We take care of the land...it takes care of us.

We're just a couple of country dwellers......

that love nature, hunting, fishing, gardening, campfires, crafting, cooking, canning, laughter and living!!

Ya just never know what I'll blog about next...

So visit us often!

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Toboggans and Trucks

Ever wished for a real Christmas in the country?

You can share one with us!

When I was a kid, Dad would pull the toboggan
 behind his old truck out in the pasture.
That was an unforgettable sledding experience.

What is one of your favorite winter memories?

Happy Holidays!!

It's Mosaic Monday, and I'm linking with Mary's Little Red House.
Thanks for hosting Mary!


Dishesdone said...

What a beautiful country life, enjoyed your mosaic and pictures!

A Garden of Threads said...

Beautiful area, you are very lucky. The photos are fabulous.

Verde Farm said...

Beautiful mosaics this week. Love them and that tree farm sign-awesome. My favorite winter memory-hmm, that is a tough one. I would have to say snowmobiling at night with my family at Snowshoe in Canaan Valley, WV. It was absolutely beautiful and we had a great time. :)

Ryan said...

Nice pics as usual. Love the old truck.

The Average Joe Fisherman

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

So pretty.

Vee said...

Lovely, delightful mosaic. Your dad was smart pulling the toboggan along in a field. Mine took us out over unplowed roads uphill and down...yikes! Down was very exciting and it's still one of my favorite memories even if we did nearly all get killed.

Karen said...

Lisa, you have got the art of mosaic making down to a science! I am in awe of your talents. Trying to make my Christmas card mosaic is like pulling teeth, I kept thinking of your mosaics and how beautiful they are. You've inspired me to keep trying until I get it right.

What a neat memory of tobogganing behind a truck. Mine is a bit different (more smelly) as my dad would hook my sled behind the manure spreader after cleaning barn on his way to spread the manure in the field and tow me down the road behind it...if you've never followed a manure spreader at close range, you probably don't understand the 'experience'...but it was fun, sort of. LOL

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous mosaics! So peaceful.

Sall's Country Life said...

Thanks all, for your kind comments...wouldn't it be fun to have you all over for a tour and lunch! I created this post with a certain photo in mind (the inspiration photo), then come to find it was not where I thought it was. Regretfully, I published the post without it, then spent the night tossing and turning, bugged about losing an old photo! This morning I turned the house upside down and finally found it! So after re-publishing twice, now my post is complete with inspirational photos, and now I can sleep. Ughhh, the traumas of a blogger! Hah!
to Karen: so funny about being pulled behind the manure spreader!! We too hit our share of fresh cow pies out in the pasture! Oh to be a naive kid again!

Life Images by Jill said...

what a beautiful mosaic of your country life at Christmas. May your Christmas be spent in the company of those you love.