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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Walk and Click Wednesdays #20: Gathering Hay

It's time for Walk and Click Wednesday!

But I'm not ready. Oh my. How did it get to be Tuesday and I'm exhausted, but a good kind of exhausted. So, I'm opening the link up for you to get started without me. But please come back Wednesday evening for my image updates and good news.

Image taken December 2011

In the meantime, know that I've been gathering hay and just haven't had a chance to bundle it.

PART II: Images and Good News Update
I decided to post it as a new blog post, so please go here!

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I look forward to seeing you here for Walk and Click Wednesdays. Can't wait to see what you saw on your strolls.

Please join me in the adventure. The only "requirement" other than those below is that you go out walking and take some pictures. Please keep in mind that you don't have to walk, take pictures, process them, and post all on Wednesday ... take the weekend before to explore and a few days to process your photos ... then link up.

Walk and Click Wednesdays (WCW) Guidelines:

Are you new to Walk and Click Wednesdays? The party will open on Wednesday and close on Saturday at midnight.

Here are just a few guidelines to keep everyone on target.
  • Please link directly to your WCW blog post or the specific flickr image, not to your main blog url or flickr stream url. Please do not link to an online shop.
  • Please link back to laf Custom Designs. I'd love it if you'd share my WCW button on your blog (it's over there on the sidebar--see it?--just under the Friends Who Love It Here icons). It will also serve as a reminder to you since I know you all have a lot going on in your lives.
  • Please visit the other WCW participants and share the love. Gotta get this party goin' on.
Have a great weekend and find some time to walk and click. ;->




4 comments:

  1. Hi. It looks like a good tiredness.
    Thank you very much for sharing with you.

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  2. I love tractors!! Great photo!

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  3. I love the silhouette of the tractor against the beautiful blue sky. Thank you for hosting Walk and Click, I love walking and clicking :-)

    A newbie from pret-a-vivre with the story of the crane I met on my walks.

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I'm so glad you stopped by! Hope you'll leave a message so I know you were here. I love to hear from my visitors. ;->