Friday, July 2, 2010

America The Beautiful Fourth of July Holiday Postcard Friendship Friday

Happy Fourth of July
The background is a quilted flag wallhanging I made.  What better way to celebrate the Fourth is to appreciate the beauty of the United States.  This postcard shows the Teton Range across Jackson Lake in Wyoming.  Jackson Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Wyoming.  From near the town of Moran the visitor beholds the entire northern part of the Teton Range with Mt. Moran here rising to 12,594 feet above sea level.
The sponsor of PFF  Check out to see what other postcard collectors are sharing.

11 comments:

viridian said...

happy Independence Day to you too. My pot this week is on a nother National park - Yosemite. Happy PFF!

Bob of Holland said...

Happy PFF. America is beautiful and your wallhanging is so too. I do hope to visit your country later this month.

Linda said...

Lovely wallhanging and postcard combo!

Paula said...

What a commemorative post! Those mountains are so lovely ... are they not? Happy Friday, and a blessed and blissful 4th to you! :))

Snap said...

America the Beautiful! Perfect! Happy PFF!

Sheila said...

Superb view and a really wonderful wall hanging!

Joy said...

Love the wall hanging and card. Love the Teton range, the US stamp featuring them is rather fine as well.

Mary said...

I think the Jackson Hole area might be among the most beautiful spots in the country. Although there are many many of them....

Happy 4th! Be sure to sing "I'm a Yankee Doodle Dandy" sometime over the weekend!

Postcardy said...

Happy PFF! I have a couple of national parks this week, but they don't have any scenery.

Dorincard said...

Yes, somebody enjoyed naming those mountains...double happiness...
Your blog is interesting, and so is your current lifestyle, RVing and all.
:)

nancy huggins said...

I really like the way you made a back drop for the post card..Good job Judy...Hope you had a nice 4th. We just hung out around the house (to hot to do much else) and Billy went and got me some more boxes behind the dollar tree and makes it nice to know that I am getting closer to moving with every box I pack. :)

Search This Blog

Blog Archive