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Old 12-10-2013, 09:49 PM   #41
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The snow/sand drifts were a little sketchy. Some were mostly sand and some were mostly snow. But you only found out it was mostly snow when you hit it and sank. They all looked like mostly sand on the surface. This one was shallow.



The sand is blown up high enough to touch the wires here.







Some interesting wind blown patterns.



Bob grabbed my camera and took some pics of me throwing roost as the sun was getting low.











Sunday morning about sunrise. Disregard the 40 F as that was when I first put the batteries in the outside sensor when it was inside the heated trailer. That's the last pic I have.

It was a good time and we had the whole place to ourselves.

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