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Old May 2, 2011, 10:05 PM   #1
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Not a typical clothesline, the caribou skins are used as mattress covers and are being aired out on this fine spring day. (only -5C today)
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Old May 2, 2011, 11:13 PM   #2
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Evening Ira,

It looks like that there is a pair of "long Johns" hanging up over on the left hand side. I really like the shot - as it reminds me of my Mom's clothes line back at the old house. She hated it when we left the close pins out on the lines and not taking them off and putting them in the bag.

I like the observation - "on this fine spring day. (only -5C today) ".

My wife is trying to resist from turning on the AC - hoping to at least reach June. The nights are still cooling off, so it makes the days a very bearable 90.

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Sounds like you might have a day with a high above freezing soon. I love the picture! It's hard to imagine seeing such temperatures when the high tomorrow is supposed to be 92F (sigh!). Not so sure I'm ready for summer.
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Old May 4, 2011, 10:52 PM   #4
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These are very interesting photos Ira. Your current setting reminds me never to complain again about how long our winters are in Vermont. It took what seemed like a very long time but the grass is finally greening up, and few trees are starting to leaf out. I'm pretty sure you told us that there are no trees at all in your area, and it appears that you still have a while to wait to see any green growth at all!
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Old May 6, 2011, 6:15 AM   #5
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You continue to amaze me with each new view of this very different place, very different conditions, and the ingenuity of the people who survive/thrive there! Thanks for sharing!
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