Monthly Archives: June 2019

Soap that floats / ”instructional bath”

23 June, 2019            Soap that floats / ”instructional bath” All one hundred of us bathed in the lake at Camp Waredaca in the 1970’s. Not at the same time, and we bathed with our swimsuits … Continue reading

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Turner and I are creatures of habit

16 June, 2019            Turner and I are creatures of habit Evelyn took that picture Wednesday and it was too great to not put in this blog post. I didn’t even know I had it when … Continue reading

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Things with wings

9 June, 2019            Things with wings Here’s one “thing with wings” – a Purple Martin (Progne subis) – holding another “thing with wings” – a recently deceased male Common Whitetail Skimmer (Libellula lydia). This was … Continue reading

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Dog days of summer, Montana style – and more

2 June, 2019           Dog days of summer, Montana style – and more I’ve mentioned in this space before some internship work I did twenty years ago. Those pictures were taken twenty years ago this month – … Continue reading

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