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  • Yellowstone Spring 2020 Trip Report, Days 7 & 8

    June 8, 2020 I knew Monday would only be a half day. There was a lot of work to catch up on back at the cabin, so I hoped we could make the most of our limited time. Apparently it was a day off from the park for everyone else though. The Lamar Valley and points beyond were remarkably devoid

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2020 Trip Report, Days 5 & 6

    June 6, 2020 I allowed us to sleep in on Saturday morning. All the way until five o’clock. We both needed it, but it did little good. I got very little sleep Friday night, probably because I’ve been processing too many photos for these reports. There’s a simple solution to that, however: Don’t find any wildlife in the park! Saturday

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2020 Trip Report, Days 3 & 4

    June 4, 2020 During my first ever trip to Yellowstone, my dad would constantly drag me out to the car at some ungodly hour so we could go explore the park. Revenge is so sweet 32 years later. We were awake at 3:30, on the road by four. So the sweetness didn’t last too long. Maybe an hour, tops, before

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2020 Trip Report, Days 0 – 2

    I escaped quarantine. Probably to the benefit of my mental health more than my physical health (though it would be nice to get some hiking in while I’m here!). I realized very late that one of the consequences of COVID isolation was coping with not being able to get out and explore or photograph much, for at least six months,

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  • Things I’ve Learned In Self-Isolation

    When Coronavirus started affecting the wider world, I was somewhat fortunate. I had wrapped up my early trips for the year, and had three months of downtime scheduled. So from a travel perspective, I wasn’t immediately affected. Of course, that eventually changed as we began to see the long-lingering affects of the pandemic. Now, a couple months later, I’ve been

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