My New Facebook Cover Photo: Caribous Crossing the Street

For those of you who aren’t friends with me on Facebook, you may have missed this cool new photo I just added!  It was taken by Birch Leaf Photography and is just one of the many reasons I love Alaska!

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  • Georgia

    I LOVE that photo, too!

  • Charichad

    So incredible! Gods perfect creation.

  • David

    I like the photo, Bristol.

  • NanaJ

    LOVE IT.

  • Daryl

    Hey bristol whatsup today is my birthday guess how old i am?

  • Curt Wilson

    It’s beautiful and made me smile this morning.

  • Leona

    I look at this beautiful picture and felt God’s presence through it. Amazing and awesome God we have, took Him only 6 days to create this breathtaking beauty. All glory to His Name!

  • melory

    You post the most beautiful pictures!
    Bristol I would like to bring this video to your mom’s attention – I have posted it under an older thread, but want to post it here to make sure she sees it – apologies for posting it here, but I thought your mom would be interested:

    “NARAL: Getting an abortion is just like getting a haircut. The pro-abortion group NARAL has just launched a bizarre new video that equates abortion with getting a haircut, picking out a sweater, going for a jog or chewing gum – which are all, according to NARAL, things that a woman can “choose to do with her body.”

    All this by way of introduction to their new “Choice Out Loud” campaign, or as they like to say, “experience.”

    Too bad the murdered babies don’t have a say in what to do with their bodies. The morality of America continues its trip to hell in a hand basket.”
    From a website called Rat is Right.

  • Barbara Landi

    Hate to be “teacher” but there is no “S” at the end of the plural “caribou” Same goes for plural of moose, deer, sheep, etc.
    Love the photo, and you & your family though Bristol!

    • MiddleRoader

      Actually, caribou is the standard preferred plural, but caribous is also acceptable. (If you’re a teacher, then yeah, teach the preferred version.)

  • Melissa Ortiz (@DCBelleonWheels)