We are back from Spring Break in Kauai and are thinking of Summer. The snow has all but melted off the valley floor here in Moose and migration is in full swing. There are still Moose on the flats (looking a little mangy) and I have seen pronghorn and lots of elk. Sunshine and I have been stopped three days in a row for large herds to cross. I caught this one on my phone, not particularly professional, but I thought worth sharing!
We are looking forward to things turning green! See you this summer?!!
What a stunning event! We are so lucky to live here and then to have a total eclipse! I am also lucky because I continue to avoid thoughts and beliefs set in concrete.
Like many I originally succumbed to the worry that the number of people and possible problems were going to be a real pain. But in talking with friends the “grumpy old man attitude” didn’t feel right. Fortunately,I started thinking about who was coming instead of how many. I realized that they would tend to be well educated, they would be making a meaningful effort to come to a science infused experience, and had to plan prior to the event. I came around to the fact that “These are my people”. When an Idaho friend mentioned there would be a hippie element involved that just made me repeat “These are my people”!
As No Trespassing signs were going up elsewhere, I mowed an area adjacent to Antelope Flats Road and bought makings for a couple of gallons of Mimosas. By Monday morning when the Park appeared w…