« Wordless Wednesday | Main

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d83452034969e20105362ba730970b

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Fare thee well:

Comments

Alissa

awwww....

I'm glad you're not leaving completely, though...

Beth

Well, it kind of makes me sad, too. After all, this is the blog I first discovered you on, when you were still living in Raleigh. But I'm so glad you're still in the blogosphere at Mountain Mama, and I do hope that you will put some of Blue Ridge Dreaming in a book. It deserves no less.

And, of course, it goes without saying that I'll keep reading as long as you keep writing! You are a wonderful writer---and a very gifted photographer.

Pat

This is where I found you too. So...this blog will still be here?

Siria

Wesley, I will miss you at Blue Ridge Dreaming since this is where I first found you, but I will continue to follow your lovely writing and photography on Mountain Mama. Whenever I think about the Blue Ridge mountains and start day dreaming...it will always bring thoughts of you and this lovely blog! Good luck....

The comments to this entry are closed.

Favorite Quotes

  • "Only by understanding where I live can I learn how to live." Scott Russell Sanders, Staying Put
  • "I live my life in growing orbits, Which move out over the things of the world." Ranier Maria Rilke, The Book of Hours
  • "Most of all nature is reflected in our capacity for wonder. Nasci. To be born." Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods
  • "It is a grand long view. The river and valley, and then coves and blue ridges heaved up and ragged to the limits of eyesight." Charles Frazier, thirteen moons
  • "A conscientious journal keeper is really the natural historian of his own life." Verlyn Klinkenborg, The Rural Life
  • " You could build your own life on the observation of it." Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain
  • "...the view stretched on and on across rows of blue mountains, each paler than the last until the final ranks were indistinguishable from sky. It was as if all the world might be composed of nothing but valley and ridge." Charles Frazier, Cold Mountain

Blog powered by Typepad