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Yard Critters

Cool spring mornings often offer up somewhat sleepy butterflies and dragonflies, making them the perfect mornings for a walk in the yard. Treebeard and I enjoyed our breakfast and then took a ramble through the sunny parts of our property. We didn't venture into the mature woods, we just ambled along the yard and old field sections. I thought you might enjoy seeing what we saw.
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