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Bob Judd
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A home tour of the Judd camp
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A bear stopped by the Double Ditch Ranch for plums today
He was pretty good size.  He ate a couple off the ground before deciding the best ones are still on the tree. He broke off a branch And took his time He ate some and then left. Probably thinking they'll be riper and better tomorrow.
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Pterodactyls Ate our Bridge
In the summer, when the irrigation ditches that circle our patch are running, they look like trout streams. They were dug by hand at the end of the 19th century. They meander like a natural stream and fill up with trout from the Gallatin River. In fact, my ...
Pterodactyls Ate our Bridge
Pterodactyls Ate our Bridge
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The River Has a Mind of Its Own (Cont.)
Every spring the Gallatin River Floods. We're looking at the blowoff gate of the Gabriel Ditch which you can't see because it's 3 feet under water and clogged with logs. The idea is that the blowoff gate keeps the field below from flooding by acting as a sa...
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Wish you were here
Our north pasture (4,770 feet) was so gorgeous yesterday evening I had to send you a postcard.  Sacajawea Peak in the center of the pic. is the highest mountain in The Bridgers, 9,665 feet. You can walk to the top in the summer.
Wish you were here
Wish you were here
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The River Has a Mind of its Own
Here's a shot from last summer of a bit of the south pasture with the Gallatin River running alongside and the Bridger Mountains in the distance. The lines  in the pasture are flood irrigation ditches fed by the river. Last spring. the Gallatin River sugges...
The River Has a Mind of its Own
The River Has a Mind of its Own
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Montana Birds of Spring
Hard to tell when spring arrives in Montana. Sunny and warm one day, blizzard the next.  So we look to the birds to tell us when spring arrives. Old Gnarly here was 20 yards away and looked like he was waiting for the dog to come out the front door. These r...
Montana Birds of Spring
Montana Birds of Spring
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