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The West is on fire.
Visibility is, at times, less than a mile.
Last January I shared photos taken in my neighborhood. Here are the same scenes again, taken a couple of weeks ago.
Unfortunately, progress came to our neck of the woods. Scroll down for our BIG change.
The “No Traffic Signs” sign has been upgraded to no-traffic-sign. In other words, somewhere beyond my son’s house, halfway to Genesee, one must assume there is now a …
Last January I shared photos taken in my neighborhood. Here are the same scenes again taken a couple of weeks ago.
Stay tuned for Day Two of it’s-a-beautiful-day-in-the-neighborhood.
Welcome to Idaho’s oldest building. We passed it en route to our glamping destination in South Dakota and just had to stop.
Kim, Ace, and Willie took a little trip to Mount Rushmore while we were glamping in the Black Hills of South Dakota last week. Did you know, according to their guide, that the Black Hills of South Dakota were named after the Ponderosa Pine that dot the hills? They cast a dark hue on the hills they inhabit.
Snooping around Upton (Old Town), Wyoming, enroute to a rodeo.
Classic Wyoming. Georgia O’Keefe?