Feeling nostalgic for the ‘lower pasture’

February 3, 2023 // 0 Comments

I grew up outside of Riverton, on a piece of land that abutted the Wind River. We had the yard and the pasture, and surrounding that were three large fields a local farmer [...]

Don’t forget to look around you

May 20, 2022 // 0 Comments

I was out feeding the horses on Sunday morning, and a turkey vulture flew down into the pasture. As I watched, it landed just out of my view over the lip of a little rise. I [...]

Some myths about birds are downright odd

April 22, 2022 // 0 Comments

My friend Ken Keffer wrote a fascinating article for The Nature Conservancy’s blog, Cool Green Science. He focused on some of the myths that have surrounded bird migrations [...]

Pay attention to the tale of the trail

April 11, 2022 // 0 Comments

There’s always something to see out in the woods. Even if you don’t find what you originally went out there to find. Some years, wildflowers are starting to appear by [...]

Hunting can bring you temporary peace

September 3, 2021 // 0 Comments

Down here in the so-called civilized world, things have been nuts for more than a year. I’m not going to mention any of the craziness by name, because it seems like no [...]

No fireworks can compare to lightning

July 8, 2021 // 0 Comments

Don’t get me wrong. I do think fireworks are really cool. Hey, I’m a guy. Guys are just hard-wired to get excited about blowing stuff up. And living in Wyoming, where [...]

Get away — you need it for your sanity

July 2, 2021 // 0 Comments

We had a nice little mini vacation last weekend with a trip to Grand Lake in Colorado. It was still a bit more populated than what I prefer for a getaway, but I took a break [...]
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