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Old Jun 8, 2013, 12:26 PM   #1
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Here's some that were in my yard. It was a banner Spring for the Montana State flower, the Bitterroot!
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Old Jun 8, 2013, 12:28 PM   #2
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A couple more.
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Wow Carol it looks like your yard is a rainbow of colors. Nice series and very well taken.

Nice to have you posting.

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Jim, Thank you! It's been a very wet Spring, so the wildflowers have been plentiful in the yard.

Sorry for my absence; my yellow Lab Juneau had 6 growths removed from her eyelids, and one was cancerous, so every minute has been concentrated on her. She just got the cone to protect the incisions removed this morning, after 12 days of wearing it! She is a happy girl!
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Jim, Thank you! It's been a very wet Spring, so the wildflowers have been plentiful in the yard.

Sorry for my absence; my yellow Lab Juneau had 6 growths removed from her eyelids, and one was cancerous, so every minute has been concentrated on her. She just got the cone to protect the incisions removed this morning, after 12 days of wearing it! She is a happy girl!
Hope everything works out for Juneau Carol.

Like to see a shot of Juneau sometime.

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Here's Juneau. This was well before the surgeries. Right now her poor face looks pretty beat up. When she heals I'll post more of her.
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Some more wildflowers.
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Juneau is a fine looking dog Carol. How old is Juneau?

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She will be 9 this September. This is the very first time she's been away from home, so it was very hard on her, as well as on me!
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Carol, your flower shots are beautiful but I'm really touched by your post of Juneau. She looks like such a sweet girl, I hope she is doing better. Please keep us posted, and give her a few scratches for me.
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