I’m sorry for not posting earlier this week, but I spent most of the week in Idaho, visiting The Nature Conservancy’s Flat Ranch. We spent a lot of time on the ranch, as well as a little time in Yellowstone National Park, looking at similar habitats. As a bonus, I went up to the top of Sawtelle Peak twice because it was just south of the Ranch. I plan to summarize some of the intriguing discussions we had in a future post, but for now, here are a few photos from Idaho. I still have a lot of trip photos to get through, so more will be forthcoming.
My trip home from Idaho went really well. I do hope, however, that my luggage decides to follow me home at some point (it apparently stayed in the Jackson Hole airport, for some reason, instead of riding on my airplane.) I understand why it might have felt like staying, but since half my camera gear was in that bag, it would be convenient for me to get it back…
YIKES! Good luck with the luggage Chris! Hope that gets resolved fast.
Great photography, as usual.
Oh I miss those shooting stars and mountain goats. I really appreciate your photography. Thank you for sharing.
Glad you got to explore my post-Nebraska stomping grounds (or at least the area). I hope they took you through the Centennial valley too! If they’re ever looking to hire… I know someone who graduates soon and has experience out there… ;) I loooe forward to reading about what y’all discussed.
Enjoyed seeing some new flowers!