Monday, April 20, 2020

Leaving Yellowstone's Lamar Valley: An AudioPost

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.

Coyote photo by Rick Lamplugh

Top photo by Rick Lamplugh.

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