Sunday, September 21, 2008


A major flock of turkey vultures summers here. They can have up to a 6-foot wingspan and they freak Cordale out. When they're circling (see above), they scare me, too.

Chandelier at Pioneer Theater. My Fair Lady was delightful.

Juice Newton

Otha Young


Blogger mister anchovy said...

We have lots of Turkey vultures here in Ontario too, although perhaps not so many in one place and at one time as in your picture. At one of my favourite fly fishing haunts, I can look up at almost any time, it seems, and see three or four circling.

September 21, 2008 at 8:21 PM  
Blogger A said...

You know, I've noticed that Wyoming and Ontario share a lot of the same flora and fauna despite a several-thousand-feet difference in elevation. I bet you have slightly higher humidity, more precipitation, and longer growing seasons, too!

So it makes me happy to think that if I ever move outside the U.S., there's a nice place out there that's very similar to home, and where it's easier to bake bread.

September 22, 2008 at 4:47 PM  

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