My, how you have grown!

The hunt for the Frosted Elfin on the Caddo NG was definitely a success! Furthermore, I think in more than one way. For example, I learned new plants, saw new critters, and made new friends. Anyway I look at it…success!

So a big thank you to all the volunteers! Alan, Laura, Scott, and Suzanne who drove a long way for the day trips. The local folks, (Linda, Jason, Cyndee, and Cheryl), that provided useful tips! And especially to Jeanne, a big thank you, for camping with me for two weeks. It was quite the adventure!

First afternoon walk, Gracie took a roll in the grass!

While I was gone, the thistles have started blooming. Here a small bee fly feeding!

This gorgeous puffball ready to puff!

My how the Buffalo Gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima) has grown in a week! It was not even noticeable a week ago.

A vulture had lost a feather.

And the best part, the nestling is now standing! Furthermore, the baby has learned to speak! It was quite vocal hissing at me while the parents were away. 🙂

Lastly but certainly not least, thank you to home base support team, Jim and Gracie, for the logistics getting me to the campsite!

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Keep looking!

The more you know, the more you see and the more you see, the more you know.


  1. Gracie is happy you are home. It looks like a great adventure. Lucky you have so many friends to help. And happy to see a growing baby.

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