We packed up our tent and drove to a camping spot I’d found in the Coeur d’Alene Mountains from where we could see the monster we just climbed. On our way a male moose took a good stare at us, and while we were setting up our tent on a hidden meadow, a Bald Eagle (American Eagle) flew casually overhead. As the sun set over our dead-silent camp we made a strong fire and rewarded our efforts with several beers. Life doesn’t get much better than this.
The Gun Culture: Part V “It’s an Arms Race”
Last Saturday I was reminded by the local paper of the two-year memorial of Jeanetta Riley’s death at the Sanpdoint […]
The Gun Culture: Part IV “The Other Perspective”
Wednesday 30 march 2016 Bill and Beth are retired law enforcement officers, originally from California, who came to Idaho and […]
Ireland Road Trip
From Dublin to the Dingle and Iveragh Peninsula The hardest part of driving on the left with a wheel on […]
Katie and her boyfriend Colin invited me for a weekend of camping and exploring at the Lion’s Head (north end […]
Where to Invade Next?
Each time I go to see a Michael Moore film, I walk away feeling a mixture of gratitude and despair. […]