Uprooted Magnolia

Squaw Mountain and Moon

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 26, 2017

The wind is bringing us a little snow storm today.

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I don’t mind snow, but I prefer this.

I want Fall to hang on a little longer.


 

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Songs of Autumn

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 11, 2017

The sky is a busy highway with Sandhill Cranes flying from pond to pond, same with the geese. Seems all of the creatures are scurrying around getting ready for winter.

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I took a walk through the meadows now that the biting bugs have all gone.

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All that is left is tall grass swaying in the breeze and red-winged blackbirds swarming, swooping, and singing the songs of autumn.

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The meadows will be full of cattle once we bring them home from the mountains this week. I love fall time in Wyoming.


 

Harvest Moon

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on October 6, 2017

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Our Harvest Moon peeked out from the clouds last night. It was a beautiful sight.

Happy Friday!


 

BARk- Kindness Ranch

Posted in Local, Photography, Ranching by leahyetter on October 3, 2017

I continue to sit here with a huge lump in my throat after hearing the heartbreaking news of the senselessness in Las Vegas. The evil that this person unleashed is unfathomable and my heart aches for the victims and their family and friends. And yesterday I just sat here, numb, trying to process. So today I thought I would share a project I worked on this summer to remind myself, and to share with you, that there are still good people in the world with this glimpse into some goodness here in the tiny town of Hartville, Wyoming.
Kindness Ranch and Animal Sanctuary is a safe haven for former laboratory research animals to be rehabilitated and if all goes well, be adopted into a loving home. The article in the fall issue of BARk Magazine by Rebecca Wallick focuses on the great people that work and volunteer on the ranch as well as some pretty awesome animals. I hope you will take the time to read it. It will give you all the feels that you may be needing right about now.
Click on any of the article illustrations below to see a legible version of the story. I hope you enjoy this.
Love and Peace,
Leah

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