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10 Adventures in Texas' Hidden Hill Country.

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Owl;I would love this to be on my back porch! or barn.

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A place I would enjoy being.

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looks a little long horn

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Laurie Search

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cades cove tenn..

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Beautiful!

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Done! Beautiful!

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Graceful Stairway love this spot.

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.i would love this in my yard.

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Can nature come up with colors like those?

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Graceful Stairway

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amazing

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winter so cold and lonely; but yet the feeling you have is great!

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Koi pond I can imagine myself sitting right there next to the tree.

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.The adirondack mountains are just as lovely as this.

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Belvedere

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Feels like its pulling me in

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    Amanda Bain-Ansley

    Makes me want to write a story

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    yes; there is a story in this picture.

Stunning!

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Ned

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Hike around Yosemite (maybe even fly fish a little!)

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Cows

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The dingo has lived in Australia for much longer than any other introduced animal. Still, it didn't evolve here. Dingos were introduced at least 3500 years ago. The wild dogs had become an integral part of the Outback environment, but when white settlers arrived here, and brought their sheep, and there was a clash of interests, the hunter became the hunted. Dingo numbers are steadily declining, so much so that dingos could become extinct within just a few decades. And that means we would be losing our best weapon in the fight against the most destructive feral predators and pests: cats, foxes and rabbits. Not a very promising outlook for native Australian desert animals...

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Texas -- my homeland -- with all its problems, I still gotta love it.

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