Northern Plains Anglicans
This is a wonderful idea. Glad to read about it.The photo is lovely. One thing I enjoy about your blog is the incredible photos. The natural beauty of the Dakotas is awe-inspiring.
Thanks, Alice. I seek out photos from the Dakotas - the natural beauty can be stark, but beautiful it is!Right now, the clearer the sky the colder the air... but when I go out in it (which I have to do for the dog!)I long to get a good shot of the night or early morning sky here.The dog just likes to chase rabbits. Never catches one...but loves the chase.
A side note, several hunter friends are saying the pheasants and deer are very "fatty" this year, which if you believe in old ways would indicate we are in for a long, cold and snowy winter.
Fr. Tim, My dog is like that. She's a Kentucky "rabbiting" dog and once she's on a scent, forget it! Nothing distracts her. The clear nights show forth HIS glory in the skies.MWN, There's wisdom in the old ways. Put in some extra fire wood. I've put in 6 cords as I heat my little cottage with wood. Here in KY that will probably get me through the winter.
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