The Alpine House
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... it really spoke to me and, even as I write this, with tears in my eyes, the thought of this humble little creature, just trying to survive, yet making an offering to the Divine Mother, is just so sweet. We bought this piece, beautifully framed, which now hangs in our living space, as a reminder of the ongoing beauty of the natural world, and the unexpected joy of meeting kindred souls on our journey.
We have been here 4 days now ...
... they have regrouped but will not be called the Lamar Canyon Pack but another name. Evidently the remnants of the Lamar Canyon pack and the Prospect Peak pack have reformed and actually had some pups and they seem to be reforming. New name will be forthcoming! This is always a great place to watch the wolves because their denning and rendevous area are close to the road.
... the water as it races by and pounds the small canyon below. The sound of thundering water thrums in our ears. The mist from the water cools us. We are hypnotized by the sounds and the sights. After taking a bunch of photos, we climb up to Hidden Falls. They aren’t really hidden, but unless you take the trail all the way to the end, they are covered in places by trees. The falls are spectacular. Water rushing from the top ledge, smashing into the rocks below, ...
... all over the city. I could even get a job teaching theatre right now. :)
So, on that note, we decide to drive back to the camper. No stops for animals on the way. We have been dogged by rain this whole trip, but luckily we don’t get caught in any. Once back at the camper, we can see the rain pounded the area while we were gone. Tomorrow, we’re up early on the hunt for some moose and a couple of bear. We’ll see how it goes.
... an osprey family in their nest on top of one of the eroded spires in the canyon - it is not often that one is able to look DOWN on a nest. We then drove south in the Hayden Valley following the more peaceful Yellowstone River to its source in Yellowstone Lake. By this stage the weather had deteriorated to showers so we did not do much exploring at the ...