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Saturday, January 23, 2010

Shadow Shot Sunday ~ #88 ~ #3 for me!

This top photo is my shadow shot. It was taken inside a Meadowlark log home built by the Amish in Libby, Montana. They use this log home as their headquarters. Whenever I go there I stop in so I can relax on one of the willow rockers and enjoy the view.
This is an outside shot of the Meadowlark Headquarters. An Amish teenager did the stonework steps!!
Farm to Market Store is one of my favorite places to get groceries --- and goodies. The Amish ladies always have fresh, delicious pastries, cookies and breads for sale here and I never go home without at least a couple different kinds. Yum.
This is my goofy husband, Patrick, at our own Meadowlark log cabin. If you look closely you can see our Welsh Terrier, Hootie, looking out the bay window.

Wow, this is my third SSS. I hope to visit as many of the other participants as I can today (Saturday here in Arizona) and tomorrow. There are some really great photographers out there. If you would like to see more, please go visit Hey Harriet. Happy Shadow Shot Sunday!! love, Cassie

25 comments:

Jen said...

Oh the sun does shine in the Farrrrr North of Idaho!
love the shadows on the logs!

Sylvia K said...

Beautiful shadow shots, Cassie, and I do love those blue skies! I lived in Montana for 16 years and loved it! The Meadowlark looks like a great place to stay! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sylvia

Spiderdama said...

Looks like a really nice place! And great shadow:-)

Just like Martha said...

Welcome to SSS - you sound like you are already hooked! These cabin shots are fantastic, looks like a very nice part of the world...by the way love the dog peeking thru the window, didn't want to be left out!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous photos.

My shadow shots

simchieinspires said...

Hope you're enjoying your 3 times with us old players at Tracy's meme.

It's cool,right? It seems you have a wonderful time with lots of sunlight.

Have a happy SS...
xoxo

Joops said...

I am dreaming of a log cabin.

My Mugs shadows

Stine in Ontario said...

Wow! A dream home!

Dorothy said...

Nice shadow shot! I must be fun to live in a log cabin in IDAHO!

Busy Bee Suz said...

these are all so great Cassie. I love the last photo...Patrick is triumphant about something. :0

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful cabin, Cassie... I'd give my right arm (and probably a couple of legs) to have a log cabin somewhere. WOW!

Hugs,
Betsy

Hey Harriet said...

What a gorgeous part of the world you've shared. Those log cabins are beautiful! I'm jealous. I want to live in a lovely log cabin! I was also drooling a little bit at the mention of all those baked goodies. The last photo of your goofy hubby and Hootie made me smile. I'm thinking goofy hubby is excited to discover you've arrived home with tasty treats :D

Daisy said...

Great pictures, Cassie. I love those stonework steps! :)

Paula Scott said...

Ain't it fun, this Shadow Shot thing?
Thanks for taking us with you on your Shadow quest!

Birgitta said...

Great shadow pictures!

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frayedattheedge said...

Thanks for stopping by! I love your photos - what a lovely room to sit in and rest for a while. Regards Anne

Patti said...

That's a lovely log home! Nice interior shadows.
I've never been in your neck of the woods. It looks beautiful. I didn't know the Amish lived in Montana.

Interesting post, Cassie.
Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Rocky Creek Scotties and Java said...

Cassie,

These are great photos - but I just love the one of "He-Man" on your balcony.

Lynn

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely buildings, lovely shadows...

Sweet Repose said...

We have a wonderful Amish store nearby, I love to go there weekly and buy in bulk, what a beautiful cabin filled with happy sunshine!

Ralph said...

The stunning Northwest, nature's beauty at its finest (the term "Big Sky' is truly deserved!)

The big windows, lots of sun and big shadows looks comfortable, indeed! We don't see log buildings in New England, but these are massive looking yet delicate too. As for the amish, we purchased what is known as 'Amish" Gorgonzola cheese, so creamy and fresh that you don't necessarily have to go to Italy to find better...

Tammy said...

The Meadowlark looks like a beautiful place and the shadows you captured are amazing!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

welcoming cabin,
logs glowing with sunny warmth
a place to unwind

Beverley Baird said...

Great photos - what lovely buildings!
Great shadows as well!

LDH said...

Love your Shadow Shot in the log cabin! I am familiar with the Amish of Lancaster PA. Enjoyed seeing all of your pictures!