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  • Adapting to Life as a Traveling Dad

    We recently celebrated our son’s first birthday.  There was a cupcake (chocolate, as it should be!), a candle, presents and singing.  At least, that’s what it looked like over the phone. I was away leading a winter photo tour when this all went down.  Luckily, I was able to FaceTime in and sing “Happy Birthday” with everyone else.  It wasn’t

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  • Photos Added: Costa Rica 2013

    I’ve returned from the snow and cold of Yellowstone and now have to mentally prepare myself for a completely different environment next month: Costa Rica’s heat and humidity!  I’ll be heading back to one of my favorite destinations to lead a photo tour.  The Quetzals to Corcovado tour is a trip I first led in 2013, when I traveled to Costa

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  • Yellowstone Winter 2018 Trip Report: Days 15 – 17

    February 5, 2018 FOXPLOSION! After the largely uneventful final day in the Yellowstone interior, our group was hopeful that a change of scenery would bring about more photo opportunities.  The northern range did not disappoint in that regard on Monday. It should have been a Three Dog Day.  Our morning started with two coyotes walking roadside near Floating Island Lake. 

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  • Yellowstone Winter 2018 Trip Report: Days 11 – 14

    February 1 & 2, 2018 I had a short break from the park, as I had to say goodbye to my first tour group on Thursday, and I picked up and met my next group on Friday.   February 3, 2018 For this tour, the order of our activities is reversed from last week.  We headed straight into the interior

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  • Yellowstone Winter 2018 Trip Report: Days 9 & 10

    January 30, 2018 Day Two in the interior was gray, windy and snowy.  Really windy.  We decided to avoid the east side of the park, since Hayden Valley and the road near the Lake have been closed recently at times due to snow drifts.  Instead, it was a good opportunity to focus on the southwest corner (barring any dramatic wolf

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