Friday, July 21, 2006

55 for a friend

From a suggestive topic, or rather, a suggestED topic
The gorgeous jutting peaks again drew his eyes and he couldn't look away. The lovely lines were so unique in their beauty. Yes, of course there were others that looked much the same, but as any true lover can tell you, each mountain range is different, and the Grand Tetons were by far his favorite.



And the accompanying picture...



It's Friday, folks, we've made it through another week.
Hope you all have a great weekend and try not to work too hard, eh?

19 comments:

lime said...

lol, been there seen that. just so loing as the titons never meet the sawtooth, it's all good...

Sar said...

Nicely done, Logo!

Now, Mr. Clooney needs you and Doug is precariously close to earning an introduction to your laser head sharks. Hurry back, Lookout Lady Logo!

barefoot_mistress said...

Ah yes, the Grand Tetons.....funny, Mr Ratburn doesn't have names for mine!

:P

I'm being a rebel again today...our blog pals are taking up the slack..pass the lemonade while I watch.

The Village Idiot said...

Hey, I have been there! I love the grand Tetons!!!!

I knew you were talking about mounds all the time

Minka said...

Lovely 55!
Amazing mountains and I don#t say that lightly!
sorry to Esja!

Blither said...

Cheers My Dear.. Beautifully Done!

DaMasta said...

yay friday! i'm so frickin happy i could spit.

Tom & Icy said...

That is a nice photo. We could never get the hang of scenery photography very well. Yet I find it fascinating to see other people's shots.

Logophile said...

Lime~ I think SOME people just like the name.

Sar~ Thank you, thank you, I think I have everything under control


Susie~ "The girls" as I call them don't have names around here either, you rebel


Idiot~ When there is dirty thinking to be done, I will defer it to you, given your gifts in the area

Minka~ Thanks! The compliment is worth more when it is not easily earned. Those mountains are quite a bit east of here but quite lovely.

Blither~ Thank you thank you, mwah!

Damasta, darling~ Feel free, just face the other way when you do.

Tom and Icy~ I shall be completely honest and admit I did not take that photo either, it is gorgeous though. It was found by searching for photos of the Grand Tetons in Idaho.

The Grunt said...

Those are breath taking. It is nice to see them from another side.

Candace said...

Is that Brokeback Mountain I see?

weirsdo said...

You guys do know that's supposed to be a sleeping giant, don't you? Thanks for the memories. I once spent six weeks at the music festival there. I got a T-shirt, that, given my physique, was somewhat embarrassing. . . .

snavy said...

I guess " gorgeous jutting peaks" is better than "nice jugs babe." - kidding ...

Another fab-tab-u-lous 55!!

Logophile said...

Grunt~ It is a gorgeous view, it's true.

Candace~ I dunno, can you see cowboys making out?

Weirsdo~ HA HA HA, too funny, you poor woman, glad you enjoyed the memories.

Snavylyn~ Infinitely better, thanks

neva said...

after two kids, i fear my "tetons" eroded a bit, and are much more like "mole hills". sigh. GREAT 55, girlfriend!! bravo! xox

schnoodlepooh said...

Yay for the weekend. Too bad I have to work.

barefoot_mistress said...

Hey girlfriend! I cant log on to messenger! It's Saturday night.....7:30 pm, 97 degrees....it was 108 today gf, i kid you not.

Hey, I thought I lived in Northern California near the coast? What is the dang deal here anyway?

barefoot_mistress said...

Ok it better not be this hot when I get up there! Im packing my flannels!

Its 87 at 9 pm! :O

Logophile said...

Neva~ erosion is a natural part of the life cycle and just brings a new form of beauty, and REALLY good bras :p

Schnoodlepooh~ ACK, working the weekend sucks, but at least you probably have A/C at the office.

Susie~ Whinger!
snicker snicker