Monday, October 20, 2008

Playing in the sawmill

I told you I was going for a walk in the woods. I also happened to go by the mill and the barn--we had to get more milk, after all.


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7 comments:

  1. Yer killing me with all this New Englandy goodness.

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  2. Nice shootin', Tex. Seriously, you need to give up this obsession you have with having a day job and just dive into business selling postcards and wallpaper with some of that gorgeous scenery. Go ahead and make us jealous!

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  3. Amama: Well, where's the Idaho potato shots? Jackalope shots?

    MrJ: Glad you like them, but you're one to talk. You could retire off the proceeds from some of your recent shots.

    LB: Not bad, I suppose...considering none of these are of the Parthenon. (Can you feel my jealousy seeping through?)

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  4. I don't have any potahtohs or jackawhosits, but I do have some nice Caribou-Targhee photos up. I guess I found a wee bit of autumn somewhere around here.

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  5. Nice planning. Hmmmm you've got to work on the bathroom and the kitchen, so we need to move out and go somewhere else, how about you make it in the fall when New England is at it's best.

    Yer killin' me smalls.... can 3b get any cuter? I thought my kids were adorable and I sometimes still do even though they are now teenagers (I don't have children anymore) but I think you win hands down. Not fair!! I'm telling mommy =(

    Nice shot of Barky outstanding in his field. How did you get that without him messing up the leaves?

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  6. Amama: My shots may make you miss colors, but your shots make me miss mountains. And I mean mountains, not these bumps they have back here.

    KMoo: That shot is the entire payoff of a month worth of obedience school.

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