Videos of our recent adventures in New Mexico, Arizona and Utah are in production and some are already up on our YouTube channel. These are some highlights of those interesting and diverse adventures.
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Early every spring, a flock of well over a hundred cedar waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum) visit our yard to chow down on the berries that are on our yaupon holly trees. These birds have a very strong social structure; going everywhere as a group.
One of the camping spots on our first expedition to the Pacific Northwest was Gold Rush Campground in Lolo National Forest, near Thompson Falls, Montana. The campground is thickly forested with incredibly tall trees and lots of underbrush.
Saying we were excited to be there is an understatement. You see, instead of our usual routine of staying one night then packing up and leaving the next morning, we chose to stay for two nights and enjoy a full day of exploring. It felt positively decadent.
Flat Canyon in the Manti-LaSal National Forest in Utah was one of the most picturesque places we had the pleasure of visiting during our 6,000+ mile journey this summer.