I decided to start joining Watery Wednesday last week because it gives me incentive to search through my stash of old photos. Here's a shot taken in June of 1980 as my husband and I were hiking around Bear Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. That's Hallett Peak in the background. Sorry, I couldn't get that spot on top to disappear in Photoshop and didn't want to crop out the photo's edges. It was taken with a Kodak Instamatic camera I bought when we got married. (The photos in yesterday's post were taken with a Kodak Hawkeye camera I received for Christmas one year when I was a kid. Those are square in shape while this one is slightly rectangular.)
We took this trip to Colorado shortly after my graduation from LPN school and before I started my job at a hospital. We actually took trips back then in the days before my husband became the sole operator of our dairy farm. Want to be tied to home? Get a herd of cows!
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