With the Junction pups no longer in easy view, I have been in Bozeman, devoting myself to tending my green things, attending PT appointments and follow up doc visits for my legs.

Bozeman has been having really nice weather; exquisite days with highs in the low 70’s, dropping to 48 at night.

I tried to take advantage of the good weather by going for walks in my neighborhood, which is good for my back and legs. As a result, I have been getting to know my area better. I love seeing how people decorate their yards and porches with flowers and plantings. It’s given me a lot of good ideas for my own patch of earth.

I have decided to go back to Yellowstone for a short visit for two reasons:

First, to attend a 3 day “Wolf Summit” being held in Gardiner. Second, I’ve heard that Doug McLaughlin has been having some luck seeing the Rescue Creek pups to the southwest from the Nature trail lot.

The conference begins each morning at 8AM, which leaves me at least an hour and a half to wolf-watch. So, off I go.

If you are looking for a summary of the Conference, or a review of the speakers, I'm sorry but this is not that. I didn't really take good notes; I just wanted to experience it. This report is about the wildlife I saw (or didnt see!) on this visit.

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