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Friday, April 7, 2017

Friday Foto Friends

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It's  time for Friday Foto Friends.  Click the button above and you can join in with us. Hubby and I enjoying heading out on Saturdays and driving back roads and seeing what we can see.  Here are some photos we've taken over the last couple of weeks.

Pheasant we saw running along the edge of the road

If finally must have got tired of running and went into hiding

I've never seen a round barn before.  Isn't it pretty?

Burial site of Annie Oakley and her husband Frank Butler.  They died just a few weeks apart.  Rumor has it that she was cremated and then when he died her ashes were put in one of her shooting trophies and buried with him.  They said he died from a broken heart after she died.

This is a red headed woodpecker at our bird feeder.  It's not the greatest picture because the screen is on the window.  He always hangs off the feeder like this when he eats.

Covered bridge we came across the other day.  It's in Houston Woods State Park
I so love driving around our state and exploring things I've never seen before.

6 comments:

  1. Ahhh- I wonder if that's true about Annie Oakley.
    Those headstones look so new though - do they refresh them or something?
    I'd love to do photos on that covered bridge!!!

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  2. Not sure if I've seen a round barn either, but I do love old barns, old houses and covered bridges.

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  3. The pheasants you have there are gorgeous. So different from the ones we have here in Minnesota. Round barns are so unusual. It's very rare to see them. The one you saw looks like it is impeccable condition.

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  4. I enjoyed all your pictures and found the story about Annie Oakley and Frank Butler very interesting.

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  5. Loved the pheasants photos and the round barn. I haven't seen one in years.

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  6. Beautiful fotos.... Very interesting facts about Anni Oakley and her husband. I can't believe you were so close to me recently. We're only about 20 minutes away from Douglas Dam. Next time..... šŸ˜Š Thanks for linking up and sharing!

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