costa's hummer

Saturday, October 5, 2013


Rescue © Robert Sommers 2013
The winter storm Atlas shrugged it's way through the Rocky Mountains yesterday and pretty much laid our vacation plans to waste, along with a confluence of other factors. Earliest and most powerful winter storm in two decades, the prospect of driving through six hours of hail and blizzard in Utah and Wyoming, and our travel mates sudden sickness and travails, all dashing the best laid plans of mice and men.

If Yellowstone and the Tetons had been open it would have been one thing but every sign, not to mention a few very close friends, was signaling danger Will Robinson and after a fretful night of consideration we tabled the whole idea in the early morn.

We will go when the constellations line up better, after consulting the necessary oracles, of course. This one had trouble written all over it.

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