Month: February 2014

Cabin Fever

It is February 25, 2014…and it is minus fifteen degrees with 6″ of fresh new snow! Aarrgggh! Will it never end? After 6 solid months of snow piled on the ground…ice…wind…and sub zero temperatures,  I am throwing up my hands in surrender! I thought winter would be easier if it just came and stayed until […] Read more…

The Rose

One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today. Dale Carnegie Read more…

Fall in the Tetons

“The mountain has left me feeling renewed, more content and positive than I’ve been for weeks, as if something has been given back after a long absence, as if my eyes have opened once again. For this time at least, I’ve let myself be rooted in the unshakable sanity of the senses, spared my mind […] Read more…

Silver Back Grizzly Bear

I couldn’t believe our luck coming across this Silver Back Grizzly in the meadow in Yellowstone Park! Oh, how I was wishing I had a longer lens! It would have made for a better picture and I would have felt more comfortable since he was moving towards us. The last time I saw a bear […] Read more…

Ready to Begin

While sitting on the side of the street in Durant, WY aka Buffalo WY, we were watching the crowd that was gathering for a street dance as part of the celebration of Walt Longmire Days this past summer. There had been a book signing, and a meet and greet with the cast members of the […] Read more…

Sagebrush in the Spring

Who doesn’t love the Tetons or Jackson, WY? It doesn’t matter what season it is, It is beautiful there…majestic, peaceful, invigorating, intimidating, calming…all at the same time. There is nothing like watching a bear in the wild (from a distance) or getting a good look at a moose in the water, watching a beaver build […] Read more…