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Gray Montana Day


Clouds cover Big Sky
Struggling grass survives
Gray Montana Day

Cattle graze in the fields
The sun struggles to peek through
There’s blue sky ahead

Approaching our home
The blue sky tries to shine through
And sun emerges

Gray Montana Days
Are sure to change in due time
Just wait five minutes!

Jan sends cheers!

See ya tomorrow

Taste of Autumn


Shetland found the grass
Beneath gorgeous autumn tree
Tastier than most

This wonderful photo was taken by DerrickjKnight – posted on his blog

Fauna And Flora

Posted on October 19, 2019

For more opportunities to appreciate Derrick’s wonderful photos of animals, flowers, his garden, scenery in Great Britain, and his clever commentary, click on the link above. Be ready for some oohs and ahs!

Good night.
See ya tomorrow.

Animal Photography


Animal Photography

horse head in snow

A friend sent me an e-mail with the most amazing photographs of animals. It did not have a photographer’s name credited to the pictures. I wish I knew who was behind the lense for each of these. If you recognize any, let me know, okay?

They are too beautiful to keep to myself and to a few FB followers. Photography such as this is the trademark of true artists!

I need you, my dear WP friends,
to see these.
Sit back and enjoy!!
And tell me,
which are your favorites?

lion

rabbit- big ears

tiger cub

sloth baby

cougar on limb cliff

orange fox on orange rocks

running horse

brightly colored birds

purple-white bird

3 Tigers

Here’s lookin’ atcha!!

Hope you enjoyed this wonderful display.
Which was your favorite?

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I’m off to work at the Sr. Center…

See ya later!

Appreciating Photography


I appreciate
Good photography by friends
Here are my favorites

Ed Coyle’s view of the Tetons reflecting in Lake in Autumn
Caroline Feldman’s aspen in Autumn in Gravelly Range, Montana
Gloria Wilson’s pond in Sierra Mtn. area, California
Ed Coyle’s aspen & evergreens in Autumn
Linda Schott’s river and boat thru the aspen
Chuck Feldman’s boat on river
Brandi Seckinger’s Yellowstone National Park
Ed Coyle’s birds atop fir tree
Lisa Glines’ morning clouds
Madison River with scarlet reflections

Great photography
Inspires me to grab my phone:
Let SnapChat do it!!

Well, it was SOME of my favorites-
Hah! Too many to post ’em all!
See ya later…

4-Wheeling in Montana


Today was a beautiful blue-sky day
to go 4-Wheeling on LUCILLE
(our red-headed ATV who is a BALL)

Macatee put-in

We drove in our pick-up pulling Lucille on a trailer
to the Macatee Bridge area about 25 miles south of Ennis.
There we met friends, unloaded the ATVs
and headed up into the Gravelly Range
past the Talc Mine.

Bob -ATV

talc mine

The day could not have been more beautiful!

Sign- Gravelly Range

We had our bear spray with us.
We were headed to the Cottonwood area
where a couple of hunters
were mauled by Grizzleys last week.

6 guys - ATV
There were 6 guys (That’s Bob on the right)
and 3 of us gals

Usies - Jan-Barb-Caroline
Yes, when we got up to 8,000 ft. level at the look out,
it was time to bundle up!
I covered my ears,
Barb covered her neck,
and Caroline covered her head and neck!

Charley on overlook

Barb’s dog, Charley, was not afraid of the cliffs.

TazE in Gravelies-rocky
Our TazE stuck mostly to the rocky lower levels.
Both dogs enjoyed the freedom to explore.

Our goal was to see the Aspen gold-
Autumn in the Rocky Mountains is a spectacular time of year.
The landscape became more beautiful the farther up we traveled.

Wow - Aspen in Autumn

This is what we traveled up the Gravelly Range to the Ruby Valley to see!!

When we got up to Monument Ridge at 9,587 feet,
it was gorgeous, but really cold as the wind
came right off the left-over snow
on the higher mountains.

Black Butte had snow tucked in all its crevices.

Black Butte panorama

Caroline bundled up to stay warm.

Caroline on overlook

Coming back down, we made a potty stop and let the pups do a little more roaming.

ATVs @ bathroom stop

Barb, Don & Charley were ready to be on our way.

Barb & Charley in ATV

We passed at least two dozen of these harvested tree stacks
on our way to and fro.
The forest service has been very busy
cutting down dead trees and clearing out areas
near the road that might cause a fire hazard.

Red barn - Ruby River
Besides the gorgeous golden aspen groves,
my other favorite scene is this red barn on the Ruby River.
Isn’t it gorgeous?

Ruby River - aspen

vibrant aspen grove

We passed some grazing cattle
before following the signs and our friend, Chuck,
who led us back to our vehicles
where we loaded the ATVs and headed home.

beaver dam in Ruby River

See the cool beaver dam we passed on the way down?

Back down in the Madison Valley,
the Madison River,
and the Macatee take-out,
we were ready to return home
and share our great trip with you.

Hope you enjoyed it.
Have a good night.
The End - Lucille
The End!
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See ya tomorrow.

Counting Ponies


I lie there awake
It is three in the morning
Counting sheep in vain

Counting sheep to go to sleep doesn’t work!

Last night was the same
But I told my friend Derrick
That I’d count ponies

He had a wonderful collection of photos of ponies on his blog.

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derrickjknightRamblings

Check out his blog.
It won’t put you to sleep.
It is delightful reading
and his photography is superb!!

The Early Evening Light

Now I need to count ponies and try to get some sleep.
What works for you when you can’t sleep?

See ya later
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