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Canola and Clouds

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Saturday July 6, 2013

Hazen, ND (Current Weather Conditions)

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2. bbend
4:52 PM GMT on July 10, 2013
It's a beautiful crop, when it's blooming but it's also kind of smelly- it's in the cabbage family. The flax is just beginning to bloom with it's water-like blue color so if you have both of them side by side it is really nice.

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1. IA2VA
10:35 AM GMT on July 10, 2013
Well this does bring color to ND. Sunny yellow as far as the eye can see. Will put on ''the bucket'' list!
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bbend

From the small town of Martin, which is located in central North Dakota. I keep busy with commercial painting, grow small fruits and vegetables for sale, am the city assessor for Martin and I'm the new American Family Insurance agent in Harvey. Lots of stuff to learn in my new endeavor! One of my hobbies is taking pictures, which hopefully will dispel some misguided ideas that ND is a boring, flat, and always cold and snowy state!

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