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If you look closely through the window to the left, you’ll see Halloween pumpkins hanging from a coat rack. These have run all day& night, for at least the last couple of weeks.
My mom’s cookbook from 1968. The gingerbread men are kind of creepy looking now!
Put up the tree tonight. No idea how to get a decent photo of it in all its lit up glory.
Last night, we all watched Food, Inc. The movie’s tag line is: You’ll never look at dinner the same way. Tonight we tried Free-Range, Never Confined to a Feedlot, Ground Beef, purchased, oddly enough, at Target. Sprouts didn’t have any!(To … Continue reading
Auntie Stone Cabin outside of the Fort Collins Museum.
Another envelope from Hong Kong today. Had to use a flash and it shows.
This snowman is a point of contention apparently. The homeowner’s board believes it is a seasonal display and should be removed. It’s actually flat stepping stones, that one would never notice if they weren’t in the guys driveway looking down … Continue reading
Just when I start to think of think Fort Collins as a city… along comes the tractor behind the 4-star Hilton Hotel, baling hay.
Roe warming up at Bohemian Nights. Or maybe the Epilogues. I can’t remember. The trolley no longer runs this far, but the tracks remain.
Setting up the Old Town stage for Fort Collins’ biggest music festival of the year. 50 bands on 5 stages. We’ll be there!