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Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Al's Dream


 

15 comments:

  1. Hay sueños que podrian ser pesadillas para los flamencos.
    Saludos !!

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  2. Hope Al's dream didn't fall apart just like the little house behind the board. Is a nice combination though.

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  3. Someone's dream has ended with that house.

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  4. Eating, yes, but if I had to hunt... an apple it would be!

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  5. If Al's dream is hunting I won't share it!

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  6. About your comment: in the late 70ies there were around 80 fishrmen in my town. Now there are only 5 left. I mean , people whose work is fishing. The boats were out for work, as I always take my pics early in the morning.

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  7. É sempre bom, saber a direção dos nossos sonhos!
    Belíssimo blog, que tantos detalhes interessantes nos permite conhecer do Dakota do Sul! Adorei!!!
    Também temos um blog de fotografia, se nos desejar visitar, estamos em artandkits.blogspot.com e adoraríamos a sua presença.
    Um grande abraço! Votos de continuação de uma feliz semana, estimando que tudo esteja bem, aí desse lado!
    Ana

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  8. ...I hope that the hunting is better than how the building looks. Thanks for sharing and take care.

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  9. The old house would need a lot of work.

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  10. Maybe Al is hunting for a new house.:)

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  11. Un sueño un tanto deteriorado pero después de todo, sueño.
    Abrazo

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  12. A thought provoking capture TFG ✨

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  13. Does he run a hunt camp? I have mixed feelings about hunting. I hate trophy hunting! But "varmint" hunting is necessary to protect crops. Ever try to keep groundhogs out of your garden?

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