I was making the rounds, yet again. Feeling great about being out and about after spending a day hunkered down in the camper while it poured outside. Plus some thunder and lightening. And while it wasn’t toasty warm in there, it was dry, and that was a plus. I don’t know how people do tents. I’m not sure that my pop up is all that different from a tent really, but I can stand up and move around, and I’m off the ground.
I took a photo of a bird outside my door, obviously on a sunny day.
As you see from the feature photo I returned to the Moose-Wilson road again, and this time I was in luck, although no babies were there
The views upriver and downriver were beautiful also.
On the way home I saw antelope for the first time. Well, actually the one time I returned to the campground after dark I caught a glimpse of a rump just to the side of the road, traveling in my same direction. It has made me reluctant to be out after dark because I never saw it until I was right on top of it. For a Florida gal who usually dodges bunnies that was a jolt.
I stopped at Oxbow bend on the way back also, and found a pelican…
And now that my visit is winding down I spotted the Milky Way right overhead last night. I tried for pictures but clouds were taking over and I missed my opportunity. Here’s hoping I get another shot at it…