Greetings and where did the past two months disappear to? Seems like Susan, I, and the dogs must have been hibernating.
But when I think about it we HAVE been doing stuff. Lots of snow this winter and lots of skiing for me, running in snow for the dogs, and running and reading for Susan … you know the weather outside is dreary when Susan could read (and finish) Melville’s Moby Dick: Or How I learned to Love the Whale. For me, there’s been lots of teaching beginning skiers at Snowy Range – a small family ski area about 35miles West of Laramie. I’ve also registered for a few ski clinics: one last month devoted to teaching children and one next month devoted to teaching seniors (I now know a few). Have also been working on a few photographs (last evening Ken at the Cross Country Connection hosted an After Hours Slide Show on the recent trek to the South Base Camp of Mount Everest); Brenda at Artisans’ Gallery is also displaying some of my Himalaya photos.Everest Base Camp Trek Flier
Also am close to finally completing the East Africa Wildlife Safari Photo Journal … only have about fifteen birds left to include (it seems the finished project will feature over 110 wildlife species and be about 100 pages in length) … hoping to complete before Tax Day.
Hope you’re well and will remember the winter plight of all sturdy souls in cold snowy Wyoming when spring finally arrives next week! No more hibernating for us!! Below are a few photos … brrrrrrr!