Ur-spo suggested that I give my fellow bloggers the opportunity to send him cards and letters. I think it's a wonderful idea, since getting mail is a real treat for him, so here's the address:
Bill Kelley, Room 105
PO Box 789
350 West Pike
Columbus, MT 59019
My brother goes to see him every day after work and a lot of his friends have stopped by as well. We can bring the dog in to visit and he can go out for rides and home for visits. I am truly amazed by how well it has gone, but it took a lot of planning and a lot of time to put it all together. This is the busiest time of year for me work-wise (hence the wild ride) and so now I'm scrambling to catch up.
The view from our room at Seeley...
One of the many birds I was. I have no clue what it is...any ideas?
I think this is the same bird...
This is a stellar's jay. I tried and tried to get a decent picture of him, but I guess he was shy...
The photos, above, were taken at a watershed group training session in
I wasn't able to take a picture of them, but stopped immediately after and took this shot of the downside of the pass.We stayed in
I have been working all weekend to get ready for a huge meeting that will be attended by people from all of the state. I am holding it
We are all staying at a place called the "Bunk and Biscuit" which is really nothing more than an old schoolhouse that has beds and bathrooms in it. It is mostly used by hunters, so it should be interesting to say the least. We are having buffalo meat, the Jersey Lilly's famous beans and sheepherder's hors d'oeuvres. The theme of the meeting is "Boots and Blue Jeans Required". I am looking forward to it, but I've been working 12-16 hours a day to prepare for it. When it's over I intend to have a breakdown of some sort! Ha!!