President’s Day and the worst President

Today I celebrated the most dangerous office in American government by going shopping, and reading about how Coalition of Retired National Park Service Employees has helped stifle most environmentally destructive President in History.

It’s at Thunderbear, an alternative newspaper I was unaware of until today. Read Thunderbear 271.

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Sunday, near the ID/UT/NV border

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Sunday at the Silent City of Rocks, Idaho (near the ID/UT/NV border). The prominent rock is the Twin Sisters (a popular climb)

The snow-capped range is the Raft River Mountains (in NW Utah very close to  the Nevada border).

I love this obscure country, and will be getting out more and more in the future. As a result this blog may need some alternative/guest editors.

Photo copyright Ralph Maughan

21 pronghorn die as they veer into oil services truck near Pinedale.

21 Pronghorn Dead. Deadliest Roadkill Ever in Wyoming. By Brian Maffly. New West

Many have had the experience of pronghorn racing along your vehicle, sometimes even sprinting to pass the road in front of you. Something like that may have happened.