It’s perfect out. It’s not hot or cold, there’s a gentle breeze, and our nearest neighbor is 50 yards away. Callie’s grandad sent us a field guide for the Sierra Nevada Mountains and we’ve already identified three different plants and a bird is in the works. I fear that Callie will enjoy the discovery process maybe too much. Time will tell.
We used Reserve America to reserve our site, but there must have been a disconnect somewhere because there was someone in our spot. It worked out though because this new site is on the edge of a ridge looking down at Jackson Lake. (Bird identified: it’s a White Headed Woodpecker). The stillness is soothing and even the squirrel like tendencies of our distant neighbors is trivial.