Random photos from the Park

PMM shows off the place where she works:

Midlife Yellowstone Adventure

DSCN0539  A wolf.

DSCN0373 Mama Grizzly and cub

Yellowstone iphone 316 Sunrise over Hayden Valley

Wolf 889F

DSCN0668A bluebird

1278440_10151609267111845_616062151_nTruly I have gone over the Rainbow.

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22 Responses to Random photos from the Park

  1. The Klown says:

    This would make a nice weekly post. (Hint, hint)

  2. DeniseVB says:

    PMM is living my dream life, may she be safe, happy and rocking that natural world !

  3. The Klown says:

    Here’s some random photos from a different park:

    • leslie says:

      BEAUTIFUL ! I wanted to let you know in the earlier thread, and now I can. I’ve downloaded some of them (it that’s okay with you) they remind me of when I went there the summer of the huge fire. (1988 or 89) It was like going to heaven, I thought. Enjoy yourself and stay safe.

  4. helenk3 says:

    Just dropped firefox. using chrome with a bing search engine. this is a dumb question. how do you bookmark?

  5. The Klown says:

    How Obama won:

    North Carolina elections officials told state lawmakers Wednesday that they have identified hundreds, and potentially thousands, of voters who may have cast ballots in two states in the 2012 general election.

    Republican legislators on an elections oversight committee quickly reacted, calling the number of possible voter fraud cases “shocking,” “outrageous” and “proof positive” that fraud is occurring in North Carolina elections. They called on elections officials to investigate all possible fraud and refer potential criminal cases for prosecution. Double voting is a felony.

    “That is outrageous. That is criminal. That is wrong, and it shouldn’t be allowed to go any further without substantial investigations from our local district attorneys who are the ones charged with enforcing these laws,” said Sen. Thom Goolsby, a Wilmington Republican.

    Others urged caution until more information about the numbers comes to light.

    The numbers of potential voter fraud cases revealed Wednesday were gleaned from a cross-checking of voter records among 28 states. It was the first time North Carolina participated in the cross-check process, which was required under sweeping new election laws passed last year by the Republican-controlled General Assembly.

    Specifically, the check found 765 voters whose first and last names, dates of birth and last four digits of their Social Security numbers matched exactly with a voter registered in another state and who voted in both states in 2012. The results also identified 35,750 voters with matching names and dates of birth who voted in North Carolina and another state that year.

    • There is far more voter fraud out there than the Dems are willing to admit.

    • swanspirit says:

      Yeah , we can keep people from voting twice in a silly ass poll on the freakin internets , but in an election , vote as many times as you want!!!!!!

    • Somebody says:

      I want to know which states are participating in this. I’m pretty sure Florida is, but are the NE states? We get double votes from snowbirds from the NE in my area. They’re dual residents and they brag about voting in both places, insist it’s only right since they pay taxes in both places, assholes. BTW they’re from both parties.

      I really, really hope they perp walk some of the double voters. IMO there should be some kind of national cross check AND we should be making sure every registered voter is a legal citizen of the USA.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Vote early and vote often. As they say, they cheated fair and square. Both parties do it. It happens the most for whichever candidate the uniparty establishment want. You just need to ask what this one group sees in having GWB, then Obama, and next Jeb.

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