Waning Moon—Monday, March 9, 2015

Over-the-plateauThe moon is starting to morph into a different look, not as full, coming up later in the evening and much later in the day.

Dead-Man's-LandIt’s still really beautiful.  The early dawn gave the moon a slight pink shade as it slid under the rim of the Uncompahgre Plateau.  (Un-come-pah-gray—-accent on the pah.)

You can see more of the houses on the flat lands just before their ground drops off into Robideaux Canyon…you can also see the edge of our mesa (and farm) at the end of the corn field.

It’s up there clear above the snow packed slick canyon walls Mr. Davis and his daughter’s cows will spend their summer days.

Off now to go work in the old coal room.  Soon it will become a much different room. (Terry and I hope).  If we don’t go down there, we will start hauling dirt to build ditches with and to level out some of the fields.  Seems like we have way too much stuff to do right now.

Hope your day is a good one!

Your Friend,






12 thoughts on “Waning Moon—Monday, March 9, 2015

  1. Beautiful moon! You know, in the distance I can see Mt Baker in Washington state, and, on some days, Mt Baker seems to advance about a 100 miles towards me. Just like the moon. 😀

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  2. It’s so nice to have the moon out there to remind us of the passing of time. Even though we can see it almost every night and mot mornings and evenings, the weather and the seasons give it so much beauty.


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