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... that they caught, or the scenery. The photographer did not accompany them. Sorry no pics.
Dinner tonite was roasted wild turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and sweet snap peas. The wild turkey was from Bryant's hunt last fall. Lots of leftovers to freeze for later. Yum!
... took us around the building to look over the posters done by our colleagues for FASEB (the annual "Something-something-something in Experimental Biology" conference that was de rigueur for UCD nutrition students). Because many of us were new to this process, he took pains to explain how to print the content and then use a spray adhesive to fix the pages to the posterboard. "Now be sure to take your time and get the pages nice and flat. I don't want to ...
We left Columbia Falls this morning and meandered south. We stopped at a little Indian museum called nine pipes. There also was a lodge there, where we had a fabulous lunch overlooking a lake and the Mission Mountain range. The museum was very informative with lots of different exhibits. We went to ...
... t get to see him for long but were so thrilled to be able to see him at all.
There were more bison along our drive to the Sulphur Caldron and it was just as exciting every time we spotted a new one. A Ranger told us that the Sulphur Caldron was by far the stinkiest area in Yellowstone so we couldn't miss that! The boys were quite dramatic about the smell but Aimee didn't mind it and it actually made ...
After Graeme had done all the usual talks and warned us all that the day would mostly be spent driving through three states with not much to do, we left Seattle at 8.30am.
As we drove through Washington into Idaho, we went through the Wenatchee Forest. We stopped in Idaho for a leg stretch and restroom break and tried to find a postcard but there were none at all...what sort of state doesn't have postcards?! However, we were soon out of Idaho, ...