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It Is Done!
After about 3 months of work, I declare it done! It started as a rough carved block of Tupelo Gum. After the feathers were carved in, they were detailed with a wood burning tool The body started to look not bad after a month or so of burning Here it is carv...
It Is Done!
It Is Done!
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Happy, Happy, Happy!
  Happy New Year to All Out in Blogland! And an end to 2018! Welcome to 2019, a new beginning!
Happy, Happy, Happy!
Happy, Happy, Happy!
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Winter on the Athabasca River
Today was a nice sunny day after two weeks of bad weather. It was time to take Daphne, my camera, and me and go for a walk. I had been down this access road during the summer, but never in the winter. The walking was good! The temperature was mild at -8C or...
Winter on the Athabasca River
Winter on the Athabasca River
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Remembering the Acreage
I was poking through some photos and found this one of Tucker, my first horse. She left us at 28 years. She is still on the Acreage, the place she really liked This fellow came back for 4 years straight. He must have liked my fence post! Riding with the hou...
Remembering the Acreage
Remembering the Acreage
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Life Goes On
I just noticed that it has been 3 weeks since my last posting. I wish I could say that things have been too busy around here, but alas, not the case. It was hunting season and I got out 4 times. I saw 6 deer. 3 were Mule deer and I didn't have a draw. The o...
Life Goes On
Life Goes On
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Out for a Drive
I came across this immature bald eagle watching a deer carcass. I was hoping he would come down, or fly, but no such luck.  He was blended in quite well and I didn't see him at first .  A very regal bird, but still a scavenger. Also there were lots of Blue ...
Out for a Drive
Out for a Drive
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How Can You Get Mad?
This is a picture of a good dog, sitting patiently for me to play with her, or to be allowed into the kitchen. She is normally not allowed to cross the line. This is a picture of a not so good dog that likes to show who is boss when it comes to sleeping pri...
How Can You Get Mad?
How Can You Get Mad?
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Another First!
I had to run Elaine into Edmonton yesterday, and of course I never go anywhere without my faithful camera. While waiting, I took Daphne for a walk in a grassy area and we found a Jack Rabbit Now you who have these critters as a common occurrence, you are pr...
Another First!
Another First!
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A Working Day
The garden pumpkins have finally ripened on the kitchen table. The biggest one (15 pounds) was sacrificed  and converted to 4 pies.   I could not get the edges covered in tinfoil. so the crusts are a little dark.   After doing the 4 pumpkin pies I decided t...
A Working Day
A Working Day
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Another Five Mile Bush Walk
This was at the start of the walk. She was still perky. Five miles, and no birds or deer to photograph. We did see two Ruffed Grouse, but Daphne spooked them before I could get a shot  all in all, a good afternoon
Another Five Mile Bush Walk
Another Five Mile Bush Walk
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