~I got to add a new bird to my birding life list today – #392. I took this photo in Custer State Park near Hermosa, SD.
They prefer upland fields, where often only its head and neck are visible above the grass. They like to perch on posts and stumps. I was very lucky to see this bird perched on this post!
~While hiking around Fremont Lake, I noticed this log fence among the Aspens. The shadows make a pretty photo.
Here are two links showing photos of Fremond Lake and explaining its history.
Perhaps this fence was build during the CCC project.
We left Rim Station RV this morning leaving The Tetons and Pinedale behind. More photos to come.
~Somewhere north of Pinedale, WY.
I saw this old log cabin sitting in a field, and couldn’t resist taking a photo.
Ever pass an old homestead that is no longer occupied and wonder who lived there, what did they do for a living, how long has it sat empty?
Someone built this log cabin, how many years ago?
~did they cut the timber, for their home, themselves
~did they live there with a family,
~did they raise cattle,
~did they have a garden,
~did they travel by horse and buggy to the nearest trading post
What other questions would you add to my list?
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