Monthly Archives: August 2011

New Painting: Shamanic Journey (with swastika pattern)

End of August 2011.  I told myself I would finish it ‘this month’.  Well, practically so.  Started in Park City, Utah; some progress was made on Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake, and a lot of work lead it … Continue reading

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Missoula, Montana

August 31, 2011 — Missoula, Montana — Driving-dazed…  Stiff from the Teton hike, I decided to make it a driving day before I would get the chance to look for a place to live in the sweet town of Jackson. … Continue reading

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Thousands of lightnings, torrential hail, rock slides,… – but I made it. And back.

[ …If you landed on this post because you were searching for “the Enclosure” stone circle atop Grand Teton, see also my post https://allegedlyapparent.wordpress.com/2011/08/26/ancient-ruins-on-top-of-grand-teton/ …] – — — — — — – ” series of storms unleashed more than 6,700 lightning strikes in … Continue reading

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At 11,600 ft.

Quick swing by the Visitor Center to recharge my camera.  Got my overnight camping permits and scheduled this post to appear as I’m already up there. EverTrail describes the hike I’m currently on as: “This is an all day very … Continue reading

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Ancient Ruins on top of Grand Teton?

Coffee shop on Broadway – Jackson, Wyoming – Friday August 25, 2011 – 13:25 pm. I decided to split the previous post into two, with this one having the ruins part:  Last week climbers had already confirmed to have seen … Continue reading

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Cowboys and aliens dance in Jackson

Jackson, Wyoming – Friday August 25, 2011 – 2:40 am. The weather forecast (“Areas of smoke in the morning. Partly cloudy with isolated thunderstorms. Some thunderstorms may produce gusty winds.”) for tomorrow and the weekend might keep me ‘in town’. … Continue reading

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Smokey Tetons

August 24, 2011 — Jackson Lake Lodge — lobby wifi – 3: 20 pm My time at Jenny Lake Campground ran out (one week max per campground).  That very spot I camped by, by the way, is said to be … Continue reading

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