My baby is six months old. In her short life she has already lived in two small mountain towns and in three houses. Mama’s always harping, “You have kids now, when are you going to settle down. For crissake’s they need STABILITY!” Hey, it’s her gypsy blood in the family; not my husband’s nor my father’s, so I think she could be a bit more embracing of her roots! So here are pictures of views from our last three places of residence. We may be tirelessly on the move but God’s never depriving us of natural beauty!
Looking south from town towards Wahatoya, the west peak of two towering summits. In the Ute language, Wahatoya means “breasts of the earth.” A good location to be nourishing my babies with breast milk!
This post is in response to the prompt: One, Two, Three!“>One, Two, Three!