Category Archives: Nature/Landscape

Afternoon on the Ice

Oh oh oh.  What an afternoon.  My parents were gracious enough to come down and stay with our kids while Mylo slept so that Maarten and I could get out by ourselves for a skate, then I came back to … Continue reading

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The North Beach

A week before Christmas we rode our bikes down to an access to the North end of the lake we live on.  From late fall through the spring, the water level is down, exposing an expansive sandy beach.  It was … Continue reading

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Not that you’d know, since I’ve been absent from this blog much longer, but we were gone this past week.  Off rediscovering the delights of Forest Service campgrounds ( 8 bucks a nite and the purtiest locations…) and visiting with … Continue reading

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Slootje Springen

There was something Uncle Bart decided Sam needed to learn to do before we leave; something very important:  Slootje Springen. (all photos by bart)

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Sunday Afternoon on the Dike

It was cold and blustery, but delightful, for all that.  Have I mentioned I’ll miss the dike? Oh yes, I will.

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Montana Wildlife Facts

  1.  My brother recently sighted a mountain lion from our back porch in America (our house is in a village)  2.  I now know someone who has been attacked by a Grizzly 3.  Dead deer on the side of … Continue reading

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Fall Break

Goodness. What happened to October?  I seem to say that each year, which is a pity since it is such a lovely month.  So full of the busy fall schedule again.  Full of crisp sunshine, dramatic storms and bright colors (if we’re … Continue reading

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