Friday Randoms



A scenic spot on the trail, about halfway to the top of Pine Mountain.  


If you like the creepiness of the Halloween season, then you will surely enjoy reading about the most haunted items sold on eBay.  


Bob Dylan gets some recognition, in a big way.


Everyone needs this charming Mason Jar art in their kitchen.  


Leaving you with some Ricky Skaggs for the weekend.  I had the pleasure of seeing him in an intimate concert setting just last night.  What a great talent.


Linking up with Tanya today.




Comments

  1. #1 Duck!
    #2 I'll pass!
    #3 That's Positively Forth Street!
    #4 They do?
    #5 Good picker!

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  2. That is a beautiful spot! Have a great weekend♥

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  3. Love the Y'all Jar! :-) Have a great weekend!

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  4. Beautiful shot of Pine Mountain.. couldn't agree more re Bob Dylan, excellent decision. Hoping we don't get any of those scary clowns on Halloween, will freak Aimee right out! Happy weekend Michelle ��

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  5. I would love to walk on that trail. have a good weekend

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    1. Felicia, it was one, steep trail! Whew!

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  6. A beautiful scene for the day, Michelle!

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  7. A well worn formation from people stooping under it looks

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  8. That is a really neat trail.. love it. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  9. Beautiful! And thanks but no thanks. I've already got a haunted doll... I have a Chrissy doll that I've just been told it's hair grows magically because it's possessed... The things you learn on FB!

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    1. McVal, I would have to get rid of that doll!

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  10. Alway did love the songs by Dylan not the singing so much.
    Merle.............

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    1. Merle, I couldn't agree more. I always liked the songs, but not his voice.

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  11. Creepy items on eBay. That sounds worth reading about.

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  12. OOO, one of our little grandgirls, DEEDS, 14, loves Bob Dylan so much and worked her fanny off, raising money for FRONT ROW SEAT when he was SUPPOSED to be here in Lubbock. Well, he cancelled the show and I'm sure it was because of low ticket sales..(that's usually the reason to back out)...she was just crushed..so now, I want to slap him...(not really) it happens.

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  13. What a beautiful spot. I'd love to walk there.
    I heard about Bob Dylan - I'm not sure about that! :)
    I love Etsy shops.
    Good sounds from Ricky.

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  14. Lovely view indeed! That's quite the picking from Ricky Scaggs. Neat that you just got to see him in person!

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  15. Yes to Dylan! I am a fan of his writing. He is so deserving of this.
    Great randoms, Michelle.

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  16. Pine Mputain looks like a lovely place to walk Michelle

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  17. Pretty scene...but those aren't pines!

    Anatidaephobia: The fear that somewhere, somehow a duck is watching you.
    ~

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  18. We have a trail in the Silver Springs State Park leading to the Silver River where you can see a scene almost identical to this. NIce!

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  19. Lovely spot! I look forward to seeing more of these types of scenes after we move! Hope you have an awesome weekend!

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  20. I am a big Bob Dylan fan. I even like his new music when his voice sounds like he gargled with whiskey and broken glass.

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  21. Looks like a fine place for a hike. Bravo, Nobel Committee for recognizing Bob Dylan.

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