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June 29, 2009


I was in Missoula last week (sadly had zero time to come out and visit y'all) and it is a breathtaking area for sure.

I still have the first photo you sent me of Widget with that range in the back and her head in the wind. God's country, truly.

It's beautiful. I'm afraid I don't even know what lush green grass is anymore. We are in almost a 2yr drought in S.Central TX & the days are 100 degrees or more right now. We have a 40% chance of rain this evening & they'll tell us this about once every 2 weeks. Then it never comes & you want to cry! When we might get a few sprinkles neighbors all gather on their porches to watch it. Sometimes I do wonder why I live here when I see the gorgeous pictures on this blog & what Carla posted. Oh well, it's home!! I really love the way you have the ranch so organized for yourselves & it's such a lovely place for the animals to call home!

Carla, how do you get anything done living in such a beautiful place?

I should ask the same of Steve and Alayne.

New arena? Do we know about this and I've forgotten?? Dang memory! (or lack there of....)

What a beautiful picture and place. THis is why everyone please vote!!! everyday. If you enjoy the animals and the blogs take time to vote!

Just beautiful.

(I can send you some of the last three weeks of unremitting rain we've had here in Cambridge, if that will help.)

What a gorgeous view! It's easy to see why Montana is called "Big Sky Country".:-)

This is what it looks like on a snowy winter's day in the wine country between Asti and Alessandria (Piedmont, north-western Italy) where I've been living for the past 16 years:

This is Castelnuovo Belbo on a cloudy March day:

Hi Alayne and Steve:

What a great picture---brings back wonderful memories!

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