It’s Personal

It’s personal. This blog strays away from the Yellowstone theme a bit. But as the backdrop of such a beautiful, serene place it’s hard not to reflect on life. On my life and my personal journey through its many challenges and cravats over the years. People come in and out of my life but they … More It’s Personal


“You gotta stop, and smell the roses [wild flowers]!” Mac Davis got it right in the song, Stop and smell the Roses, literally and metaphorically. When the spring snows and cold have all but gone away, the mountains and meadows come a live with great beauty! Wild flowers spring up everywhere. During this short but … More Flowers

Living in a Postcard

“Living in a postcard!” would be the best phrase to describe our experience. Is it perfect? No, it’s reality. In the real world, nothing is perfect …but some days (some choices) are better than others. And this has been an experience of a lifetime! Grand Prismatic – need I say more Lets put the “reality” … More Living in a Postcard


“Find a job you love, and you won’t have to work a day in your life.” as Andy Rooney said more than once on CBS’ 60 Minutes. Well, I couldn’t make a living on just my minimum-wage pay but it does cover my immediate expenses …and I couldn’t ask for a better “job”. Yes, I … More Work

Hikes in GYE

“The mountains are calling and I must go.” John Muir had a love for Mother Nature. And his commentaries, pictures, and his life itself are all over the natural beauty out here. In the spirit of Mr. Muir, this blog will concentrate on 7 hikes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). My first hike was … More Hikes in GYE

Beartooth Pass

Monday, June 25 is a beautiful day; a great day to go sight seeing. The Northeast corner of Yellowstone is beautiful, with Lamar Valley encompassing much of it. Here, there are large bison and elk herds as well as a sizable wolf and bear population. One big drawback is, it is not on the way … More Beartooth Pass