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Kootenay

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Hi all,

I went photo crazy while helping hubby put up an A-Frame shelter for my 1250lb square bale of hay.

(I didn't get pictures of the shelter yet), but I did capture these:

(Can't remember the name of the plant, but it is growing at the edge of our cistern--along with the cool moss/slime growing off the cement):

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2:



3:



Here is a neat picture of a very old building, which I heard rumors used to be a store at one time:



A picture of a horse head windchime as seen through my barn door:



An old rusted horseshoe:



Local Plantlife:



A Mushroom with dew on the plantlife:



The old building once again:



Trees in our front yard by the barn:



Buddy grazing:



Honey:



Storm coming in:



More storm footage:



1 more picture to come:

One more of the driveway--and impending storm. It rained torrents after I snapped that picture:



:Kim

 

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WOW!!!! What a beautiful place you have! Love the old building and all the greenery. I am so jealous of all the open space!

You took some great pics, what kind of camera? The detail in all the photos is really amazing.

Thanks for sharing, makes me inspired to go mess in the yard!
 

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Thanks for sharing those pics I enjoyed them! Oh my I just love old buildings!! What history must be behind that little cabin. I think the horseshoe pic could be used for a card! I love it's simple yet rustic look. And I'll bet the "weather warriors" on our weather channel would love to use some of your storm cloud pics. Very beautiful scenery!!


Oh forgot to ask...is that little cabin/store right onyour property??!! Have you any idea how old it is?
 
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Kootenay

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WOW!!!! What a beautiful place you have! Love the old building and all the greenery. I am so jealous of all the open space!

You took some great pics, what kind of camera? The detail in all the photos is really amazing.

Thanks for sharing, makes me inspired to go mess in the yard!
My camera is an HP Photosmart 320. It's an older camera, but it's still taking decent pictures.


Thanks for sharing those pics I enjoyed them! Oh my I just love old buildings!! What history must be behind that little cabin. I think the horseshoe pic could be used for a card! I love it's simple yet rustic look. And I'll bet the "weather warriors" on our weather channel would love to use some of your storm cloud pics. Very beautiful scenery!!


Oh forgot to ask...is that little cabin/store right onyour property??!! Have you any idea how old it is?
That cabin is on the property
. I also has a basement, and a loft area. Pretty neat old building. I think it may have been built in the late 30's. I'll have to do some historical digging at the local library. At one time this farm was a dairy, and one of the main suppliers of vegetables for this whole area.

I found an old diary also. I'll have to dig it out, and relay some of the entries in for you. It's really neat to read how people lived back then.
 

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Loved the last 3 especially. I am a sucker for storms (the kind that dont end in disaster). I love the way the sky looks against the green leaves when the sun is still kind of hitting them.
 

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