A thick fog rolled in last night with freezing temperatures to boot. Large ice crystals formed everywhere!
It’s barely December and it’s been more than two months since the first snow of this winter flew. I didn’t expect to skin past meandering
bear wolf tracks on Teton Pass this late in the year, but I suppose it’s still early season.
Update: Originally I had posted this resorting to the obvious explanation: Bears. A word about Bears in Winter. The conventional wisdom is the bears are hanging around for a few extra weeks looking for a free elk gut pile left from hunters, or some other delicacy such as a few Backcountry skiers before turning in for the winter.
Turns out these are Wolf Tracks. Here’s some handy beta on identifying these tracks for your future use.
Been crushing some renovations this week in Lynn, MA. Here are some Back Yard Photos from this morning.
Note the slightly larger dot on top, next to the smaller dot… all of the Earth and our Moon… Jupiter and its moons at the bottom… and a lot of Nothing in between. Photo taken from Mars.