December 01, 2015

I had to enjoy the sun on our jog, cuz it didn’t hang around very long.

Most of the snow crystals have fallen off the trees, but some of the bushes have kept them yet this morning. They’re rather pretty in the early morning sun.

Of course, there’s still plenty of snow on the ground.

George was getting in the Christmas mood now that the date had turned to December. Hee, hee and some giggles when I look at him in this photo from 2007.

I got in the Christmas mood too when Karen took me downtown Castle Rock, where I took some photos of the big tree in festive colors for the season.

Even better than the festive tree was pot roast from Castle Café. Dog oh dog, what a great way to spend the evening on the first day of December.

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November 30, 2015

Those low clouds were hovering over us during our run, but later in the morning the sun came out, so dad and I took a walk to Tower Road. It’s still really wintry beautiful there.

It’s pretty impressive looking over Castle Rock to the Rocky Mountains.

Back at Cutter’s Ridge, I noticed that all the ice and snow is coming off the trees.

I’m guessing in a couple of days the winter wonderland will be gone. Too bad the snow and mud will be on the ground.

George never did buy a new motorcycle in 2007, but he did look.

Yup, the old Kaw has been such a good steed all these years. Why replace it?
Cool jacket George!

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November 29, 2015

Hey, I’m over at Sota’s place. There’s plenty of snow here…

so hang on to your snowshoes cuz I’m going to show you snow fun Porter style!

It takes a lot of concentration!

Yup, you gotta be a tough basset!

Hey, I look fantastic in snow!

Don’t I?

George didn’t have any snow to contend with on this day in 2007. Matter of fact it was a beautiful sunny day.

George woofed, “I’ll take it!”

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November 28, 2015

I’ve got to woof you that it was another darn beautiful morning for a jog.

Don’t you like how the moon was perfectly set in the blue sky?

Dog oh dog.

Yeah, once again I got carried away snapping the shutter.

Cool looking fog down in the valley too. It seemed like the fog was bumping up against the snow covered trees and bushes.

Yup, a great time was had by this Porter Basset.

Okay, okay, the clouds did move in by the time we went to Burger King for breakfast, and it did snow later in the day. But I’ll woof that winter sure can be wonderful.

Ahem, even more wonderful than winter is hanging out in the kitchen to make sure all those burned off calories are replaced. As you can imagine George’s winter days in 2006 were strenuous to the extreme. “How about a hamburger, dad?”

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November 27, 2015

Wow zow! What a beautiful scene arrived this morning. Dad and I got to jogging with a temperature of only 1 degree. Yeah, it was cold…

but how beautiful!

Enjoy. I did.

Not bad, not bad at all.

And I was just down the road from Sapphire Pointe.

I was doggone hungry by the time I got home. Yea for Karen, since she took me to McDonald’s for a Big Breakfast, which I desperately needed.
I wasn’t done playing in the snow yet, cuz after breakfast dad and I went out again. Dog oh dog, I had a great time sniffing out rabbits in the snow.

And I again took plenty of photos, now that the sky had become deep sapphire color.

You gotta love winter sometimes.

Right?

And you gotta love a good stew that Karen made in the evening. I’ll bark you now that I sure needed the hearty beef after this day in the winter wonderland.

George had been outside for much of the day nine years ago. Yup, he was having a hard time keeping his eyes open come the evening.

Me too…goodnight.

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November 26, 2015

Yeah, winter was with us on our run. There were fog and clouds and snow.

The only color on this gloomy morning was….ME!!!!

Okay, I’ll admit that I did the top two photos in black and white, actually rather pretty for a snow scene on this Thanksgiving morning.

I’d like to write that I gorged myself on turkey and all sorts of good eats, but such was not the case. I was an unhappy Porter, though things got much better in the evening (I had pizza!!!).

Bark about color on a November day…

Yup, George was having an excellent morning in Ponderosa Thicket in 2008.

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November 25, 2015

Always, always, always, dad’s favorite Sheriff George photo.

Here’s to you George!!!!!!

My morning had some sun in it, so dad and I took the Sony A7r out for some time on Porter’s Perch.

Karen thinks this photo of me is great.

I’d have to agree.

Later in the day, I sat down to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity.

You know for a basset as smart as me, Einstein’s theory isn’t all that difficult to understand.

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving and the weather forecast predicts winter is coming back.

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November 24, 2015

This is the way Tower Road looks if you aim the camera randomly.

Yeah, that’s a lot of power lines. And wow oh wow, it sure gets muddy during the afternoon. Good thing dad and I run the road while it’s still frozen.

You gotta love this; one more fine morning of sunshine and mild temperatures.

From what I smell, some winter weather is headed our way.

But I sure am happy to be out and about on this morning.

Go Porter go.

Barking of power lines and houses, here’s a shot of me on Porter’s Perch. Notice the condos to the right of the photo.

It may be hard for me to find perspectives with unimpeded views in Castle Rock, but we all know George never had that problem in Edgemont. Look George and his sunset at Cottonwood Bluffs!

November 24, 2007

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November 24, 2015

You gotta like this.

Yes that would be sun and another warm day.

There’s still that snow around, however. But this Porter Basset took advantage of the snow for a good snow bath.

Dog oh dog, that felt good!

Dad and I got outside for quite a bit of the day. You never know when winter will turn ugly, so get outside while you can.
George was doing just that in 2007.

It was a perfect day for running and having a good time.

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November 22, 2015

Back in Castle Rock, a winter wonderland.

I’ll woof you that it wasn’t easy jogging on Tower Road this morning. That snow was kinda deep.

I did get a Burger King breakfast after my jog. Yay!
The day was quite nice despite the snow, so I got to be outside for a good portion of the day. I did stop in at Best Buy to buy Karen a Christmas present (it’s a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7″ with a keyboard case…don’t tell Karen!!!). I hope she likes the present that I, Porter Basset, will be giving her.

Beautiful day and no snow, George couldn’t believe his good luck.

Yeah, lucky dog!
November 22, 2015

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November 21, 2015

It was time to head away from Edgemont this morning. I was ready in Lulu.

It was the right time to leave Edgemont, since winter had moved in with a temperature of 0 degrees on our run this morning.

Goodbye Edgemont! I’ll see you next year.

Dog oh dog, it was a tough drive. US85 had plenty of ice on most of the road, and then the wind was ferocious on I25 from Wheatland to Cheyenne. I had some hopes that the snow wasn’t going to be too bad in Colorado, cuz there wasn’t any snow around Fort Collins. Ah but, Castle Rock, well, that’s a different story; plenty, plenty of that white stuff.

George could tell you all about winter running. Ice beard anyone?

November 21, 2007

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November 20, 2015

Yeah, that would be snow.

Well, well, I guess it had to happen sometime.

Pretty amazing that it waited until November 20th for the first snowfall.
Think that I’ll hunker down inside for the rest of the day.

Tomorrow we’re headed for Castle Rock, so I said goodbye to Agnes and Gene. I sure will miss them.

George had a most perfect day for a hike to Mathias Peak in 2008.

Look dad! No snow! Gotta love it.

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November 19, 2015

Tomorrow is supposed to be dreary with a chance of snow, so YIPPEE!, I best enjoy the sun today, which I did on Windsong Rise for our run.

Dog oh dog, what a view that even the Basset Back Ridge fire couldn’t harm.

It was a Ponderosa Sky morning, no doubt about that!

Windsong Rise is one of the best places in the whole world for a run.

Later in the morning dad and I headed out to the Cottonwood Bluffs.

You know, the temperature was just right for hiking. Splendid!

Gee, I actually did eight miles today. Yup, it was good to get on my chair and soak in the sunrays after my run and hike.

Now that I’m almost eleven, it’s hard to imagine that I used to go 14 to 15 miles a day.

For George it was a fine 2007 day at Igloo Bridge.

I like trains, but bassets always look better than trains.

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November 18, 2015

Not much sun today. I grabbed what sun I could on River Road.

It was pretty darn good lighting.

But only for a short time…sigh.

I did have dinner with Agnes and Gene, so that’s a good way for me to end this cloudy day.

George was getting a fine sunrise on the Mathias Peak trail back in 2008.

Wish that I would have had the same.

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November 17, 2015

Windsong Rise was looking its best this morning!

Did I woof how much I love Windsong Rise on a beautiful morning?

It wasn’t just Windsong Rise. The day was so nice that dad and I had to take a hike to Summit Tree Camp. Mathias Peak sure looked gorgeous.

The path to Summit Tree Camp!

Dog oh dog, I could see forever.

I’ll woof you that I was one ebullient basset hound! How about a stick?!!!

With the sun setting, I had to get a shot of a BNSF train charging past the Edgemont Theatre.

Superb day!

George, George, George!

What more can I woof?
November 17, 2006

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November 16, 2015

Dad and I got out early to catch the sunrise.

Good thing we did, because the day turned out mostly cloudy.

We did get a little sun during our run on Windsong Rise.

After that it was all clouds.
But, my day was made when dad got an email saying that the trial for which he was a juror had been cancelled. Yippee!!!!
That meant I got to see Gene this afternoon and that I won’t have to stay in a motel for three days.

Yeah, I was happy as George as he gave a big happy howl at Summit Tree Camp.

November 16, 2008

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November 15, 2015

Perfect morning for a run at the airport.

I was all pumped for some good old Edgemont exploring.

Good thing Karen took me to the Mickelson Trail today.

You know, my favorite spot on the trail, Dead Horse Canyon.

It was the perfect day for walking the trail. The sun shined the whole time and it even got warm on the south facing cliffs of Sheep Canyon.

This sure is an interesting spot to be. I haven’t been on the trail for almost two years.

I made it to my favorite bench at Buena Vista, took a little rest.

Then we went down the two track at Buena Vista. Karen and I look pretty good together as the stalwart hikers, don’t you think?

On the way back I had to get one more photo of Dead Horse Canyon.


A splendid place on a splendid day!

We got back home and set to work finishing up the cutting down of the tree in the front yard.

Dog oh dog, I’ll sure miss the shade next summer. Sad to see it go.

Just before sunset we took Dick’s Buick Skylark for a drive. I snapped some photos of it.


So this is what the sixties was like. Pretty cool car.

Once again Karen wanted to try some star shots. This time the waxing moon was low on the horizon.

Too bad it looks like a bright light on the horizon when I set the camera exposure to show the Milky Way.

I did put that moonlight to some use when I took a shot of Lulu with the Milky streaming above her.

George was looking to the sky too on this day in 2007.

You see, you can’t beat the sky of Edgemont.

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November 14, 2015

Wow, wow, wow! I was at my best playing with the rising sun.


Caught it on my nose, I did. I’m a talented basset.

Dad and I took a run to Ears to the Wind Ridge. Darn nice lighting the whole time.

Our first order of business on this day was a run to Igloo Bridge to photograph a BNSF coal train.

Kinda cool to see an old Mac engine in the new BNSF wedge logo and colors.

How about this? A hike to Grand View before heading out for lunch.

Yeah, a lot of running by this Porter Basset!

Happy, happy, happy, that’s me on this outing.

We got to Grand View. What a great place.

Karen took in the view and got some photos.

You know, I have to get as high as possible so I can enjoy the view at Grand View.

It’s not just Grand View that makes for a wonderful sight. Hmmm-m, bassets are wonderful sights too…not that I’m too self-centered…

I’ll have to remind dad that this photo is sharp enough for a billboard of yours truly.

On the way back to Lulu, I got in a little stick action.

Arrrhoo-oo! Am I having fun or what?

Guess where we had lunch? At Prairie Berry.
Then we stopped by the Alpine Inn for bread pudding to go. What a great day!

I was a tired basset after we had dinner. Yup, a snooze in my chair seemed the right thing at the right time.

Doggoneit. Karen wanted to take star photos; no bedtime for Porter yet. Okay, okay, I’ll admit that Karen did have a good idea. I got a shot of the Milky Way with the 14mm lens on the Sony A7r.

It’s going to take some experimenting to get this really right.

Now it’s bedtime for Porter. It was bedtime for George too on this day in 2006.

Goodnight all…

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November 13, 2015

What a beautiful morning! Gotta love the view traveling Elbow Canyon Road.

Dad and I had a great run on Windsong Rise. I’ll woof to you that it was magic!

Barking of magic, well, that would be me; a happy Porter Basset because of the morning and knowing that I would be seeing my buddy Gene at the library.

George was getting up early in 2007 for his run.

You gotta love the Edgemont mornings.

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November 12, 2015

Not a bad day for a run out to Circle Viewpoint.

With the sun looking so good, dad and I headed to Windsong Rise where the grass beauty can’t be beat.

Pretty darn nice if you ask me.

The afternoon had an Edgemont big sky. I took advantage of that sky by walking to the Cottonwood Bluffs.

Edgemont sure is a pretty place.

George would have told you in 2008 about all the things to photograph in and around Edgemont.

He was always sizing up the view for a nice photo perspective.

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November 11, 2015

Dad had a photo tour this morning at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary, and he got to appreciate the magnificent scenery on this beautiful day without ME!

I was pretty bummed out.

Dad did take me to the airport for some fun during the breezy afternoon.

For some reason my basset ears didn’t want to take advantage of the wind.

I think that I need more ear flying practice.

George’s ears and eyes took advantage of the beautiful sunrise eight years ago.


Yup, a basset hound can not only see a sunrise, but hear it too.

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November 10, 2015

Big sky morning for us at the beginning of our run to Circle Viewpoint.

It was well worth the moment to appreciate the scene.

I wonder how many years it will be before the effects of the Coal Canyon fire are long ago in the past?

I suppose I’ll never get to see the Ponderosa trees truly green in this area again.

Dad got called to jury duty a week from today…a three day trial…poor dad.

Guess I could consider myself lucky, since we still haven’t had any real snowfall here in Edgemont this year. I mean look at George’s day in 2006.

That white stuff can happen anytime.

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November 09, 2015

Doesn’t it figure the weather would be worse today. We started out with a little sun on our run to Circle Viewpoint…


but it didn’t last. After such a beautiful day yesterday, I shouldn’t always have great weather, but still…

George’s day on Howling Rock was a great weather day in 2008.

You gotta admit that he sure looked noble!

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November 08, 2015

Some days you know are going to be good. Just ask George in 2007 as he watched the sunrise.


Yup, a good day!

The sun was shining with that deep azure sky. I knew today was going to be a good day as Karen, dad, and I headed toward Mathias Peak.

Are those Elk that I see from Summit Tree Camp?

The view from Grandview is…

always stupendous!

After our hike, it was on to Custer and lunch. Nothing like a buffalo burger at Naked Winery to help my energy level!

We ended the daylight hours (dog oh dog, they are so much shorter now) with a terrific ride on Custer State Park’s Wildlife Loop. We did do some walking on the Loop. Lots of photos for Karen to take.

Lots of photos for Porter Basset to take.

The rich color of the grasses on this day were a sight to behold.

I could see forever today!

But what would the Wildlife Loop be without wildlife?!!!

Here’s looking at you, Mr. Buffalo!

Of course, my favorite wildlife (other than rabbits) is the Pronghorn. My, my, they sure are beautiful…

and majestic!

When you see the soul in their eyes, you feel the wisdom and wonder of the High Plains.

Did I woof that it was a good day? Nope, it was a great day!

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November 07, 2015

It’s Saturday, so what will be happening today? After our jog to the airport dad and I went to Lookout Road for a view of the south Edgemont area.

I’ll woof to you that the stones and goat head burrs make the road rather unsettling for this Porter Basset.

We did see a train headed for Igloo Bridge leave the yard. Dad and I decided to give chase. I was hoping for a nice shot at Igloo Bridge, but doesn’t it figure that the train got caught at the red light.

I had put the Canon 70-200mm lens on the A7r for this shot. It’s an amazingly good combination, but I’ve woofed that before.

We headed over to Hot Springs in the afternoon for supplies. That was kinda boring except for Shopko where bassets are allowed to come in the store.
Later in the afternoon, we went over to the Wild Horse Sanctuary.

The light was getting pretty low, so I didn’t get many photos. Sid was very cooperative, however, so I did give him some special attention. Wow! And I thought I had a slobber problem.

Sid’s a cool guy despite the slobber.

Back in Edgemont the cold air and clear skies led to some colors at the airport.

I was glad to get home as it got dark, cuz I was darn hungry…and tired.

You know, I’m weary of politicians, as we all should be, but George would have made a great President.

He sure was a great Sheriff and Mayor.
November 07, 2006

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November 06, 2015

The sun was pretty darn uncooperative this morning. I took advantage of it when it came out, though I was hoping for a pretty sunrise, which never materialized.

Gotta admit the lighting helped the scenery on our run to Circle View Point.

Since the sky did get better later in the morning, I took out the old Sony DSC-R1 for some shots at the Cottonwood Bluffs.
Beautiful, right?

Always, always, do I like the colors of the DSC-R1.

Just think the Sony DSC-R1 is now ten years old. That’s old for a digital camera.

I did check out the BNSF action at the Edgemont yard too.

Yup, hardly any down time there. Isn’t Edgemont great?

Ready for takeoff at the Edgemont Airport!

It’s a dad favorite photo of George, so I post it again.
November 06, 2007.

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October 05, 2015

Kinda iffy in the sunshine department during our run to Circle Viewpoint. We did get some.

Later in the morning the sun came out more so dad and I pawed it over to Cottonwood Bluffs. Yup, nice big sky!

I like that a lot!

Now that I’m running and walking more miles (it’s an Edgemont thing), I’ll woof to you that I sure get tired come evening.

Hope you don’t mind if I sign off to snooze.

November 05, 2006 and George is showing how a basset hound gets treats and treats and treats while in the kitchen.

Who can resist those basset hound eyes?

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November 04, 2015

Caught the sun with my ear again this morning.

I’m quite the talented basset!

Dad and I went running at the Basset Arroyos. Dog oh dog, the fog was moving in.

But it sure was pretty lighting before that fogged gained ground.

The day wasn’t a total cloud day, cuz the sun did burn off the fog late in the morning. I snapped a shot of this train under a fine blue sky.

Guess BNSF is going to replace the switch off the main into the yard. That will be quite the job.

George thought he best get a glimpse of the sun before the clouds wiped out the sky on this day in 2008.

Yeah, it turned out to be a cloudy day alright and George’s hike on Red Canyon Rim Trail was more gray than color.

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November 03, 2015

Did I woof “HOORAY! for beautiful sunrises? I guess that I did. Look at a sunrise George saw in 2006.

Pretty cool, huh George?

My day dawned crisp and fairly clear.

It was a good morning to play peak-a-boo with the early morning sun.

Our run to Circle Viewpoint was pretty darn good too. That grass sure is golden this time of year. I figured it was a good time to emphasize my basset brown with the grass in a photo.

Lulu goes in tomorrow for new intake gaskets. No heated seat for my tush on the way to our run tomorrow…that’s too bad.

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November 02, 2015

Hooray for beautiful sunrises!!!!!!


And that’s all I’ve got to woof for today (let the photos do the woofing, if you know what I mean).

Wish I had the knack for words that George did.

November 02, 2006

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November 1, 2015

Those clouds were moving in when dad and I went for a run to Circle Viewpoint. Can’t complain about the lighting, though.

Before heading out to the Horse Sanctuary, we spent some time watching the train go by at Edgemont yard.


No doubt about it, there’s a lot of train traffic in Edgemont, another good thing about this little town.

At the Horse Sanctuary I took the wide view first of Cheyenne Canyon.

Then I hooked up the Canon 70-200mm lens to the Sony NEX for some super sharp shots of me.

And the mustangs.

And Buckshot (looking good there Buckshot!).

Turned out those early morning clouds weren’t a problem, and we had a great day.

George had a great day eight years ago at Igloo Bridge, the definitive spot for action on the BNSF.

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October 31, 2015

Dad and I were up early to jog to the airport.

Nice interesting sky during the jog.

We decided to spend the rest of the day at the Horse Sanctuary. I got out the A7r and the 14mm lens for some big views of the Horse Sanctuary.

I also tried the combination on Sierra as she enjoyed the sweet feed we brought along.


She’s a funny girl in these photos, but never forget she is one darn beautiful mustang.

Thank goodness I didn’t have to dress up again for Halloween. All I had to do was give out treats to the little goblins showing up at the door this evening.
Compared to poor George’s outfit in 2006, my Eeyore costume wasn’t so bad.

Don’t you think?

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October 30, 2015

Darn nice morning for our run. Windsong Rise was looking especially pretty this morning.

George always found Windsong Rise one of the best spots in the world, no matter the day as on this day in 2006.

It’s a great place for a basset to stretch his legs.

Edgemont itself was looking pretty good today too.

Yeah, you got to love a beautiful sky.

What was that dad? Boonees is this evening?

Dog oh dog, that will mean more treats for me!!! Yippee!!!!

But dad didn’t tell me that I would have to dress up for Booness.

Sigh…

Well, at least the treats were plentiful. Happy Booness!

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October 29, 2015

Karen’s coming home today! Karen’s coming home today!
In the meantime, dad and I did are usual morning thing with a nice run under the waning moon and blue sky.


Quite excellent.

Then I asked dad to take me to the Red Cliffs so I could get some photos on this nice morning.

We also took a ride down the winding Red Canyon Road. I always like this spot too.

Karen arrived before 5pm. Bark about excited!!! That would be this Porter basset!

George had a great morning at Summit Tree Camp some nine years ago.

Summit Tree Camp can’t be beat for the views and can’t be beat for basset photos.

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October 28, 2015

Not a bad jog to Circle Viewpoint.

You should come along with us sometime; this is the way to a great morning.

Wow, now this is wide angle!

My 14mm Rokinon lens arrived today. Dad and I went to Mathias Peak with the lens on the Sony A7r. It sure picked up the color of the grasses well.

Up at Summit Tree Camp the wind was pretty strong under a strong azure sky.

Dog oh dog, it was great!!!!


And you got to love how well the 14mm lens does.

Karen told me that she well be coming to Edgemont tomorrow. Arrhhoo-ooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I’ll admit that I was pretty tired just like George was on this day eight years ago.

You got to admit, basset ears sure come in handy. Snooze….

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