a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Thursday's Things In A Row...

Stone County and Izard County
With White River in between
I sat on Stone County Side
Just enjoying the scene.
 
Across the bridge is the town of Guion
Whose business is sand mines
Here is where my life began
With my darling Tractor Man.
No bridge then only a ferry
Drive your car on and motor across
If the water was too high or too low
Turn around and find another way to go.
 
This week you have to find my rows
Kinda like hide-n-seek
Go visit Pat
and take a peek. 


16 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Good Morning, beautiful pictures, always love to see the water, so pretty. Blessings Francine.

Country Gal said...

Wonderful photos !

Sandy said...

So this is the place where you and Tractor Man began your life together!!! I love the pictures
:-)

Irene said...

A nice and mellow post with good photos. You must have had a good start to the day and wanted to share your good vibes with us. xox

Sandra said...

so if there is a market for SAND we will be rich, our back yard is all black sand, which makes black dust, which coats everything we have... wonder how much black dirt is worth?

Farm Girl said...

I like the hide and seek part, I went back and found them. I always have enjoyed hidden pictures. Have a nice day.

TexWisGirl said...

love the deep blues in the top photo.

Pat said...

Your photo looks so peaceful. There weren't any snakes lurking around were there? ha ha

Terri Buster said...

Nice shots of a beautiful river!

Sue said...

Here is where my life began
With my darling Tractor Man.

Love that little couplet.

=)

B. WHITTINGTON said...

Beautiful place where you live. Love the poem. I too am married to what I call a tractor man. He loves the title.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Kindle reading app is free at Kindle at Amazon. I downloaded it which takes seconds and used it quite a bit to get free books til I got a Kindle. Tell anyone you know that my book will be free on Sept. 15. So appreciate. Would love to give away lots of books.
Thanks for sharing. Barb

B. WHITTINGTON said...

Beautiful place where you live. Love the poem. I too am married to what I call a tractor man. He loves the title.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
Kindle reading app is free at Kindle at Amazon. I downloaded it which takes seconds and used it quite a bit to get free books til I got a Kindle. Tell anyone you know that my book will be free on Sept. 15. So appreciate. Would love to give away lots of books.
Thanks for sharing. Barb

The Golden Eagle said...

Beautiful photographs! It looks like a wonderful location.

SquirrelQueen said...

I love your view of the bridge and river. And of course I always enjoy your rhymes.

Sand mines? I had never thought about it but I guess there is a need for cement, glass, etc. Interesting!

LindaG said...

You do like your poems. :o)

Wonderful scenery. Great post.
Have a wonderful weekend!

Jim said...

Hi Gail ~~ This is beautiful country that you are living in!!!
I remember coming down southeast from Mountain home and coming around the corner and there was an old, but operating, COUNTRY STORE on a corner.
Is it near you and if so is it still open for business?
..

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