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November 2021 Photo Gallery

Debbie Burnside shared this lilac bush growing in her parents’ backyard, in Flom.

Lots of gorgeous longhorns on Texas ranches where Sue Taylor, of Hitterdal, and her husband stopped to watch them many times last winter.

Looking out his window last May, James Hamm captured this pink sunrise, over Twin Lake, at 5 a.m.

Look at all these very hungry caterpillars, Cheryl Barry found chowing down on a milkweed blossoms near Underwood.

Rachel (Arvidson) Denny reflected upon a bucolic barn scene near Parkers Prairie.

Old barns with barn quilts are always interesting. Photo by Sharla Bengtson of Wood Lake.

White beet found growing among the red in Tintah. Beets of all sizes, and even this white beet were used for Kat Becker’s pickled beet recipe.

Gail Kloos wanted to share a picture of her excited grandson Jaxon, after he caught his first fish on Ten Mile Lake, near Dalton.

In Foreston, Lynette Nelson’s apple tree had a good crop of mushrooms growing.

Eileen Hanson, of Alexandria, was reading with nature, while enjoying the sunset on Lake Andrew this fall.

It doesn’t get much better than a sunset over Lake Minnewaska and a bonfire during September. Sent by Caryl Nelson.

Carolyn Enstad sends summer beauty, in the form of a butterfly going about its business, from Walnut Grove.

Pam Zinken, of Hinckley, made sure to catch a picture of her 90 year old dad Arnie, when he bravely offered to participate in a water fight this past summer, during an activity at his senior living residence, in Sauk Rapids.

Jeff and Joellen Stave had three turkey stop over for a drink in their Brainerd yard.

Many beautiful lakes scenes were found this fall including Mill Lake, near Alexandria when Michael French, of Zimmerman, took this picture.

A baby snapping turtle is more fun to play with than an adult snapper. This one was found by Karen Kurth of Hutchinson.

Gloria Maser Bjerke does some cloud spotting from her backyard deck in Portland, Oregon. She calls this one “All Doggies go to Heaven.”

The bright berries on this mountain ash attracted John Pfeiffer, of New Ulm, as well as the birds that come along in fall to eat almost all of its berries.

Near the Waite Park Library, in mid-September, a cloud obscured the sun, as DeVonne Koppenberg watched a storm approached.

Cruising along on his Goldwing, Ron Lahr watched for cool farms on a loop from Maple Grove to Buffalo and back again.

Colleen Woods saw a hummingbird hitchin’ a ride on her bear garden ornament, in Cold Spring.

A creepy molting cardinal for your viewing enjoyment. Photo shared by Al Batt, of Hartland.

On the way to Babbitt, Kristie Flachmeyer just had to turn around to get pictures when she saw this outstanding Veteran’s Memorial with flags placed to remember those who died.

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