First day of our adventure to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Today’s segment took us 543 miles to Butte, Montana. We had dinner at Casagranda’s Restaurant, the same place we ate on our 2013 trip to the South Dakota Badlands. The meal was superb, again.
My Alaska grizzly bear photo sold today on Adobe Stock: my first. I get a whopping $0.33 commission.
And more snow than Minneapolis and Chicago (combined)!
Gee! The winter that just won’t end. We’ve had overnight snowfalls FIVE nights in a row now featuring about five inches last night in just a little over 30 minutes. I see it’s now the second wettest winter in Seattle history and one of the snowiest.
I gave up waiting for good weather and decided to begin golf lessons anyway. After a three-and-a-half month hiatus, I didn’t feel totally clumsy but there is a lot of work to do. I’ve signed up for a six-month coaching package hoping that regular feedback and guidance will make a difference this season.
With all the winter rain and snow I expected lots more flow over the Falls. Even so, I got at least one decent photo for my efforts.
I was driving to Snoqualmie Falls to take a few pictures when I noticed the two horses in the pasture in front of Mt. Si. We often see these critters on our way to the gym each morning and it was nice to get a good photo of them.