October 4, 2014
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Irving is our deer this fall; he is a young buck. We first spied our pal chomping on the broccoli in the garden.
Now he is a fixture under the crab apple tree, chomping down the fallen fruit.
We took our German foreign exchange student down to Yellowstone last Sunday where the buffalo roam.
And feed to fatten up for the winter.
We saw a water fall or two.
And geysers of course.
And a thermal area known as the Paint Pots.
We don't need national parks for outstanding views. This perspective is from Blake's classmate's home up Bearclaw Lane looking down the valley into town (Bozeman).
On the other side, away from town, we can see one of Warren Buffett's trains chugging around the bend and up the mountain.
And the gateway to Bozeman is a rock formation known as the nose, or George Washington in repose.
Have a great day and good luck to all!