Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Sawtooth Mountain



This unique mountain top is to the northwest of our house.  The ridges resembles the tines of a saw, hence the name.  Our next door neighbors own Sawtooth Saddle.  They make beautiful and authentic western style saddles from the bottom up, all custom design and hand tooled.  

14 comments:

Esther Garvi said...

What a cool mountain and exciting view! Love it!

CountryDreaming said...

An outstanding, gorgeous landscape composition. The mountains inspire thoughts of adventurous journeying. Awesome!

Tess said...

That is a unique mountain. I'm surprised I don't remember seeing it. But, cool to see it now anyway.

Janie said...

That's such a unique mountain profile. I see it sometimes from a long way off and can tell my directions that way. (Otherwise, I'm hopeless, directionally speaking!)

Louise said...

The mountain is definitely named aptly. Very interesting!

Please be so kind to remember to put your country after your name when you link from the My World site. I fixed it for you today.

Thanks so much for sharing this unusual mountain with us!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Beautiful area.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful Loran... Your area is just breath-taking. I love seeing all of your photos from Utah... Gorgeous.
Hugs,
Betsy

Me and my puppies said...

Cool mountain but I really like your header picture.

Lisa Wilson said...

Appropriately named! You have a great view.

Anonymous said...

Don't you just LOVE Utah!!!!!!!!!!!

Tom

EcoRover said...

I can live vicarously by looking at mountains--though it's even better to get out there and scramble them.

Reader Wil said...

It's an impressive and beautiful mountain! Sawtooth Saddle! Does that mean that there's a lot of horseriding? Also something that's hardly seen here.Every body has a bike.

Cynthia said...

What an awesome view to have!

My husband's grandfather was a master saddlemaker. One of his saddles is in Robert Redford's private collection.

beerbear said...

great nature- great shoots!

do it moore!