Sundogs out

Still blustery below

Topsy turvy day

So hard not to edit just a titch but hey that’s the deal here – raw stuff


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    1. We awoke to no visibility and a howling wind. Then it cleared as the sun came up but the wind never ceased. The clouds rolled in, out, in and out and finally the wind has now calmed down. Typical prairie day.
      Thanks for the comment.


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