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Spring in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve

The Kickapoo Valley Reserve

 

Happy First Anniversary!

May 27, 2014

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4 thoughts on “Spring in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve

    1. Thank you … and the photo above the Queen Anne’s Lace is one of the plants I can’t identify. One of my favs as well. I’m sure when I do find out I’ll hit myself in the forehead, lol! 🙂

  1. So glad you dropped by my blog today. Haven’t connected in a while. I’m following your blog but it seems all notifications go to junk mail and I forget to check. Thanks for the reminder that you’re still around. … Your nature photography is spectacular! I’m going to keep your blog open for a while and check out more of your posts. Thanks again for stopping by my blog “Musings of a Horse Mom.” … Take care and nurture what you love … Dorothy 🙂

    1. Very happy to here from you. I have a lot of catching up to do. Maggie sustained a stifle injury this spring so I’ve been spending half my time doing rehab and exercise on her. Just found out it will take longer than expected, so plans are being reworked for the winter. I will also catch up with you over the next week or so. Take care. 🙂

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