Moose family on Gantahaz Road.
Morfee Mountain Summit looking East toward the Pine Pass and Powder King. One positive of the recent recession was the make-work-project initiated to clear trash off the mountain and old vehicles from the bottom of the bowl. People still feel the need to litter as evident by the numerous empty cans found on the way up. A trait more characteristic of a developing country.
Gantahaz Subdivision. My home is down there somewhere.
Morfee Mountain ptarmigan.
Morfee Lake perspective courtesy of a new trail created from recession make-work money. Forget ad-hoc trail construction, this baby is professionally built and connects into the new mountain-bike park and trail system. I wish this stuff was around when I lived town…I just had a bunch of cattle-tracks to bike on when I was growing up. I’ve inherited my dad’s old Garmin Etrex GPS unit and have started to map out some of the trails one openstreetmap.org (possibly more on that soon). This old yellow-clad black and white LCD beast cannot run internal maps but it seems to grab points fairly accurately.
My brother being chased up the chair-lift by a mean black animal. We found a couple of dollars in the hill parking lot and under the lift line. Searching for lost money was a former childhood spring activity.
Azouetta Lake and Murray Range.
Still no jobs or interviews. Frustrating, which would probably explain the relative lack of blogging…I’m also quite familiar with these areas and Mackenzie life and should have more to say about them. Often the things one is most acquainted with need less words.