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Whose Woods These Are...

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...I think I know,
His house is in the village though...
Sorry, forgot the rest, but I do remember it was by Robert Frost! Umm, I think.

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texasstar7

My pleasure, Annie, and me too!

annjax

Lazy-bug that I am, I'd rather lie on the grass in that sunny spot with my feet dangling in the moving water---and just dream away a Summer afternoon. Thanks, Tex.............

texasstar7

Wouldn't it be cool for a bunch of Jigfriends to go for a long walk here? Thanks, Elly, GNT, and Healer, good to see you!

Healer

A beautiful spot for a walk texasstar.

gnt1041

Shall I go inside ??? maybe ??? at least a peek !!!!! LOL

fanaat

Too bad, I have to go to my work now, I don't whit you for a walk now.

texasstar7

So glad you all like the scenery. When I posted this one, I didn't know I would have the snowy tree picture from my niece; it would have been a perfect poem for that one! Guess I just got them crossed. Thanks everyone, for stopping by. I love reading each and every comment!

laurajane

Let's go for a leisurely walk through this lovely woods!

anitas

Beautiful place

CelesteH

Cool picture :)

PLG1958

Thank you, TS, for transporting me there for a moment! What a wonderful spot!

Elfie

WHAT a lovely place!! Let's go for a walk!! Thanks so very much tex!!

warbler

Babbling brook with ferns and dappled sunlight, Come on, lets go!!

roseheather

... He will not see me stopping here
To watch his woods fill up with snow. ; )

Yes, it was Robert Frost.

Lovely woods, and the poem is a good one with the snowy tree from your niece -- because the poem was "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." You have it all wrapped up into one!

aggie

Lovely stream running thru, thanks Tex.

chickiemama

Beautiful woodland scene tex.

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