A Great Day to be Alive

It was mid November when snow finally graced us with its presence in Wisconsin. It fell slowly; blanketing the great north woods with flakes the size of poplar leaves. Yes, it would be a good deer season. We would have snow to track them with; snow also made deer nervous. It made them so nervous they would yard up in the deepest hollow that they co...
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Santa Monica

After seeing the areas free-flowing springs in 1769, Father Juan Crespi, a member of Gaspar De Portola’s expedition, named the site after Saint Monica, the saint who wept for her wayward son. The population of the coastal town in Los Angeles County is in the ballpark of 91,000 according to the 2012 census. It’s world-famous pier opened in 1909 and...
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Hidden in Scipio

Located at 227 State Street, Scipio, Utah. I’m not quite sure which is older, the barn or the truck. Probably overlooked by many, this decrepit and disheveled barn holds a gem of a truck, for those that are old school like me that is. Life is often like this image, secrets and treasures ignored.
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