Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Yet another buffalo stopping traffic. Posted by Picasa

Paddy being very sad at a paint pot. He had to see a lot of them as a kid. Posted by Picasa

Paddy on the Gibbon. Posted by Picasa

My only fish on the trip. Brookie on the Gibbon River. Absolutely gorgeous and happy to have had it as my only fish. Caught on Purple Haze. Posted by Picasa

At Yellowstone Falls. Posted by Picasa

The best picture of the trip and the key piece in our Posteriors of Yellowstone exhibit. Ranger Rick climbing the fence. Posted by Picasa

A bull in the yard at the hotel. I didn't get a digi of the two young ones fighting. They bugled all night and are doing the same at my house right now. Posted by Picasa

Me being a tourist. The springs really do stink. Posted by Picasa

Mammoth Hot Springs. We stayed ot the left of here. Posted by Picasa

A sign found at geysers. This IS what will happen to you if you step off the trail. There are no digis of Old Faithful-batteries died. Posted by Picasa

Paddy's foot next to a bear print that is much larger. Posted by Picasa

With the bear truck on my way to Sage Creek...a three mile hike through Grizzly country. Posted by Picasa

Our ghetto lodging at Yellowstone Lake. We stayed in only half of that. Posted by Picasa

Taking pictures at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Posted by Picasa

Me at Cascade Lake. Posted by Picasa

Paddy fishing in Cascade Lake. It was REALLY cold and we didn't catch any fish. Really pretty, though. Posted by Picasa

Me driving with lots of buffalo in Yellowstone. Posted by Picasa

Monday, September 12, 2005

Notice the gear on Paddy's sling. This is why I think I like climbing. Lots of things to die. Posted by Picasa

Me! On Rain Dance (5.7) at City of Rocks on Friday. Shredding-he he! Posted by Picasa

The bear at Smiley Creek Lodge. By Stanley-hot metal on my butt. Posted by Picasa

Mom with her first rainbow trout in the same place-fuh-un! Posted by Picasa

Pop with his first rainbow trout on the Big Wood River south of Hailey, Idaho. Posted by Picasa