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Leopard frog in the creek.
Leopard frog in the creek.
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Nice pool, looks very fishable, only has minnows, chubs, a few carp, and maybe, just maybe an isolated northern in a pool here and there.
Nice pool, looks very fishable, only has minnows, chubs, a few carp, and maybe, just maybe an isolated northern in a pool here and there.
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Grave of a child of the first settler in my home town in the 1870s.
Grave of a child of the first settler in my home town in the 1870s.
Red_green_hNovember 6th, 2020, 9:45 am
New Mexico

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My old man turned 80 so off to Iowa we went. I forgot how beautiful it is there in the fall. Here in the west fall is short and you have to time it just right to see leaves. In the mid-west it is an actual season that one can enjoy over a longer period of time. I miss it there.
Ryan Norris
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