This post was written on Tuesday, as while you’re reading this I’m on day two of a three day class at the Yellowstone Association Institute in Lamar Valley. There is no cell reception, TV, or even electrical outlets at the rustic cabin I’m staying in so I am quite thoroughly out of touch. It’s one additional perk of being a YA employee, that I get to attend one of these multi-day educational classes for free. Talk about a sweet deal!
Besides the campfire photo, the rest of these are from a drive to Yellowstone Lake last week. My primary goal of this outing was to write actually. When I can’t focus on work at the RV, I sometimes find that loading up my laptop and driving somewhere else helps. After the brief walk where I took these photos, I settled in the passenger seat of Bertha and typed away while watching the antics of ducks diving in the choppy water. It worked like a charm.
I’ll be back online late Friday or early Saturday to respond to any comments or e-mails, in the meantime feel free to talk amongst yourselves! A full report on my class will be probably be coming on Monday.
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