Walk the Block Jan 2011

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A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nFran enjoys getting out into the fresh snow...A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nNot much snow, but it sure changes the appearance.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nPanther Creek is at the western border of our lot, and this is the best route to cross the creek during summer when the water flow is easier to jump across. In this colder and wetter season we use the neighbor's bridge! A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nA beaver lake in Panther Creek, where we used to cross the creek.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nThis pathway used to be a railroad for timber hauling.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nThis is the neighbor's bridge where we cross Panther Creek on our daily walk around the block. we spend 50 minutes doing the 2.5 mile walk, feeding some chickens and dogs along the way.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nThis is a common sight here, as moss and ferns gow on the trees. A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nThis is the 153rd Ave on which we walk south for a mile before taking a turn east on Dubuque Road for a half mile to start our loop back toward home.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nA cute modern log home that makes you think we're pioneers here.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nHalf-way along 153rd Ave, the terrain is hilly and timbered.A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nThis car was parked at the 157th Ave corner at Dubuque Road, after failing too drive up the steep eastbound hill on Dubuque Rd in the slippery conditions. We walk north from here about one mile to get home. A walk around the block 01/09/2011\nFran makes fresh tracks as we walk north on 157th Ave towards home.Fran's lazy snowman 01/12/2011Fran's lazy snowman 01/12/2011


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