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What weather! 80's and sunny. A good day for Charlie's deck shower. A clean dog makes a happy couple who share a small cabin with it.
It was also a good day for some Sault sightseeing. Camille's father was born here in 1908 so we went on Ancestry.com to find out where he lived then. We found the address and as it tuns out the house he …
... forest. And in lower elevations that contain grassland as ...
... br> was known as the “trust buster” for his work to end large corporate
monopolies and ensure the rights of the common working man. He owned
a ranch in the Badlands of North Dakota and, as a lover of the outdoors,
did much to preserve our nation’s natural beauty and resources. Roosevelt
was born in 1858 and died in 1919.
Abraham Lincoln, the fourth president on the mountain, held the ...
... After returning to the lodge, Dad and the kids headed out to "Conquer the Cosmos" then got some Gelato before coming home. Mom took some time to rest her back and relax.
After some down time with electronics and games (Mom crocheted), we had a light supper of cheese, crackers and meats then the family headed out to the deck to play Capitalism (a.k.a. Scum).
... a column-like spire. Below are amazing colors and striations of sedimentary rock in orange and yellow and brown that edge down into a deep, narrow canyons the paths of which are impossible to predict. They are woven into the uneven landscape and it looks impossible to navigate through the never ending maze below. The eye cannot tell where the canyons begin and end there are so many edges. Occasionally a bit of grass or a shrub ...