October 20, 2019

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A View Between A Horses Ears

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Ratty can we go today?

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Let’s Go Fishing

 

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Right past the boulder its an easy 100′ deep..

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Wildlife likes the community raft..

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Jimbo.. That was his last trip..

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Rattler the talking horse, “If you’re going in there again you can just leave me home cuzz I ain’t a gonna carry your fat butt no place.”

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A Silent Wilderness Hike

 

I’ve been through this area many times on foot and on horse.. First time at this lake for me was 1973..

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Hiding In The Shade in 98 Degrees

That paint be Rattler;

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We travel from first light to noon.. Hole up until six p.m. and travel until dark.. Then do it again..

This below pic shows what is about 100′ from where we’re holing up..

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Day after tomorrow I’m heading to another lake..

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What’s All The Buzz About?

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The Whole Famn Damily

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A Trophy Taken by Camera

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Card Carrying Moose?

“The only place in Maine where moose arrive right on schedule for nature shoots is at Baxter State Park. The reason? Those moose are considered state employees and their activities are strictly governed by their 80-page union contract. At other well-known “moose venues” like Rangeley and Moosehead, the moose schedules are much more casual and seeing one is hit or miss, so good luck.”<<<Read More>>>

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Mile 462 Alaska Highway

This is where travelers can find the Northern Rockies Lodge.

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Photo by Al Remington

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