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my boys...and the tree









While my camera is still missing...the latest vicitim to the Burmuda Triangle effect happening around here...I took the annual fall photos with my cell phone.  I so miss my camera...but I'm pleased that we were able to get photos taken before it became cold and the wind/rain came through.
The little yellow tree makes me smile each year...it's my favorite one on our property.

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  1. Such handsome boys! Wonderful photos! I hope you find your camera soon.

    Blessings & Aloha!
    (I also love trees...how they look and also when I was little, I loved climbing them...even now, when I see some of the huge trees like in Savannah...for some reason, I think how neat it would be to climb! haha but I havent done any tree climbing in a very long time :o)

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  2. Those are some cute boys there!

    I love the leaf background on your blog too -- it gets me in the autumnal spirit!

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