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Psalm 19:1-4 KJV

"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun,"

To me the verses above means that when you look at the stars and moon at night (when its clear and free from light pollution) we should know that GOD made the heaven, the universe, the earth, and the moon for us. Why? So we may know Him and enjoy His creations.

 

View of our hill.

This is the view from the left of our house. Notice our muddy driveway. I get stuck sometimes especially when sun's shining because the snow will be melting and the driveway gets very muddy.

Bambi Times 2

Bambi Times Two

This was taken at the back of our home 20 feet away spring of 2011. The mama was 5 feet ahead of them. These 2 were playing yet cautious and always look at their mother.

 

3 Deer

These deer were resting beside the pine trees across our house

 

Buck

The Buck

This Picture was taken at the side of our home on the hill 15 feet away. This buck was with several females and baby deer.

Doe

The Doe

Big Horn Sheep

Big Horn Sheep

This photo was taken beside hwy 96

 

2 Bucks

This photo was taken accros from our home on the hill. These two were part of a big herd. The buck on the left is younger than the one on the right. They got along well.

 

Big horns grazing highway 96

Big horns grazing by highway 96

 

Colorado Winter

Winter in Colorado

This picture was taken in front of our home one snowy day. This was not a bad day. We have one over 18 inches and when its really bad we can not go to town without calling our snow plow guy.