CS #752 - Rural

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used my iPhone on morning walk

West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. My condos are behind the tree-line.

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Yet another "Ortz"
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As a contrasting scene, traffic jam crossing Dolly Parton Drive (gets bad here)
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I thought she would like it all. Well done Roland and Mrs Roland!
She does the dough and baking.

I am the deco guy. After quite some buses, cars, excavators, bunnies, horses and so on, I think I slowly develope a routine... ;)

At least the kids like my work, which is most important. My first horse, which Mayla liked at the age of 3 or so, I would better have called 'hippopotamus adipositasensis'... :D
 
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Breaking the Rules....
used my iPhone on morning walk

West Prong of the Little Pigeon River. My condos are behind the tree-line.

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Yet another "Ortz"
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As a contrasting scene, traffic jam crossing Dolly Parton Drive (gets bad here)
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Nice scenery Ed and I'm sure we forgive the use of a 'phone. The traffic jam appears to have been caused by one of those annoying rural tractors. I note the MUCH nicer Subaru too!
 
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Where mister hedgehog comes to visit

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Looks like a really nice road to walk on. In fact, it reminds me of a road near us that we walk frequently!
That’s a real pretty road to walk. The road in my photos is owned by a timber company and I expect it to be clear cut some day, but in the meantime it’s a real pretty walk along a creek.
 
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From today's dog walk:

Water supply for a few troughs and at least two dwellings, shown by the fencing and zinc trough.
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Rural traffic - he wins.
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What could be more rural than this? Country dwellers peacefully chewing the cud.
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Very bucolic. Hard to get more rural than that.
 
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Here a few snaps from this morning's outing around the Grand Mesa:

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Lately, with all the drama on the house closing (hopefully will be today, but there have been numerous 11th hour issues with the sellers), the only time I get is a 30 minute walk in the mornings, around the neighborhood.

We live in a rural town and there's quite a bit of wildlife - fox, deer, bears, possum, fischer cats, a rare moose, and lots of...
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For a while we had several turkeys in our yard, hanging around the cars. I called them our "security turkeys".

Another funny thing... all my life, I never saw a turkey fly (and thought they could not), until last year, when I saw several of them take off and land? on branches in big pine trees of our yard. It was more like a controlled crash as they slammed into branches breaking all sorts of dead limbs off the tree. Now I know why we find turkey feathers in the yard every once and a while.
 
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