It's another glorious Spring day in my little corner of the
Universe. The hubby and I walked through out 5 acres and
then roamed onto our neighbor's property.
This tree stump is in our back yard. You might question the sanity of taking a sepia photo when everything is in vivid color right now. You always have the right to question my sanity.
I just thought it looked creepier this way, and I like creepy.
Back to the neighbors. They have tons of acres, maybe 20 or so, but that's tons to me. He keeps paths cleared so that all of us can take strolls.
He does allow his friends to hunt occasionally which makes me nervous. I don't want to end up strapped to some guy's fender.
We had a great conversation about pole barns and fallow deers. I won't go into details. It's a guy thing. The men around here are amazing. They run electric to the above mentioned pole barns, shoot and dress their meat for the year, bush hog, chew tobacco, and at the same time play with the wife's little fluffy, pampered dog. No gender crisis here.
Heck the women around here are just as capable as the men. They even have the same tattoos. Equality is great.
You're thinking, "Why aren't you getting ready for your Yellowstone trip?" Good question, but quality time with Mikey is important too. We discovered that life is pretty darn good when you don't have to work. Hmmmm. Who knew?
Here's your Yellowstone facts, trivia and things to know for the day.
My new best friend is Pat at http://www.secretyellowstone.com. He and his wife have the Yellowstone website of the century. If you can't find it there, you aren't trying. Their tourist safety section has some videos that make you wonder why some people are allowed out of their homes. No animals were hurt during the filming. The people got what they deserved.
Pat and wife will be returning to Yellowstone in June to take pictures of the dorms and other buildings. This site is going to keep growing and will be a valuable resource for anyone planning a trip or a work adventure.
You also need to check out http://robyninyellowstone.blogspot.com. It seems that she was in Yellowstone all last winter. I went through her old posts trying to figure out the time frame and discovered she is a grandmother. She looks 20 something to me. Yellowstone must preserve you. New motivation to get out there before there's nothing left to preserve.
Well, sigh, guess I need to do something productive. Dinner with friends tonight, and the older son is coming down from Columbus to say goodbye. He'll be heading out the end of May to join us.
This is how I envision the dormitory at Yellowstone.
This is how I envision the bathrooms.
Anything better than this will be icing on the cake.
Will there be cake in Yellowstone?