Dear Reader (2020-07-24),
In the previous and first post in this sequence I talked about cows and expansive spaces on my drive south. As April says, sometimes I don’t start early, I start in the middle of the night. That was the case the morning of July 9th. My initial intent was to be south of Chain Lakes by sunrise. I had missed the sunrise by the time I started wandering west on dead end dirt roads that end up against the Livingstone Range (01a). The dew was still on the ground when I was stopped more than once by cows (02) that really didn’t give a damn I was interrupting their meanders.
One dead-end road led me to the Bob Creek Staging Area which is a parking area used primarily by equestrians and off highway vehicles to access Bob Creek Wildland. I went for a short walk up a longer than expected rise (09). Looking back roughly towards the Porcupine Hills, the sky rolled like the ground (08). As I made my way towards Lundbreck there were multiple distractions including a new addition (05) to the Thin Line Series. These additions don’t happen often, and when they do I smile.
Updated 2020-07-24 17:08 – Photo display issue fixed.
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