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Cute little fella I met in the barn. #farmlife IMG_20170722_115029.jpg

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Getting High in the Highlands, take 2.

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The Guide Guiding.

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A Peat Hag is not a Witch..IMG_9910.JPG

The Best and Worst of Light

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Strangely, No Snow, almost.

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The Climb Continues, the Dragon Looms.

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The softness of Stone – A Kiss.IMG_9915.JPG

Nope – Not there yet!IMG_9919.JPG

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Black Killearns (which according to our ecstatic guide, Les said you “never see!”) in the distance.IMG_9921.JPG

Passel of Pietra Ponders…IMG_9926.JPG

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Chilling Up as Moving Down

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Man, Nature Confide, Low Tide

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Sweetly. moistly nestled.

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like friends in the dew Watermelon Park Fest.IMG_4173.jpgIMG_4169.jpg

Timeless

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Maw and Paw Dawg

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Garden: Before and After

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When you ignore the garden for a week just to light a big giant bonfire there may be hell to pay.

BEFORE

So many weeds. So much grass. So few vegetables.

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AFTER

Well, this is the horses actually

Well, this is the horses actually

About 6 hours of weeding later, the garden looks better

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And what do we get for our efforts so far? One tomato (delicious), two zucchini, one summer squash, and two jalapeƱo peppers. Lots more to come.

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Being outside in the summer sun is an excellent break from poking plastic keys.

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Tall Grass, Short Tomatoes, and Dogs

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Four Foot Grass

Four Foot Grass

Green

Green

Tiny tomatos

Tiny tomatos

Mogli

Mogli

Puck

Puck

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