Autumn in Yellowstone Park

Autumn in Yellowstone Park
triple rainbow

Welcome to my house of sky

The sky is my roof in my favorite house--out and about in Nature--sun, snow, rain, warm days and cold. Everything about what is going on around me in fields and mountains and beside creeks is fascinating.

Here in my blog I will be sharing tidbits of what I am seeing - in my yard and on trips up trails and over into nearby Yellowstone National Park.

I hope you enjoy exploring with me.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

A splash of orange

I have been eagerly awaiting the return of the bullock's oriole - a splash of tangerine, orange, yellow/orange with accents of black and white - One male was at our feeder today!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

#Wordless Wednesday

What did the coyote think?

Wordless Wednesday

Enjoy this!

Mother's Day in Yellowstone

Mother's Day was a WOW - Wonder full Outdoor Wonderland - For the first time we saw a herd - yes, herd of Bighorn Rams - all ages - playing, feeding, posturing - a bit of head banging - then huddling - Never seen this before. Watched a wolf, hawks, Mountain blue birds, Northern flickr,
Sandhill crane, baby bison-known as red dogs. On the drive home the Absorkas with snowy peaks lighted pink by salmon and peach in the sunset sky.

Friday, May 7, 2010

clear skies

Finally! after a week and a half of wintery weather - the skies cleared, the mountains popped out with a fresh white coat of snow, bicycles are casting long shadows as happy kids are out cycling in the afternoon. It's only back up to 50 with nights in the 20's, but warmer days are coming back

Finches are singing from every tree, a robin is borrowing some Spanish moss for her nest,
dark-eyed juncos hop around under the feeder grateful for snacks dropped by their friends above.

All is beautiful and well with the world.