I want to tell you about leaving the Lamar Valley.
Mary and I spent three winters living and volunteering at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch in the heart of Yellowstone’s wildlife-filled country. That experience changed our lives, prompted us to leave our home in Oregon so that we could live next door to Yellowstone.
I looked recently at my dog-eared copy of In the Temple of Wolves, the book I wrote about those three winters. The last chapter captures why those winters were so powerful. And why we live here today.
Here’s the story:
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This reading based on a chapter of the best selling In the Temple of Wolves.
Rick Lamplugh writes and photographs to protect wildlife and wild lands.
His bestselling In the Temple of Wolves; its sequel, Deep into Yellowstone; and its prequel, The Wilds of Aging are available signed.
His books are also available unsigned or as eBook or audiobook on Amazon.
Top photo by Rick Lamplugh.