On the drive home, I reflected on how easy it is to chat with each other about a variety of topics. It took me back to the last time we got together for tea . . .
Me and my size sixes combined a road trip with a visit. Down the paved road with the camera tagging along. Watching the landscape change as familiar landmarks made their appearance. The snow encased mountains coming closer.
Finally it was time to turn off the frozen, rutted pavement and onto the comfort of gravel roads. Rutted only by use and not frozen snow.
The mountains still beckoned beyond the snow covered, harvested fields. Postcard vista material welcomed us.
Turning one more time from the well travelled track onto the road that said No Exit. Bordered by feeding cattle and round bales, the road led us to a single lane and the day's destination.
Silver Valley Ranch is home to an amazing team. A team that show case their talent through no words. A team that gives to those that is willing to let them in. That understands their language.
Today’s visit was with their team leader. The lady who has gathered her herd for the benefit of others. Tea and great conversation followed by making my camera and inner self happy. Taking pictures where the quiet envelops the thought process. Releasing the endorphin that creates happiness and peace.
For me and the size sixes this is one of those go to locations. A place that encourages the mind, soul and surroundings to follow a path of serenity.