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Dear Fellow Bloggers,

Why not check out my 3rd installment of my blog Adventures in time?

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http://adventuresintime3.wordpress.com/

~Tom

Ames Noel Park January 20, 2012

Today my son Zak had a movie date with his Girlfriend Kathryn, So Brett and I decided to take advantage of one of the last warm days to venture out. We ended up at Ames Noel Park, a local place with trails and nature, and everything outdoorsy…

Brett had his camera and I was reduced to my phone’s camera, I managed a few great shots however. We hiked a new path and discovered a new area, love when that happens! One thing I enjoy about New England is the rock wall boundary lines from days of old, we saw many yards where the boundary’s were definitely set, and a few spots where the walls were broken to maintain a path.

Additionally I found a used bottle of “Doe Urine” Might I add there is no hunting allowed? With the sound of gun shots in the distance and the fight against the early winter setting sun we were quick and stealth like, yet took our time to engage with nature! Hope you enjoy the pictures…

Borderland State Park January 14, 2012 ~Brett’s Pictures~

The following are Brett’s Pictures! We try to capture as much of nature as we can when we venture out with the camera’s. For the better part of 30 minutes or so he was focused on this one bird who was taunting him and playing with him very mischievously. It would dart into view and dart away again, as if playing hide and seek with him. It was actually quite comical to watch. All in all He captured a few great shots as well.

Borderland State Park January 14, 2012 ~Tom’s Pictures~

Today we had a very busy morning, after our appointments and such we took Brett’s dogs for a walk. After we returned we decided to take advantage of the spring like day with the temperature in the 60’s F, how could we not? We went to a local State Park. Borderland, home of the Ames Mansion. Our camera’s accompanied us on our journey. Playing with the settings and shots, color enhancements, and even the panorama function we captured a few great pictures, and a few crappy ones as well. This post is broken into two separate posts: Tom’s Pictures and Brett’s Pictures…

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