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3 Parks - 1 Week

During the first week of August, my sister came home from Denver and brought a friend from Australia with her. We started our journey in Cody, WY and from there planned an epic road trip through Yellowstone to the the Grand Tetons and eventually north to Glacier Park. 1,499 more words



A lone bison in the distance in the Hayden Valley area of Yellowstone National Park.

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Ltr. re: "Predator Politics,"

No, the existing Mexican wolf program does NOT meet the needs of wolves– it never has– because it never  been  about the wolves:  It’s about  decades of shameful genuflecting  & appeasing the wolf-destroying minority special interests: the Livestock and Hunting Lobbies, which are often one and the same. 203 more words


Pond Report

There’s a very new, very small pond in our garden. Raw at first, it filled gradually with rainwater. Then, before we had even decided what to do with it, nature began to move in. 82 more words


Solar eclipse’s tides blamed for broken net, up to 305,000 Atlantic salmon dumped into waters near San Juans


Originally published August 22, 2017 at 7:00 am Updated August 22, 2017 at 11:32 am

Lummi fishers out for chinook were shocked to find Atlantic salmon in their nets Sunday and Monday after an escape of an unknown number of Atlantic salmon from a Cooke Aquaculture net pen operation off Cypress Island. 618 more words


2017 Summer Summary

Despite little news from this blog, we are still busily keeping on.  We’re still gardening, still picking fruit, still trapping raccoons.  Somethings just never change. 333 more words


“Yellow-collared Scape Moth” - Cisseps fulvicollis

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”
– Marcel Proust

It seems to be butterfly and bug week for me. 193 more words