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Here are just a few images I have taken around the RLazyJ Country Hideaway property and into the National Forest as well as on the Pine Ridge Recreation Area. I will be posting more here as I go along.

The past two years have been a whirlwind of weather. So there will be a variety of images and seasons on this post. I hope you enjoy the view and visit!

Fresh snow on Little Wolfe Ridge Panorama

Fresh snow on Little Wolf Ridge

Roberts' Trailhead

View overlooking Robert’s Tract, Nebraska Pine Ridge Recreational Area

Local ranchers bringing in their cattle down from the National Forest.

Local ranchers bringing their cattle down from the National Forest.

The view southeast from the top of Little Wolf Ridge Butte.

The view overlooking the National Forest from the top of Little Wolf Ridge Butte.

2012 Fire left scars and burned Ponderosa. Looking east from Little Wolf Ridge.

The 2012 Dawes County Complex fire left scars and burned Ponderosa. Looking east from Little Wolf Ridge.

Entrance to Roberts Trailhead. Cows are brought to pasture here.

Entrance to Roberts Trailhead. A variety of outdoor recreation begins here from hiking to hunting to horseback riding and day hikes.

 

RLazyJ Country Hideaway in the evening light.

RLazyJ Country Hideaway in the evening light.

windmill at Roberts Trailhead, part of the Pine Ridge National Recreation area.

Roberts Trailhead, part of the Pine Ridge National Recreation area.

dogs playing, The boys are ready to head down to the creek. Cottonwood and ash line the creek.

The boys are ready to head down to the creek. Cottonwood and ash line the creek.

Cottonwood and Ash Trees in fall autumn colors of greens, oranges and yellows.

Looking down into the creek area on the property. Cottonwood and ash trees provide great coverage for the wildlife and birds

Heavy snow and high winds cause widespread damage to the cottonwoods and ash trees.

Early heavy snow and high winds cause widespread damage to the cottonwoods and ash trees.

Nearby East Ash Creek of the Nebraska National Forest

Nearby East Ash Creek of the Nebraska National Forest, just minutes from the RLazyJ Country Hideaway, provides great opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.

Jake Merriam turkey

Bachelor Merriam’s turkeys out looking for a hen.

Old growth cottonwood tree

Just another beautiful cottonwood along our creek