Friday, April 13, 2012

Camping on the Alabama River

Hello There,

Hope everyone had a blessed Easter.

We had a great time at the camp on the Alabama River, fishing.


We had glorious weather all week-end.


So peaceful. Fishing lowers your blood pressure!


Houseboats dot the riverbank.


Of course, I spent some time on the screened porch reading my Kindle.
I downloaded a book I have wanted to read but hadn't gotten around to it.

If you have not read this yet, please do. I wept for this little girl in the book. It broke my heart, I'd say this book is every bit as good as "Winter Garden" by Kristen Hannah.

Some of my little cacti are blooming by the porch.


Back at home, back to work and back to cooking! But I finally got to make those yummy stuffed mushrooms. De-lish!
Thanks http://www.northerncottage.net/ for the recipe.

~~Have a great day~~
From me and Ms. Wilma



 


12 comments:

Tracey Steele said...

The Alabama River looks very beautiful. I am glad you had good weather.
I've just been looking at Sarah's Key. I will add that to my Kindle list.

Dorothy said...

Oh, Tracey, you won't regret reading it. It is a tear jerker, though!

Donna Heber said...

Hi Dorothy,

It looks like a wonderful place to kick back and relax! Glad you had great weather for your trip.

Dorothy said...

Thanks Donna.

Jane said...

I love your camp and surroundings! I bet your screened-in porch is sheer heaven when it's hot and the bugs are out - definitely the perfect spot to curl up with a good book :)

Dorothy said...

It is, Jane. Thanks, have a great week-end!

Denise said...

Wow, sounds great. I love to fish.

Roseanna said...

Your camp looks wonderful, I could definitely get some relaxing done there. Thank you for visiting and leaving such a nice comment, I hope you will visit again. Happy spring!

Little Susie Home Maker said...

What a beautiful river! Looks great.
Blessings,
Susie

Dorothy said...

Thanks, Denise. Hope you are feeling well.

Dorothy said...

Thanks, Roseanna. I like to visit your blog!

Dorothy said...

Thank you, Susie!