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I was out there yesterday. Here is my brother and his family. They might come out and settle in on a couple of acres. They have cattle, pigs, chickens, goats and, I think, a horse.

Note the thick trees.

One pic is of the dried up creek. After a heavy snow, and then fast melt combined with heavy rain - still dry. I'll fix that.
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No potential there. What were you thinking?

That looks AWESOME.
 
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What's the elevation?
 
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Thanks for the pictures Paul ! Looks awesome. When you get going someone will have to start, and keep up, a projects thread in the projects forum.
 
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Jordan Lowery wrote:What's the elevation?



About 3300 feet.
 
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More pics from yesterday.

Going back today with Montana plant books in hand to brush up on my plant i.d. skills.
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Arrowleaf Balsam Root
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Paul & Jocelyn
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Lots of spring blossoms - saskatoon/serviceberry/juneberry
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Looks like currants
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example of many native wildflowers
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wild strawberries in bloom
 
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Thanks Jocelyn, it is great to see pictures !
 
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The land looks awesome! I'm so happy that your dream is coming to fruition! I can't wait to see your amazing ideas come to life!

Julie
 
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awesome pictures!
 
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TL doesn't know it yet, but she's fixing to sing! Paul, you look at peace except for the thousand ideals flowing through your head.
 
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