Thursday, April 16, 2009

theme thursday = earth

Sometimes Indiana can give the illusion
of what it must have been like when the
Native Americans lived among what's
left of the natural habitat.



the man from god knows where
Tom Russell



25 comments:

Brian Miller said...

nice walk in the woods thanks for taking us with you, coffee.

Candie Bracci said...

Really nice and peaceful.It's like I was right there too.

JGH said...

I enjoyed this walk - so peaceful. I kinda want to stay here all day, is that okay?

tony said...

Thank you for sharing your footsteps

R.L. Bourges said...

The land you show reminds me so much of the 'up North' part of my memory bank . And the sound of the birds, specially that woodpecker - you know he's going to get his lunch out of that tree, for sure.

As for the song, it's right on, as usual. Love it, both the lyrics and Russell's voice.

Thanks for taking us along. Have a great day, cm.

Wings said...

Very nice. :)

Thanks for sharing.

California Girl said...

Thank you for the song. I'll come back and view the video later.
Too many TTs to read!

Rachel Carson, good thinking.

robin andrea said...

Sure is pretty there. I liked taking that walk, real peaceful and quiet.

ArtSparker said...

There is are areas in the Point Reyes National Park (as seen on mouse medicine today) that have Native Americana preserved...a teepee sturcture on the shore accessible by a winding path being the most dramatic.

Auntie, aka Dog Girl said...

Thanks for taking us to the woods.
That little wood pecker sure is one busy critter!

Tom said...

now i'm yearning for a walk in the woods! Get out the boots, cause it'll be muddy. Yup, i heard a woodpecker.

Dakota Bear said...

Wonderful post! Thank you for the walk through the natural habitat. I love all things natural, that's why I lived in a wooded area.

The song was nice also, I had not heard it before.

Ronda Laveen said...

Loved the virtul marsh tour. Thanks.

books,coffee,etc.... said...

Hi! C.M.,
Wow!...what an experience, especially, if you listen to singer Tom Russell, and watch the video at the same time.
I must admit that I had to start the video over again!...because Tom Russell, song last 47 minutes longer.
Tks, for sharing!
Deedee ;-D

Coffee Messiah said...

dd: Thanks, I did not want to use the song over the "sounds".....I had plenty more footage but wanted to keep it short.

ronda: Thanks for coming along.

dakota: It's nice these areas, isn't it. Tom Russell is well known by many, yet not all. A strange thing since his song writing is so exceptional.

tom: But did you see it? The WP that is?

auntie: There was quite an echo from the beaver pond too. No one has noticed their work ; (

artspark: Spent many a weekend in Pt Reyes and then in Bolinas ; )

robin: Thanks ; )

cg: Thanks for stopping by .

wings: Thanks.

rlb: Thanks and you too.

tony: You'd think I weighed 200 pounds or something ; (

jgh: Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to watch.

candi: Thanks.

brian: Thank You.

Squirrel said...

It was very peaceful... Pisgah sounds so familiar to me... ??

mouse (aka kimy) said...

thanks for taking us along, I love marsh walks! unfortunately the computer I'm using doesn't have sound (how can people have computers without sound) so I have imagine bird song.... and of course totally missing out on your musical selection.

there are some wonderful hikes in indy-ana...I wonder if I've been to pisgah, name rings a bell....will have to find a map!

happy earth!!

Liza said...

I often wondered if I could have survived like them. Love the walk.

mouse (aka kimy) said...

p.s. fantastic rachel quote.... thanks

subtorp77 said...

Loved taking a walk with you, C.M. and all those sounds! So much life you can't see, only hear.

grrl+dog said...

yup...I got this post... all good!

lettuce said...

it looks very lovely
I enjoyed all the bird noises

Dot-Com said...

I live walks in the woods. Especially the breaks to drink coffee or eat snacks :-)

Coffee Messiah said...

Thanks for all your comments and for looking at the video!

Mrsupole said...

It was a wonderful walk in the woods, I enjoyed that. Thank you for sharing.

I enjoyed the music too.

God bless.