The Raven & the Rattler in Pawnee National Grasslands, CO
Hey Everybody! Today I’m thrilled and flattered to have my Teardrop featured on one of my favorite sustainable living sites: the Tiny House Blog. Go check it out! 🙂
Mary Caperton Morton is a freelance science and travel writer with degrees in biology and geology and a master’s in science writing. A regular contributor to EARTH magazine, where her favorite beat is the Travels in Geology column, she has also written for the anthologies Best Women's Travel Writing 2010 and Best Travel Writing 2011. Mary is currently based in western Colorado. When she’s not at the computer she can usually be found outside -- hiking, skiing, climbing mountains and taking photographs. Visit her website at www.marycapertonmorton.com.
You’re getting close to my territory in southeastern Wyoming. Hopefully you’ll be able to check out some of the killer terrain around here like Vedauwoo and Curt Gowdy!
Yep, I’m heading your way today! I’ve never seen Devil’s Tower so I thought I’d spend the week making my way from Pawnee up through eastern Wyoming. Travel tips always welcome! Thanks!!!
You should definitely explore Vedauwoo if possible. It’s out of this world!
We’re the first exit in South Seattle, Seward Park. Would love to offer tea for a view of your teardrop. It looks special. I can tell you about my tiny adventures…1967-69 hitching Moroco and driving a VW Van to Nepal and back. And this was just the start of some good story.
MLK exit and a mile+ down to the lake.
I remain sincerely yours,
I am not sure if this is the answer to your refrigerator problem or not, but we use refrigerated coolers that plug into out car DC outlet. Sometimes we have to choose between phone or refrigerator though. We have 2 and they were about $125 from Walmart and Cabelas.
Thanks Martha! I have looked into those, but I don’t drive enough to keep them cool. Most days my car is only running for a couple of hours and I’ve heard those need to be kept plugged in all the time to work.
more than cool to come across you. you get so close to northern wyoming, you might want to check out the ice caves in the pryor mountains just south of billings, montana. across the ravines- wild mustangs.
Thanks Sherry! I just highlighted the Pryors on my atlas. I’m in southeastern WY at the moment, heading towards Devil’s Tower. Thanks for the tip! M
Very cool. Congratulations!
What you are doing is very special, I love your blog and may your fame be far reaching…
Your observations about moose serve to remind me why I have become very cautious when walking our small property. This year, for the very first time, the moose have started to ‘camp out’ in our neck of the woods. (We live in the foothills/prairies of Alberta.)
It is one thing to observe them in the wild, but quite another experience to see them just outside the fence of our back yard!
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