Sunday, October 7, 2018

This Bull Elk seemed most unconcerned with my presence.  Barely looking up at me he continued on with his browsing in about 3 inches of snow.  He was accompanied by his harem of 9 cows and calves.  That is quite a different scenario being in Yellowstone as their counterparts are all under the gun outside the park with hunting seasons in full swing.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Apparantely I have exceeded my quota of posts on this site so I would urge all those following to join me on my facebook site where I continue daily my OUTDOOR ADVENTURES.

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The sun has risen lighting the badlands east of Dubois accentuating its canyons and spires.  It becons to one-Come and hike and explore and discover my many secrets, canyons and wildlife.  But come on my terms.  Be willing to leave all cares behind.  Be willing to sweep everyday work and appointments out of your mind and let yourself go.  Here you will find meaning within your life and be reluctant to leave.
It has been fun watching the wildlife that has shown up in our area such as this Mule Deer Buck who along with a number of does and fawns and one other two point buck.  They certainly have acted like they are in charge and what are we doing here?

Sunday, November 18, 2012

There are just so many adjectives one could use in describing the magnificence of Bighorn Rams.  The really hold their heads with deep pride in showing off to the ladies around and also use horn display and gestures as intimidating objects to the other rams in their midst.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Such a wonderful array of color, texture and design on the willows along Torrey Creek highlighted by the soon to be setting sun

Friday, November 16, 2012

As the waters of the surrounding countryside freeze up more and more Waterfowl are showing up on the river where for a distance of about 15 miles beginning above Dubois on downriver the waters never freeze from the hot springs that feed into it.  This creates a winter paradise for waterfowl such as these Canadian Geese and Goldeneyes who themselves have spent the warm months in the high mountain lakes.