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2010-11-23



happy cows
I consider this view to be so normal that I never snap a picture. But because I'm still technically homeless and nomadic I figured I'd throw it up on my blog. Take a peak inside the Zimmerman barn.



The Cabin
Welcome to Park Falls, WI. The log cabin on the right was built by spunky homesteaders forever ago. Apparently, a flying squirrel now calls it home. The "new" cabin on the left was drug up the road and into place at some later date.



Good night North Woods!
The Butternut Creek flows through the North Forty. I thought it would be fun to walk through the tag alders down to the creek. I was wrong.

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