Monthly Archives: September 2010

Scenic Sunday II…a few more pictures

We went for another ride in the area today and snapped a few more pictures of the fall colors. the nice part of a small town is that these scenes are only a five to ten minute drive from our … Continue reading

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Scenic Sunday…Welcome to fall…

Fall has arrived here in the Black Hills and color is everywhere. We do not have the reds that many of you have because we have very few Oaks and Maples. What we do have is yellow and gold because … Continue reading

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Something wicked this way comes…

Well at least something with designs on our plantings…and it is way bigger than Bambi…

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Is this a clue or not???

Let it not be said that Buddy can not communicate to his servants…      

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Happy Birthday to Kathy…a day late…

  Happy Birthday Kathy          This is a belated birthday post because her birthday was 9/17/2010.   We went camping at Wind Cave National Park on Friday and had planned to spend the whole weekend there, but due to a wet, … Continue reading

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Path of destruction…A night of pillaging…

We awoke this morning to discover that we had night-time visitors and not the nice kind like Santa Claus, but more like the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Our visitors were male deer and they were not the cute and cuddly kind like Bambi. … Continue reading

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Spiritual Pathway…

We have a new place in our area for walks and contemplation. It is a few miles out of town and is privately owned. Even though it is privately owned it is free and open to the public from dawn to … Continue reading

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Are fresh veggies worth it…

I have spent a good part of today working on covering tomato, squash and tomatillo plants in an effort to assure that we have some before the season is over. Our tomatoes are still green and the tomatillos are still flowering. You might ask why … Continue reading

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Back in time…

This weekend is the end of the Miles City, MT to Deadwood, SD trail ride. This route was first used in 1876 and is being recreated to honor the spirit of the early travelers in this part of the country. … Continue reading

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Chubby Chipmunk…

The Chubby Chipmunk is not a four-legged animal, but a great handmade chocolate store and yes even though we live in the sticks this wonderland of chocolate is in Deadwood, SD about a mile from our house. Kathy and I … Continue reading

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