the top one looks great and I 'd love to have some of those chipmunks
These pictures make me look forward to our upcoming trip. I love the old cabin.
I love that old cabin. It seems we never are :))
Love that old cabin. Looking forward to seeing some of those critters in the spring!
Why the "Sigh" ?I always loved them. BTW, what's the log cabin for?A comfort station?Bus shelter?I like the texture of the logs.
The place has an abundance of Red Admirals too.
You were not alone in all the good ways! Seems like your "company" was very good at leaving you enough personal space ;)
I don't think we are ever really alone! But what a world this is to surround us with such beauty and cute critters....I am in love with all of these images...what a great story board!
No, we are never alone, even when we think we are.Love the cabin, chipmunk, and butterflies, and the fly is is interesting!
We are never alone. I read once we are never more than 5 feet from a spider, which could be both creepy or comforting, depending on how you feel about spiders.
Excellent point punctuated by some very beautiful pictures.
Nope, never alone.Wonder what the log cabin's story is.I haven't seen chipmunks here in Florida! I'm sure they are around. Yes, way too many of them in Wisconsin!
I love chipmunks. Is that crazy or is that just me?-- KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Love these shots! The abandoned house is perfect and so is the butterfly. I love the color in everything.
We were in Yellowstone last June and it is such an amazing place! It was fascinating the way things were constantly skittering about the ground and all the buzzing and flitting going on in the air...like you said, all the while, feeling as if you're completely alone in the middle of nowhere.
Looks like you were having a sweet adventure. We explored old cabins in Wyoming in 2009 and they were special.
great photos, such cute critters to have with you on your outing
You are never alone - there is always something else somewhere. Beautiful pics
Looking at that cabin tends to make me start feeling homesick for the old wilderness homestead I never had.Awesome photography here!
Looks like a beautiful spot. Gorgeous butterfly and those pesky chipmunks! =D