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Poi Happens Baseball Cap246 viewsThe caps were great, but they were difficult to sell. Most people (including me) think that a baseball cap is really a gimme cap --- as in "gimme, for free."
Affectionate Donkeys144 viewsPedro and Geofredo nuzzling one another. They're standing right by the opening of the gate on the 11 acre field. Trying to escape?
Tamworth Boar, Waiting for the Vet4383 viewsThe best way we could think of isolating the Tamwroth boar so the vet could check his back leg was to lure him into the stock trailer with food. In the end, he managed to push open the metal gate and escape.
Nordkapp - Norway128 viewsMarjorie, Chase, and her friend Mandy at Nordkapp -- theoretically the most northern part of Europe. This photograph was taken at midnight, hence the yellow glow of the midnight sun.
Nordkapp - North Cape - Norway197 viewsThe midnight sun (photographed at midnight) from the most northerly part of Europe. "The North Cape was named by English explorer Richard Chancellor in 1553 when he passed the cape in the search for a Northeast passage. From then on, it was occasionally visited by daring explorers who climbed the steep cliff face to the plateau; famous visitors include King Oscar II of Norway in 1873 and Thailand's King Chulalongkorn in 1907. Today, the North Cape is a major tourist attraction."
The Midnight Sun at Nordkapp, Norway82 viewsPhotographed at midnight, showing the sun still above the horizon at the most northern point of Europe.
Nordkapp -- North Cape -- Norway88 viewsThe monument at Nordkapp, the most northerly part of Europe. Photographed at midnight.
The View From Our Hotel in Northern Norway142 viewsThe brown industrial building is the rest of our hotel. We were in the "annex" on the top of the hill. Can you imagine four (or so) months of cold darkness here?
Chester and Christopher69 viewsChester is an escape artist --- here he's trying to escape the pool. Unsuccessfully.
Yellow Rubber Duckie66 viewsWe purchased this huge floating rubber duckie at the pool chemical company. The yellow duckie wants out of the indoor pool room.
Woodman's Cottage - Compacted Gravel172 viewsThe excavation of about 4 inches of soil completed. The gravel has been spread and compacted, so it's almost as solid as the road. Photographed on the morning of September 19 2006. Nigel Roberts, from Albion Landscapes standing proudly with his shovel.
Compacting the Gravel146 viewsIn the front of Woodman's Cottage, morning of September 19 2006. A beautiful, sunny, warm monring. This work was done for us by Albion Landscapes. They were the lowest of three bidders I contacted. They were very fast, and they did an excellent job.
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