13 December 2008
Way Out In Idaho
Nice to be back in sagebrush country. Even if there isn't enough snow to cover the sagebrush.
The fullest waning moon in fifteen years.
The new aspen meadow made possible by the generous support of the Bob and Steve Show.
Looking northeast toward Blizzard Mountain and the southern end of the Pioneer Range before it drops into Craters of the Moon.
Short days and long light. Cold and still. There is a quiet outside--a settled, delicate hush. It's familiar and I wonder where I've been for so long.
The sunny but below freezing temperatures and breezy conditions kept plans to fish the Big or Little Wood rivers at zero. More storms on the way. More traveling, too. Next stop: Elko.