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Aleena

Wow! Gorgeous photos!

Nancy

I love this time of year and the beauty presented to those who brave the elements to see it.

Lois Evensen

How very beautiful! All of the images are wonderful and I love that quilt barn at the end.

Vee

What a beautiful property you have. It is good to enjoy and appreciate your lovely views. No weiner roasts? No marshmallows at your bonfire?

TexWisGirl

you live in wonderful wisconsin wonderland. love the frost photos. poor sadie. :)

Ann

Wow. Your property is beautiful, especially dressed in winter white and crystals. Looks pretty cold, too.

Carol

Wonderful pictures! Here's wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year.

EG CameraGirl

Oh, I DO love bonfires! Love the hoar frost!

Bev

What beautiful winter pictures.... good for my soul this winter:)....We spent first winter's day in the sun and pool....so I enjoyed your winter pictures...while I enjoy the warmth.... Glad you are feeling better... I know the feeling...my first week here in the south... I was very ill as well!!! You realize how important health is!!

Becky Moran

So beautiful! Love red barns and barn quilts!

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