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October 19, 2012

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Beautiful place!!! And I love the twigloo - you are really having an adventure! Were they selling wildflower seeds as well? If so, I imagine you bought some for your yard.

Glad I was holding my breath, it is breath taking, I love the natural settings, Loved the twigloo! Thanks for the tour. The next time you are here there is an arboretum east of Phoenix. Here is the website, its worth the drive.

http://arboretum.ag.arizona.edu/index.html

As RB has probably told you we are enjoying such great weather, but its going to start to cool earlier in the evenings now, so I can't have dinner with the bunnies :-(

Hugsjeanie, from the owl house

How much can you love a place like this..... and the twigloo... what a great structure. What was it used for? I would imagine it is NOT a shelter from the rain!.. I am off to the link you left for us. And as always, I am wowed by my trip to your Friday post. I LOVE fridays!

love it.. I want to go.

¬°Ojo de pollo!

(Note from Candice: Travis tells me those were teeny yellow flowers that grow close to the ground: "eye of chicken" is the translation. You might be able to see some if you look real close.)

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