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April 29, 2010


I find myself doing the same thing. I work on a farm that grows (mainly) alfalfa and chili. As hay season has just hit full swing and I find myself working more than eating and sleeping, I dream of backcountry getaways more and more. http://joshuajayg.smugmug.com/Camping/South-San-Juan-Backpacking/IMG0151/609122929_8vmEH-M.jpg I am actually sitting in the coffee shop after running away from work for the afternoon and brough my map of the San Juan Wilderness with me to plan a trip as soon as I get a week off. Some places it is weather, here it is agriculture for me.


Really beautiful shot. I got turned on to your blog by Jay Friesen and I've really been enjoying your images and words. Nice stuff.

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