Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Happy Spring from North Carolina

Friday, September 23, 2016

Flower Friday and extra



 While the peeps were away last week they saw some purrty flowers

 Sunflowers standing proudly in West Jefferson




 Butterfly bush in their friend's backyard and a buttie pillar too!!
 Gorgeous mushrooms in their friend's yard
 Elephant ears in a planter in West Jefferson


They visited 
Pilot Mountain State park click on the link to read all about it.
The peeps have seen it from a distance for many years...this was their first visit


And as luck would have it the day they visited Park Rangers were having a....
and they were seeing all kinds of Hawks and other raptors
Mom loved all the shades of green she saw down in Yadkin Valley



Blooming peeps!!
Blooming Friends..Gary and Sally
Mom and Sally have been friends since they were 12 years old...
That was  55 years ago MOLMOLMOL
See that is why I call her TOGM


As you can see, it was a beautiful day at Pilot Mountain.....elevation was a tad over 2,241 feet

No blog post of mine is complete without a picture of the star


31 comments:

  1. Those mountain areas remind me of our Blue Mountain.
    A hawk watch would be fun.
    Merle...........

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  2. What a beautiful place and the flowers are stunning. Great to see the Buttie Pillars as well, they haf been in very short supply over here this year, such a shame.
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  3. Hi Madi,
    Gail and I are very envious of your peeps' excursion to Pilot Mountain with their old friends - it looks a great place to go exploring and raptor spotting. Who knows, if my trip to Switzerland goes well, I might one day be allowed to venture even further afield....(Gail says "in your dreams Bertie"!)
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  4. How cool that your humans got to participate in the hawk watch! Pilot mountain looks like a gorgeous place. Thank you for sharing the photos. The head peep is putting it on her want-to-visit list.

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  5. We would love to watch hawks! That is an amazing long time to know someone. Lady's grandmother never liked the term old friend, she preferred - a long standing friend!

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  6. Wow, those are some mighty fine photos. What fun to visit Pilot Mountain. Such good views. That was fun seeing all that.

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  7. I love rocks, I love sunflowers, I love mushrooms and mountains. wow.. what a day you had.. I would have loved it to

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  8. Love the pics! Great fun with great friends. I know you and Dad had a blast.
    Have a happy weekend.

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  9. wow how wonderful that they could watch the hawks... it's a little like flying with them and enjoying freedom for a moments... what wonderful berds :O)

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  10. I love the mountains. Friends are the best. Your Mom and Dad packed a lot into that time away. That elephant ear planter is gorgeous! We have lots of "buttie pillars" at our butterfly bushes in late September, they must be cruising through!

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  11. Hari Om
    As my pal Merle says, these scenes are very similar to those you would find in OZs Blue Mountains - except the rock there tends more to the reddish, yellowish hues. The scenery is outstanding - and bonus on the hawks! hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  12. WHEW....thank COD there was a photo of YOU!!! Beautiful pics (especially YOURS)

    Hugs, your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  13. Gorgeous flowers, plants and park! Hope your peeps didn't get nose bleeds all of the way up there at 2,241 feet. BOL
    Yes, Madi you atre a star!
    Nose taps and hugs,
    Molly and Kathy

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  14. We came back to say that Mom ALWAYS stays till the very end of credits at movies....you can miss a lot of good stuff if you leave right away!!!!

    Hugs, your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  15. Wow! We loved seeing the beautiful flowers and the sights from Pilot Mountain!

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  16. Well, we're sure glad you remembered who is the star of the show!!!
    Beautiful flowers - and of course we love the sunflower bestest of all! Mom would have loved that raptor watch!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  17. Beautiful place to visit - how cool to see the hawks and raptors. We get hawks flying around our place.
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  18. I saw sunflowers on my holiday as well. But every time it was Mara's sister's turn to drive and she didn't want to stop! She said we couldn't stop on the motorway! But they were as lovely as yours!

    Brom (currently in Germany)

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  19. What beautiful photos Madi! BUTT of course you are the star. It must be wonderful to have been friends for so long! Mom has a friend from almost that long but now they just click on Facebook at each other.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  20. hold de fone... mayo..... hot sauce.... & peperz...what de be jezuz ...due we EVEN knead ta say...WHY....

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  21. Very pretty flowers and plants! That is a gorgeous mountain, too! Thank you for sharing these photos!

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  22. Those are lovely views of and around the mountain.

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  23. Beautiful photos. You shouldn't be telling your mom's age Madi, she feeds you :)

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  24. That sure is some pretty scenery sweet Madi!!!

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  25. Our mom has a lavender Butterfly Bush at the top of her list! She loves that color! What a fun trip for the peeps☺

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  26. Wow..pretty flowers, pretty mountains, pretty peeps and the star of the show...pretty Madi!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  27. Gorgeous pictures of the flowers and the view! Thank you for sharing!

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  28. That sure is a great view from up so high. Sounds like your pawrents had a great time on their trip.

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