100 Things To Be Thankful For

23 Nov

100 Things To Be Thankful For:

  1. Aeries
  2. Animal Tracks
  3. Antlers
  4. Apple Pie Bake-Offs
  5. Aurora Borealis
  6. Autumn Colors
  7. Baby Raccoon Shenanigans
  8. Bag Pipers
  9. Bear Sightings
  10. Bearskin Trail
  11. Berry Picking
  12. Bike Rides
  13. Binoculars
  14. Birch Bark
  15. Bird Watching
  16. Boat Houses
  17. Brat Feasts
  18. Cabins
  19. Campfire Songs
  20. Camping
  21. Canning
  22. Canoeing
  23. Coming Home
  24. Cookouts
  25. Cousins
  26. Crackling Campfires
  27. Creaking Ice Noises
  28. Cross Country Skiing
  29. Diving
  30. Dragonflies
  31. Drumming It Out
  32. Eagles
  33. Echoes in the Tunnel
  34. Family
  35. Fawns
  36. Feathers
  37. Foil Dinners
  38. Fireplaces
  39. Fresh Air
  40. Friends
  41. Full Moons
  42. Gardens
  43. Generations
  44. Ghost Stories
  45. Hammocks
  46. Happy Hour Cruises
  47. Hooting Owls
  48. Hot Cocoa
  49. Ice Fishing
  50. Ice Skating
  51. Just Dropping By
  52. Lake Monitoring and Preservation
  53. Loons – birds & people
  54. Marshmallow Shooters
  55. Midnight Gallivanting
  56. Misty Mornings
  57. Napping on Docks
  58. Nature
  59. Neighbors
  60. Old Timers and Their Blue Lake Lore
  61. Parties
  62. Photographs
  63. Picnics
  64. Pig Roasts
  65. Piers
  66. Pine Boughs
  67. Pontoon Parades
  68. Quiet Snowfall
  69. Quilts
  70. Rafts on Lazy Days
  71. Rainy Day Board Games
  72. Reflections on a Glassy Lake
  73. Regenerating Forests
  74. Rock Hunting
  75. Sailboats
  76. Serenity
  77. Skinny Dippers
  78. Sledding
  79. S’mores
  80. Snorkeling
  81. Snowmen
  82. Star Gazing
  83. Sunrise Kayaking
  84. Sunsets
  85. Swamp Hikes
  86. Sweat Lodges
  87. Trail Blazing
  88. Tubing
  89. Turtles
  90. Waffle Breakfasts
  91. Wakeboarding
  92. Warm Summer Nights
  93. Water Rippling over Rocks
  94. Waterskiing
  95. Wildflowers
  96. Wintergreen
  97. Wolf Shirt Pub Crawl
  98. Wooden Boats
  99. Wood Stacks
  100. Zebra Cones at Briqs

What are you thankful for this holiday?

CORRECTION:  The double “Wood Stacks” entry has been amended to just one mention.  (Boy, I must have been glad for all the wood that was chopped and neatly stacked this summer!)

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One Response to “100 Things To Be Thankful For”

  1. T. November 23, 2011 at 5:31 am #

    I am thankful for you…that you take time to write your blog so those of us far away from our beloved Blue Lake can feel a little closer to home.

    Happy Thanksgiving

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