On the other side of the road, this Great gray owl continued hunting after it flew across. She left the open forest for the denser evergreens on the southern approach which provided a completely different look from the images that I shared yesterday. She flew between a couple of posts before gliding between a couple […]
I was reminded of a wonderful man whose spirit just moved on last night when I sat alone and watched this morning’s sunrise in Bragg Creek at the Wild Rose pond. Still, the world feels a bit less bright today. Rest well Andy.
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The Red Seven, by Robert Dean. Weird West Books, January 2016. 210 pages. $9.95, paper. Grit, outlaw-cowboy justice, and blood, lots of blood; these phrases come to mind when discussing Robert Dean’s novel The Red Seven, following the tale of a cowboy bounty hunter on a hunt for vengeance. After the brutal mutilation and murder […]
Only three days after I was able to watch a great showing by the Northern Lights, they came out to dance over the foothills again. The clouds were heavier this time around and grew steadily through the night while I was out. That set up for some backlighting by the aurora that looked really beautiful. […]