A Pennsylvania sunrise

I love learning about and seeing the countryside from all over our great nation.  A Pinterest friend of mine has graciously shared wonderful pictures from his “neck of the woods”….the Grampian area of Clearfield County in North/Central Pennsylvania.  Tim Butler has taken awesome pictures from his country walks and has given me permission to post his pictures here on our blog.  This particular picture is so surreal and shows the serenity of God’s Glory.


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Author: tasteofcountrylife@gmail.com

Hi! I'm Deb...wife, mom, MiMi. My calling is a police officer, writing is my passion. I'm a countrified city girl, married to my countrified city boy husband, Randy. We live in the country with our youngest son and love the simple life. Join us on our journey through fields and back roads. Kick your shoes off and sit a spell....we're all neighbors out here!

7 thoughts on “A Pennsylvania sunrise”

  1. Hey Deb!!!

    Thank you for the mention and posting the pic!! It looks pretty good on here, doesn’t it? lol That was the day after we sent five of the herd to the butcher. I helped my step-father and the butcher load up two of the steer that were really being obstinate. It took us over an hour and a half to get those two on!! We are now down to four until we get some replacements.

    1. Tim,
      Thank YOU for the wonderful pictures! You give such a great contribution with your pictures. I love seeing how country living is from different areas around our nation! I love that your farm is self-sufficient with your cattle and yes, they can be stubborn critters, can’t they? Always restocking the stock!!! Keep those great pictures coming! Pennsylvania is a beautiful state.

      Take care,

    1. Hi Jennifer!
      Thank you for stopping by. A Pinterest friend of mine sends me pictures he takes of his Pennsylvania farm and surrounding areas. Tim is a wonderful photographer and captures “the perfect moment” often. I hope you enjoy the other pages as well. My blog is new and I’m slowly but surely adding to it.

      Take care and I hope to see you again soon!

  2. Ann and Deb,

    Pennsylvania certainly can be beautiful, especially in the winter. I lived in the Poconos for a little over a year and had to work over Christmas when we got one of those “3 footers.” You know, a 3 foot snowfall. That was beautiful, but a pain having to work in. lol


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