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I think this is an old drill press located in the blacksmiths shop owned by Billy Liberty and operated from about 1898-1920's in Garnet Montana
The nearly 6' tall bellows in the old blacksmith's shop owned by Billy Liberty and operated from about 1892-1920's in Garnet Montana
Garnet Montana is host to a wonderfully preserved mining camp with about 20 buildings that you can go in and see how life was in the late 1800 to early 1900's
Garnet mining camp
The old mail center in Garnet Montana, waiting for letters that will never arrive.
Table for none
While setting up for a photo of the fountain a flower girl from a nearby wedding shoot floated by.
Walk this way
Foraging for dinner as we approach sunset
Ready for his closeup
one of the last shots of the day as the ducks became emboldened and were nearly underfoot by this time
This Mallard left the pond to start grooming as the sun was setting
That's close enough
This little one would only come so close to me
4's a crowd
A group of ducks taking in the sun as sunset nears
Get my good side
A lone Mallard enjoying the early evening sun
At the top of Mt. Spokane is the Vista House. Originally built in 1933 by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and renovated in 2002 by the State Park. It is open to the public year round.
Double crib barn
This Double crib barn is been estimated to have been built in the 1870's making it one of the oldest log structures in Spokane County.
Taken about a half an hour south of Spokane at around midnight
MilKy way 2
The Pend Oreille River 5
Mid day on the Pend Oreille River from Usk, Wa
The Pend Oreille River 4
The Pend Oreille River 3
The Pend Oreille River 2