I want to tell you a story of wondering about wolves.
A while ago when the park was open, Mary, our friend Leo, and I followed a snow-covered service road to the edge of Yellowstone’s Blacktail Deer Plateau. Our plan—if you can call it that—was to walk as far as we want onto the plateau. Little snow had fallen in the last couple of cold weeks so our hiking boots crunched on shallow snow as we proceed.
Within a hundred yards, Leo found the tracks of a single wolf; they look fresh... To listen to the rest:
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This reading based on a chapter of the best selling Deep into Yellowstone.
A BIG THANKS to each of you who took the time to listen and comment on my first three audio “try-out-posts.” Your enthusiasm and support encouraged me to continue these weekly audio stories. While we are locked down, I hope they continue to provide a brief respite and maybe even transport you to Yellowstone.
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.