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Jean and I arrived back in Dallas last Saturday. After leaving South Dakota and Mt. Rushmore we worked our way across the state to Sioux Falls and then headed south on I-29. A week or so earlier, I’d made plans … Continue reading
Jean arrived Saturday afternoon in Great Falls. We did lunch and headed for Lewistown, MT for a bed and breakfast there. It was about 5 miles outside of Lewistown on 20 acres. It was very quiet. After a great breakfast … Continue reading
I was up at 5am this morning to shoot sunrise. Sunrise didn’t come, however, where I located until after 6am. It gave me time to scout out where I wanted to shoot from. I went back to Vermillion Lakes at … Continue reading
The rain departed and the sun came out. I headed out to the Vermillion Lakes at the edge of Banff to take some pictures. No particular dialogue here. Just a couple of pictures. Yesterday I shot these near Jasper….note the … Continue reading
I started to edit this post and the library system I’m on went down. So we’ll try it again. I’m in Banff and it’s raining. Yesterday, I entered Jasper National Park which is north of Banff and even though it … Continue reading
And as an added bonus, you get three postings today. I’ve got a seat staked out at McDonald’s in Dawson Creek and I’m not giving it up! Let’s go back to Denali for this one. As I’ve said, you can … Continue reading
So I head south out of Watson Lake and about 20 minutes down the road I start seeing the droppings from what I assumed was bison….but no bison. I drove on..about 2 hours… and when I had just about given … Continue reading
One of the big concerns through the northwest…Canada and Alaska…is bears getting at our food. As they say, “A fed bear is a dead bear.” If a bear connects humans with food it can easily translate into an attack. If … Continue reading
One of the things you get to do while driving long distances is think about what you said in your posting and what you wish you had said. I’ve done a lot of that. As of right now, I’m close … Continue reading