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Five Views of Montana November 1, 2017

Posted by Sobek in News.

All of these from the past two weeks.







1. Jimbro - November 1, 2017

Great shots!

2. Sobek - November 1, 2017

Thanks! Montana makes it pretty easy to find the shots.

3. lauraw - November 2, 2017

We have to bury this post because hubby wants to move to Montana but my understanding is that the gardening is shitty there.

4. geoff - November 2, 2017

Maybe you should post something to push it down?

5. Retired Geezer - November 2, 2017

We got good gardening in teh Spud State.

“Spud State”… duh!

6. skinbad - November 2, 2017

No nutscaping?

7. OBF - November 2, 2017

Looks like there should be some pheasants in that corn patch. Curious minds want to know.

8. Sobek - November 2, 2017

We got pheasants.

A pheasant almost flew into my windshield the other day.

Sometimes I think about maybe keeping some bird shot in my car, bringing some dinner home that way. Probably would be frowned upon to shoot a pheasant in my neighborhood.

Skinny, I confess I don’t get your comment.

Laura, I don’t assume we have good gardening here, but I wouldn’t really know. One of my boys decided to start a garden this summer and he got a ton of zucchini and some cherry and roma tomatoes. And that was just with a bit of googling around – he didn’t get useful advice from his parents. So maybe people more dedicated than I could get a decent garden going.

9. Retired Geezer - November 3, 2017

We live in the ‘Banana Belt’ of Idaho. Lots of people have big gardens. We only planted one Tomato bush but we’re still picking them. There are a couple of dozen ripening on the kitchen table.
Mrs. Geezer covers up the bush every night with a blue tarp in case it freezes.
Our little apple tree is loaded.
We have pheasants in the field next to our house but I’d be sad if someone shot them.
I counted 36 Quail yesterday in my driveway.

BTW, excellent vertical composition on the big rocks and the Big Sky (c).

10. Sobek - November 3, 2017

Thanks. That pic started out horizontal, but I cropped it into a vertical and liked the effect.

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