Hello Fellow Readers,
The Press publishes a pictorial issue during Christmas week – few written words, simply photo highlights from their year of publication. While I enjoyed the deadline respite, I couldn’t let the week go by without posting for my followers online (Thank you for being my faithful readers!).
I thought you’d enjoy the view of Catfish Pond, Camp Mohican in Blairstown NJ, on Christmas Day. A day we woke to an inch of frosting not predicted. What a glorious surprise! The frigid temps added to the frosty feeling. Some of you know about my passion for the briskness of frozen nose hairs and squeaking snow, especially while grabbing a glide on cross country skis. While not enough snow to ski, there was plenty to relish.
As I glanced over to Ellie exploring the coast of Catfish, I noticed enchanting formations on the frozen lake. I looked more closely and saw in the etchings what looked to be an island of trees. A magical landscape.
The miracles of nature.
Peace amongst the trees…
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