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Mountain Adventures

While in Bridger-Teton National Forest for the eclipse, I went on several hikes. The first was downhill from the Phillips Trailhead, I think on the Phillips Connector. The sign was gone, so I wasn’t sure. There is a parallel mountain … Continue reading

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The End of Light

I watched the eclipse from the top of Junior, my moderately trusty steed, but not before encountering this adorsable pet potbellied pig! Its owners had an amazing homebrew RV they had built from scratch, including welding the frame and covering … Continue reading

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Preparing for Mid-Day Darkness

I had the privilege of watching the 2017 eclipse from up in the Grand Tetons! It was an amazing visual and a fantastic shakedown cruise for living in Junior full-time. Having never stayed in a National Forest before, I had … Continue reading

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