Nature Walkabout With Coffee

CaptureMy Featured Blogger this week is Gary Fultz, a northern Minnesota-based writer/photographer (brrrrr). Gary is an avid outdoorsman, storyteller, and public speaker who “loves God, family, and total strangers.” He maintains a devotional blog, as well, and I’m delighted to follow both. Why? Because his writing, along with his stunning photography, is engaging, down-to-earth, and peppered with insights. So pour another cuppa joe and enjoy!


View from our front picture window. You can’s see the cold.

I take a sip of coffee and look out the front window.

I am at the bottom of the hot chocolate can and the coffee bean bag indicator is sitting on E. Nursing a painful neck injury has made me participate in the winter sport of drinking a hot beverage while watchingthe outside world through our windows. Even though nature’s winter has been -15 to -35 below zero Fahrenheit for the last week and the wind chills have reached -70 I want to participate, kind of. The smart people on TV say this will continue another few days. Then spring, yea!

A young fawn often walks the perimeter.

For now I am relegated to peering out windows and thinking strange, or at least new thoughts. Being I have the camera handy I put my coffee down and capture…

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About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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6 Responses to Nature Walkabout With Coffee

  1. Gary Fultz says:

    I am honored and humbled at your words Mitch, Thanks so much.

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  2. revruss1220 says:

    Great stuff! I loved the pictures and the writing. I had to re-read the line that talked about -15 to -35 degree temps, but sure enough… that’s what it said. Thanks, Mitch.

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  3. Rocky says:

    I enjoy Gary’s ramblings also.

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  4. Ron Bouchard says:

    Hey Mitch,
    Gary is such a blessing to me! I’m so glad that you brought others to enjoy his posts! More importantly, he is a caring and loving man that has glorified Jesus by his life. He has been a blessing to me.
    Thanks for your post Mitch!

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