Dear Readers and Virtual Conversation Partners,
Last week, despite a sore arm, I traveled to a grandson's college graduation and induction into the military. His younger brother helped me get there, driving my car from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Boise, Idaho--and back. It was good to see family again; the graduate's dad's two brothers flew in from California and Texas, so all three of my adult children were on hand. A lovely event.
Before I left I submitted a favorite essay about two sons and their hunting buddies staying with me to hunt Pronghorn Antelope at my place, which I've dubbed Windy Acres. If you'd like to read it, below is the link, although the editor's headline is not what I would have chosen.
An essay on microscopic life in Yellowstone National Park was published recently also. It's one of my favorites also. The link to it is below the hunting one.