Left out

Left out to die a slow death

I got in late last night from North Dakota. Our family gathering was great as was my big ride in the big country. I thought we’d get in earlier yesterday and that I’d have time to process a bunch of images. But…That did not happen.  I am cooked and my mind and body feel like that old rusted out tractor on the hill left out to die a slow death. I may be back later today or tonight with a full post, otherwise it will be tomorrow.

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