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Part of a 4-H Club "Community Landscape Project"

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And a great downspout!

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The Sit-n-Bull

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An electric yellow

July 1st, 2010



This photo doesn’t quite capture the neon color of this field.

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Geese in Flight

July 1st, 2010



Part of the Enchanted Highway, and at one time the world’s largest scrap metal sculpture.

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A closer view

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A wind turbine blade

July 1st, 2010



There were three trucks traveling together, each carrying a blade.

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Awesome mailbox #36

July 1st, 2010



A mouse-accessible mailbox! I bet this house has a Cheese-of-the-Month subscription.

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Thanks to Paul for arranging my stay with Owen, and thanks to Owen for being such a great host! After a really hot and humid day, I couldn’t have asked for anything more: cold drinks, shower and laundry, great food cooked on the grill, and a really sweet little dog occasionally coming over to say hi.

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Uncle Ray is back!

July 1st, 2010



I hadn’t seen him since Indiana, but he’s made some more appearances west of the Missouri.

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Stump donation

July 1st, 2010



It makes for a great tax write-off!

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I had never heard of them before!

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A good alley

July 1st, 2010



Dickinson, ND

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The sign says it all

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Glad to see our road worker friend is feeling better today.

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Morrie and John

July 1st, 2010



They stopped to give me a half gallon of V8 Splash and a lucky dollar, and Morrie really wanted to give me his camera tripod as well, but I didn’t have room for it. He also insisted that I be in the picture with them. And, finally, you may be interested to know that they once helped a group of Hare Krishnas push an organ two miles up a mountain in Idaho.