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My Photo Albums - Our Little House Being Built and the Sky and Land Around Us in 2010 and 2011 Part 2


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September 20, 2010

The travel trailer, our "Fridge Henge" and the mountain during a sunset and rainbow. This is the first night we spent on our land.

Sky and sun shining on land with our travel trailer, Bert's in-progress work area, Bert's truck and my car.
Image: a travel trailer, a white pickup truck, a gray car with a gray cloudy sky in Northern New Mexico

Sky and sun shining on land with rainbow; also with our travel trailer, Bert's in-progress work area, Bert's truck and my car.
Image: a travel trailer, a white pickup truck, a gray car with a gray cloudy sky in Northern New Mexico

Part of the rainbow more close-up.
Image: Dark clouds and a rainbow

Bert looking at the rainbow. Check out the sky!
Image: Man standing next to a travel trailer and a truck with dark clouds and a bit of a rainbow

Two Peaks. Otherwise known as Dos Orejas (Two Ears) with a piece of the rainbow.
Image: bumpy mountain with pinon and juniper trees in northern New Mexico

Image: bumpy mountain with pinon and juniper trees in northern New Mexico

Beautiful rainbow over Taos.
Image: Lovely mountains, clouds and a rainbow in northern New Mexico

A portion of The Sangre de Cristo mountains.
Image: Beautiful Mountains in northern New Mexico

The mountains. That's Wheeler peak toward the left and Taos Mountain toward the right.
Image: Beautiful Mountains in northern New Mexico

Spectacular sunset looking from our land, close-up.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow & dark clouds with a blue sky

Spectacular sunset looking from our land.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow & dark clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow & dark clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky and a mountain

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow & dark clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow & dark clouds with a blue sky

Mobile home and sunset looking the other direction - toward the east away from the setting sun.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Cool interesting clouds with sunset glowing on them in northern New Mexico.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Spectacular sunset.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

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September 20, 2010 - More trees on our Property

Our adorable tree that I transplanted. It seems happy!
Image: Tiny pine tree surrounded by rocks

Image: Tiny pine tree surrounded by rocks

Image: Tiny pine tree surrounded by rocks

Image: Tiny pine tree surrounded by rocks

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September 20, 2010 - More sunsets

Spectacular sunset in northern New Mexico, it looked a lot better in person.
Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

Image: Beautiful orange, yellow clouds with a blue sky

To the right of the Spectacular sunset facing south toward the extinct volcano "Three Peaks".
Image: Pretty gray, white and orang clouds with a mountain

To the right of the Spectacular sunset.
Image: Lovely fluffy gray, white and pink clouds

To the right of the Spectacular sunset - looking south - showing the mountain "Three Peaks".
Image: Lovely fluffy white and gray clouds in the evening

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September 20, 2010

The moon. Isn't it cool?!?
Image: Looking at the moon through gray clouds

To the right of the Spectacular sunset.
Image: dark clouds and part of the sunset

The almost full moon behind a light layer of clouds.
Image: Looking at the gray clouds and the moon in the evening

Our travel trailer, Bert's work area - the "fridge henge" - and the sky.
Image: a Travel trailer with a bunch of refrigerators in a circle with a roof, also with a dard cloudy sky

Our travel trailer, Bert's truck, my car and the sky. We had some gravel delivered a few days before this.
Image: A white travel trailer, Bert is getting something out of the back of his truck

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September 24, 2010 - I thought this was cool

Bert brought in some stuff from town that required him to remove the camper shell and strap everything to the top of his truck bed. He didn't realize that is had slipped. Thought it would make an interesting picture.
Image: Toyota Pickup Truck with camper top starting to fall off

Image: Toyota Pickup Truck with camper top starting to fall off

Image: Truck with camper top starting to fall off

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September 24 - 28, 2010

September 24, 2010, The platform for our addition to our home in progress.
Image: Travel trailer in the sagebrush desert with a platform in front

Image: Travel trailer in the sagebrush desert with a platform in front

Sept. 25, 2010 - A heart-shaped bunch of grass.
Image: "Tundra"-like grass - looking down at it - growing in the desert of northern New Meico

Sept. 26, 2010 - A cool Tarantula in our front yard. If they are too disturbed they give off a chemical that is slightly toxic but not deadly.
Image: Tarantula surrounded by gravel rocks

Sept. 28, 2010 - Looking through the door's window in the morning toward the west.
Image: Green door standing by itself - looking through the window at a house in the distance

Image: Green door standing by itself - looking through the window at a house in the distance

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September 28, 2010 - Our Travel Trailer and more little trees

Our trailer with platform for the front addition in progress.
Image: Travel trailer in northern New Mexico

Image: Travel trailer in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. Other side yard 10 inches tall. I did touch this one up with Photoshop; I lightened the background so you could see the tree.
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. Front yard 8 inches tall.
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. The other side yard. 10 inches tall.
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. A little bit down the hill almost 17 inches tall.
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. "The one I transplanted; about 8 inches tall".
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

Our trees in our yard. "West and a bit north of our building, 15 inches tall."
Image: Pine trees in northern New Mexico

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September 30, 2010

The house, attached to the trailer, going up and other various pics inside the house.

The building is going up!
Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Looking through the east-facing window.
Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

Image: A Wood framed house being built

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