Friday, February 6, 2015

North County Equestrian Park

There is not much light on cloudy days here but just a bit of blue sky to the east over the mountains. The building on the left on the hill is part of the equestrian park; below is a playground for the kids.

This was taken in American Fork, Utah. Out little towns here in Utah blend together so that you never know when you have left one town and are in another one.

Part of the equestrian park and so many fences you can't tell where one takes off and another starts. Looking west.

Still in the equestrian park looking southwest.'

While everyone else is still having winter, we seem to be going into spring with 60 degree weather.  We are in a drought here and need more snow in our mountains.

Linking to Good Fences, take a look there is such a variety. Weekend Reflections

Reflections of our town - mountains and blue sky.  The old and the new:

Linking to Friday My Town Shoot Out


Karen S. said...

Ah what a cool old car, reminds me of Bonnie and Clyde! It has been a strange winter for so many, and it goes from is going to be spring this week to down right frozen tundras in my world too! We just had a bunch of snow, blowing cold Brrrr! winds and now they say 31 and freezing rain! But warming more after that! Yikes!

TexWisGirl said...

really like that entrance with the mountain views!

facile et beau - Gusta said...

The view is amazing .Especially the mountains.
Greetings from Germany

Margaret Adamson said...

Boy I love that old car. great reflection in water and car windows. Have a great weekend.

Fun60 said...

That's a beautiful car and creates some lovely reflections.

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

60 degrees meaning spring is coming?

That antique car must be worth a lot of money.

Ginny said...

Beautiful sky and mountains both! Is that water a pond? A swimming pool? I love the snow capped mountains!

Cloudia said...

isn't that a 1939 Cadillac?

ALOHA from Honolulu

Carola Bartz said...

We seem to be in the same boat - we have a drought here as well (So the boat won't get anywhere I'm afraid). However, it's raining cats and dogs today, and the storm is said to stay around until Tuesday, hopefully it will put a dent into the drought!

NatureFootstep said...

love that nature. So beautiful. And gorgeous sky reflections :)

".E." Lizard Breath Speaks, It's Beth said...

gorgeous mtn shot. lovely view. i love the old car. have a nice weekend!! ( :

Audrey said...

joli coups d oeil ;o)

Linda Kay said...

Ruth, great pictures of the mountains behind the fence and gate. Have a great weekend.

Barb said...

I'm surprised by the lack of snow in UT. I wonder how the ski resorts are doing? It's sure busy with tourists here in Summit County, CO.

orvokki said...

I like to watch your landscape (maybe I have told it before.. :). It's so different.
Have a nice weekend, Ruth.

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Don't the mountains beckon? That's a smashing old car - beautiful condition.

♥ Łucja-Maria ♥ said...

Hello Ruth
after a long break.
As usual, you present fantastic photos and wonderful scenery.
Greetings from Polish.

Chandra said...

Hi Ruth,
Lovely fences and reflections.
The vintage car is lovely too.
Glad you're enjoying the 60s.
We have had a few nice warm days here as well.
Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)

John's Island said...

Love that old car! It's even older than me! :-) Thanks for sharing.

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