It was a cold evening, followed by a cold day in Yellow Post Site 6. We enjoyed bird watching in the morning, followed later bird food watching. (Our favorite was the pseudoscorpion.) We walked up the fire road to the summit of Thomas Mountain, for views in every direction. There is a lot of nature to see without having to drive anywhere. Before we knew it, we were thankful it was time for glowing flames, stars, and embers.
4 thoughts on “Yellow Post Site 6, Thomas Mountain ”
WOW, WOW, WOW. What amazing photos. You have captured your camp out so well. I have never seen a pseudoscorpion before. So dang cool. A1 looks so much older in that snow photo. And that snuggle with her… priceless.
It was the first time we have seen a pseudoscorpion! What an interesting arachnid. I found the name by searching for ‘insect that looks like a crab’. And BINGO! Pseudoscorpion.
Beautiful photos, especially the sky shots! But the soil looks very dry – is this normal for February?
Yes. Unfortunately it is! We never get enough rain. Beautiful blue skies, and dry dirt…
This is why it’s the first time we have been able to have a fire. It seems we are in a constant state of fire danger.