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Attention:  The apparent lack of posts is due to my current level of activity in both work and fun things.  I assure you the relationship between blog, life and the ratio that they share will continue which, in turn, paints a future riddled with, hopefully, glorious posts.  One must consider that the less time I spend on here equates to more photos from out there, wherever that may be.  In the case of this post I found myself exploring the hills of Dayboro in search of an ideal location to enjoy activities based in fun and relaxation, a location that to be put simply would be ideal.  








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she tried to run, did not get far

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made purchase of the foreground pines but did not consume, qualmed.


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