Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Autumn In The Ozarks

Gasconade River.

I wanted to share the changing foliage in my neck of the woods.  It's so breathtaking and gorgeous I had to show it to my faithful readers.  

 Here is a picture of Sand Stone Spring

 The start of the spring.

 Love this place!


 The colors are gorgeous.

My favorite picture, my beautiful family enjoying our surroundings.

Isn't the scenery gorgeous?  I feel truly blessed to be living in such a gorgeous part of Missouri.  I thank God for the beauty he has surrounded me with and the family I get to enjoy this beautiful land with.  I am one lucky lady.

xoxo,
Adriana

6 comments:

  1. I'm just back from my trip to the US. All I can say: I LOVE your country. There is so much too see and there are SOOOO many beautiful things in nature. Looking at your pictures makes me speechles. As an European we're used to say that Europe is 'better' than the United States. BUT forget it! You have all in one, the most incredibles beach, the 'highest' mountain and the most impressive rivers, and everything in one country! Incredible. You notice, I AM A HUGE FAN! :)

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    1. Thank you Jule! I LOVE my country too! Where did you visit? What was your favorite place? I've never been to Europe but would love to go once my daughter gets a little older. What part of Europe are you from?

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  2. We were in LA (5 days), then travelled to SFO (4 nights: Santa Barbara, Morro Bay, Carmel by the Sea and Santa Cruz. After SFO (5days) we flew to NYC (4 days)...NYC is my dream city, but I know it is not really representative for the US.
    Nevertheless SFO is very pretty and relaxed and I really enjoyed our trip along the coast. The views are spectacular. There are so many places I would like to visit in the future. But from Europe a journey like that is always fairly expensive :)
    Maybe we will travel to Florida next year...
    I'm from Germany. Germany is nice, but the weather is often unfriendly and Germany can be a little bit boring (I hope no other German reads that LOL). If I were you and I wanted to see really different places than the US I would travel to Paris or the French coast in the south. Especially Paris is extraordinary and unique (for girls and moms especially). The French people are a little bit weird and they don't like to speak English (because they are not the best in speaking other languages), but that is a part of Europe, too. The people here are not as friendly as the Americans ;) Europe is really different and I think this could be very interesting and entertaining for you...:)

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  3. That sounds like a fun trip. I've always wanted to see Germany, maybe my husband will be stationed there in the future. Florida is beautiful and has some of the best beaches and beautiful water, I hope you get to see it.

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