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Looking North down Sarpy Creek.  Right at the very north edge of my place there is water in the creek sometimes.  As wet as it is this year there is a lot of water there.  I haven't seen this in quite a few years.  Taken 5/15/2007.
Looking North down Sarpy Creek. Right at the very north edge of my place there is water in the creek sometimes. As wet as it is this year there is a lot of water there. I haven't seen this in quite a few years. Taken 5/15/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
I know it is a little hard to see, but there is a bunch of mud bird nests in these rocks.  I had never seen so many in this particular spot before.  Taken 6/13/2007.
I know it is a little hard to see, but there is a bunch of mud bird nests in these rocks. I had never seen so many in this particular spot before. Taken 6/13/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous
I took this a while ago.  If you look real close you can see the cattle streaming down the road while cleaning out the Williams place.  Taken 9/7/2007.
I took this a while ago. If you look real close you can see the cattle streaming down the road while cleaning out the Williams place. Taken 9/7/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
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cranes03212005 (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Wildlife
The new baler arrived the other day.  Boy is it a massive and complicated piece of machinery.  I've spent two days setting it up and getting myself familiar with how it works.  The dealer is supposed to send somebody out to help get it running when some hay is ready to bale.  I have everything set up to hook up the computer system that comes with it but I decided to let the dealer's man do that.  If he blows it up, the dealer can pay for it then, not me.  It will be interesting learning how to run this monster.  Taken 6/2/2006.
The new baler arrived the other day. Boy is it a massive and complicated piece of machinery. I've spent two days setting it up and getting myself familiar with how it works. The dealer is supposed to send somebody out to help get it running when some hay is ready to bale. I have everything set up to hook up the computer system that comes with it but I decided to let the dealer's man do that. If he blows it up, the dealer can pay for it then, not me. It will be interesting learning how to run this monster. Taken 6/2/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming

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