Monthly Archives: May 2012

American Bison

Inexcusable are the men before our time/I’d like to kick their ass for what they left behind —Bad Religion, Unacceptable Two more photos by Clint Elliott from a recent trip to Montana. American bison once roamed the plains by the … Continue reading

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Eating Fire Roasted Yucca

A yucca flower spike in full bloom. “There is a great deal of century plant of the species which the Mexicans call mescali. The mode of using it is as follows: they make a hole in the ground, fill it … Continue reading

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Lower Yellowstone Falls

Lower Yellowstone Falls A recent photo from Clint Elliott, who was up in Montana last week. The Clint Elliott Files: Canoe Camping Along the Green River, Utah — Canoe Campin’ and Fishin’ in Minnesota — Goddard Campground: The Lost Jewel of West Camino Cielo … Continue reading

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Annular Solar Eclipse

As the moon moved in front of the sun the daylight noticeably waned, and the landscape took on the warm-colored glow of late afternoon winter light, though with less intensity and an eerie shadowy cast to it. While you could … Continue reading

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Of Soldiers and Warriors

Nineteenth century U.S. cavalry. “Indians stay pretty much to the reservations anymore, where they belong. There’s no way of mixing the white race with the red. Too many differences.” Andy knew the differences all too well, for he had lived … Continue reading

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