Storm near Stanley, ID.
Calm section of the Salmon River in Idaho. The Shoshone told Lewis and Clark they called it the "River of no Return" due to its wild rapids.
Old truck at Bannack SP, a ghost town in SW MT.
Bald Eagles at the Billings, MT Zoo.
The Clydesdales passed right in front of our house.
Paradise Valley between Livingston and Gardiner, MT.
Sylvan Lake, Custer SP, SD.
Longhorn Saloon in Scenic, SD., on the way to Badlands NP. It was closed in May but supposedly opens during the Summer and serves food and drink. I saw one person in this tiny town.
Badlands NP, SD.
Stanley Lake, Sawtooth Nat'l Rec Area, ID.
Common Snipe along the Lemhi River in ID.
Old mining implements in Bannack SP, MT.
Pilot Mountain as seen from the Chief Joseph Highway in WY heading for Yellowstone NP.
Tough Way to Make a Living
The Yellowstone River East of Livingston, MT.
Moving the herd, Custer SP, SD.
Hawk near Badlands NP, SD. By the way I know he was real because he flew away.
Early light on the Sawtooth Mtns at Stanley, ID.
This is the scene Captain Lewis saw in 1805 as he crossed the Continental Divide at Lemhi Pass. This is the border between ID and MT.
Wild Mustangs in the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range near the Bighorn Canyon Nat'l Rec Area.
Momma and baby in Yellowstone NP.
Stillwater River south of Nye, MT. Running high and fast with snowmelt.
Prickly Pear Cactus.
Wild Burros (they're actually quite tame and excellent beggars) in Custer SP, SD.
Old vehicle in ghost town of Custer, ID.
Lemhi Pass, in the Beaverhead Mountains of the Bitterroot Range and along the Continental Divide, was crosssed here by Lewis & Clark in 1805 on their way west. This is the view looking toward MT.
Bighorn Canyon on the Wy/MT border.
Young Black Bears playing in Yellowstone NP.
Mountain Bluebird along Trail Creek Rd near Livingston, MT.
Palisade Falls south of Bozeman, MT.
Typical Black Hills rock formation in Custer SP, SD.
Bighorn Sheep, Badlands NP, SD.
"Redneck" camper along the Salmon River in Idaho.
Bannack, the remains of an old mining town and now a state park, was once the capitol of Montana Territory. The Hotel Meade was originally built in 1875 as a Courthouse.
Red Pandas at the Billings, MT Zoo.
Camera Shy. The Clydesdales are in Livingston for the Rodeo (no they are not competing, they are here to sell beer).
Old Cabin along Trail Creek Rd near Livingston, MT.
Hyalite Reservoir South of Bozeman, MT.
Mt Rushmore, SD.