Kimberly J Tilley

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Fab 14 from 2014

First, we brought home a new bunny recently. He was another bunny discarded because a girl out grew interest in her gift. He was named Sven; yes after the reindeer on Frozen. He likes to hold his ears out to the side. If he was more white, his name would have been Olaf. lol

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Sven the bunny. (C) 2014 Kimberly J Tilley.

Our dog and cat took better to him than when we brought Grayson home. He is a curious bunny that goes non-stop. He needs some training tho. He likes to jump into the flower pots that are on the floor and dig, so he now has a designated area in a dirt patch outside to release his energy.

I have gone through and picked a few of my favorite photographs that I took this year to showcase in this post. I haven’t been able to do much work this year due to the move, house issues, and right now I am currently fighting a pain in my dominant hand. I have no idea why it hurts, but I cannot wait for it to heal and to be pain free.

Here are my best picks of 2014. I was grateful that there were less photographs to review this year than previous years. A post like this will not be regular. Enjoy viewing the gallery.

Have a Safe and Happy New Year celebration! Here’s to a great 2015! 🙂 CHEERS!

Snow & Ice

Last Sunday we went up north to see the snow sculpting contest, which is held yearly at Black Mountain in Jackson N.H..  The sculptures are always interesting to see and sometimes fun to try and figure out.  It was very chilly so we didn’t stay long.

For more info on the event and to see the  winners, visit www.jacksonnh.com

Next stop was at Loon Mountain ski resort. We ventured in and around the ice castle that was created. It was interesting. We would of liked to stay long enough for the sun to go down so we could see it lit up, but it was very cold out and we had to be elsewhere that night.

The icicle shapes were interesting to see. I liked that there were little hidden treasures to be found in the design of the walls. They made a tunnel slide for the kids…. but even the big kids at heart enjoyed the slide.

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Visit the Loon Mountain website for event information.