Break time! I’m sitting in the woods having lunch and admiring the sights and sounds offered by Mother Nature.
I eat my lunch, and I get to enjoy nature’s concert firsthand.
The breeze is gently blowing. The fallen leaves crackle as they blow across her floor. The pine needles rustle, and the aspens play!
The aspens play with each gentle gust. I hear different drumming as the dried old standing trees bump against one another. There are high tones and low tones. Some are knocking, and some are rattling. Then the ones leaning, not yet fallen, begin to rub. They play the tone of a moaning trombone.
The breeze settles and then I hear it coming again. I can hear it way down the valley. It sounds like the gentle rolling of the river and then it nears an I get to hear the next song begin.
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2 Replies to “Music of the Mountains Elk Hunting | Mia’s Motivations”
LOL-ing! First post via my BlackBerry! I’ll try for more next time! 😉
Now, back to chasing bulls!
“The hills are alive!” Felt like I was there!
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