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sophanne

What great pictures. I want to see a moose someday.

Carrie

Moose!!!!! Swoon.
Ahem.
Great photos! I want to go on vacation with you - you get all the good mooses.

tut-tut

Moose! I remember seeing one on a bus into Maine when I was much younger (going to see a boyfriend, when I was in college).

Chris

Gorgeous pictures!

Diane

Thanks for the virtual vacation. Can you go swimming in that lake or is the water too cold?

Sheepish Annie

That is some mighty fine scenery! Did I ever tell you about the time a moose got loose on the beach over here? Very funny! Moose don't look quite right at the seashore...

Gillian

Super pictures! I'm so not a photographer.

Jocelyn

As a native Montanan, I am taken "home" by these photos and recall the time I stomped right up to a moose in Yellowstone, just "for the picture." At least you kept some distance.

Keep enjoying the Taco John's. You're my kind of traveller.

tinebeest

My e-mail account is the closest I have ever been to a moose. Great wildlife you have out there! (we make do with rabbits and seagulls, and if you venture out at night: foxes and badgers)

Diane S

Very nice photos! Thanks for sharing and allowing us homebound folks to go on a picture vacation!! Love the Mountain pics.

Vicki

That mountain shot... WOW!! Looks like you're having a good time.
; )

Carrie K

No library pix? lol. Gorgeous shots of the natives and their habitat!

Cookie

Wonderful photos!

I love the wild flowers.

deb

You had me at Taco John's. I fraking LOVE Taco John's. We don't have any close by and it just kills me. They are the only ones who put the cheese on the meat so it melts and gets all gooey. Oh, now I really want a Taco John's taco......

Oh - the animals are nice too......

gayle

Great pictures!
So happy your moose was at a distance. My hubby once hit a moose with his car. His car was totalled (and immensely more compact) - he was lucky not to have been totalled, too...

Cathy-Cate

Awesome pictures! Thanks for sharing them! I'm glad you made it there safely despite the deer....
and sounds like you're having a good time. It certainly looks beautiful.

Lene

Breathtaking! And thanks for the horse photos - I've been needing to see horses for a while.

Congrats on the moose - I've lived in Canada for 27 years and still haven't seen one. Hope to some day, though.

soxanne

Wonderful, wonderful!

I'm so glad you've gone camping and taken me with - that means I don't have to sleep in a tent to enjoy the scenery.

lisa

"Friday it rained"... around here that would be Friday it rained, Thursday it rained, Wednesday it rained, Tuesday it rained, Monday it rained, Sunday it rained, Saturday we saw the sun for 20 minutes and it didn't rain much, Friday it rained, Thursday it rained. Seriously, like the ENTIRE MONTH!

Thanks for the sunny pics and blue skies!

(I saw the moose right off! neener neener)

Angie

Marvelous photos! That seems like a nice safe distance for moose viewing. :D

Heather

Wow - those are amazing pics!

dale-harriet in WI

Oh yes, these are SPLENDID! We were out that way some time back, and I bought a WONDERFUL plush buffalo in Buffalo. (His name is Theodore Roosevelt Bison Bison.) You're also an inspiration...we're heading to Montana end of the month. Sounds like y'all travel kinda like we do -- oh, and Taco John's? Not bad, although we prefer Taco Bell, had our anniversary dinner there year before last. And I have a theory about moose (I AM fond of meese): they were devised by the Creator for the People and are one-stop shops. You've got your meat, your bones for tools, your hide for the best makazin you can make; you've got your innards for toys and utensils* (and poo that can be dried and made into jewelry for tourists - I am SO not making that up). They are some ugly animals, but powerful POWERFUL useful!
*Stomachs make good cooking vessels; bladder and --erhm -- cahones {sp?} make wonderful BALLS (no pun intended) for games like two-stones and lacrosse.

NeedleDancer

Lovely pictures!!
Though I've seen moose tracks near mom's barn, but I've never seen one in the wild....

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