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How To Have A Beautifully Landscaped Yard
July 22, 2015, 8:23 pm
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Great Furniture Tips

178877742Simple changes can affect anyone’s life. Whether it’s in your diet, exercise routine or even taking time to de-stress, you will feel better afterward. The same goes for landscaping and using the tips in this article can be the first steps towards fixing the look of your home, starting on the outside.

If you create a garden that is used in all seasons, you will get the most from it. Pick plants that can bloom in every season, depending on your area. To make your yard look interesting throughout the year, you can employ evergreens or trees with unusual foliage.

It is generally a good idea to evaluate the sunlight that is available to you before you start landscaping. This way you can plan what sort of plants will go where so that they receive the optimal amount of sunlight. You don’t want to have plants die because of too…

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No Services
July 1, 2015, 4:31 pm
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Looking Out the Window

There are many exits in Montana marked No Services.   I get asked about this by visitors who imagine they know what it is, but have a hard time getting their mind around that a place with no services exists.


It is exactly what you imagine it is is no gas station, no convenience store with food, no bathroom (latrine or flush), no motel, or anything else.   Odds are the place doesn’t even have a post office that you can stop and ask for help.   You know all those standard blue signs you see on the interstate with the universal motorist services, well this exit  has none of that.

Even in the city I suspect that not ever exit off the interstate has services. I suspect some of them are for residential areas without services.   If you live there you know that the Oak Street exit does not have a…

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Montana Summer Storm 2
July 1, 2015, 4:28 pm
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Tau Zero


Thunderstorm near Great Falls, Montana…

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