This past week, I got in two hikes and was rewarded with a few nice photographs.
The first area was the Old Chico Road on the eastern backside of Emigrant Peak near Emigrant Montana. This was a land of steep mountain trails, boulders and fresh air.
The second series of photos is of a flock of White American Pelicans holding up on the Yellowstone River. They had a unlikely visitor with a lone Sand Hill Crane hanging out with them as they dozed ankle deep in the shallows of the rocky river outcrop.
|The river is getting pretty crowded now that the warm weather is back|
|Some geese were getting crowded it too!|
|More crowds float by.|
|Sand Hill Crane hangs out with the Pelicans.|
Old Chico Road East side of Emigrant Peak
|Red kept loading more rocks onto Maggie's bags yet the old female dog kept|
staying ahead of the old dog.
|Red adds more rocks while balancing Maggie's loads.|