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Conner Cabin photos

I just uploaded my first batch of photos from our new home in Conner, Montana. I’ll share them with you here, but first a note of discovery.

On our fourth trip back, I again drove 8 hours into a powerful head wind. Ma Nature is pointing out to me that I need to stay in Montana. “Quit returning to Idaho. Stay away from Kuna.” It is tiring, as if I personally, physically had to push the truck and trailer into the wind and up the hills all the way.

Upon arrival this time I found myself edgy and testy. Not my normal Mr. Congeniality. Hmmmm. What’s with that? I looked inside my head (don’t try this at home, kids) and discovered I really didn’t want to be here. I wanted to stay in Conner … for a long uninterrupted time… and that corner of Montana for an even longer uninterrupted time.

Okay. Understanding that, how do I get over this funk?

Everything in this house, shop and yard is FREE for the taking.
Anything you see that you want, you can pack up and take HOME to the Conner Cabin.
There is, by the way, A WHOLE LOT of stuff I really want, just kicking around this Kuna place right now.
For me, that view made my visit here a whole lot better.
I became reasonably pleasant to be around once again (in my opinion, I understand).

Now on to the first set of snapshots from Conner.
(right-click-hold and pull to the right to get to the next photo)

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