It has been four months since I last posted on this site. Long-Covid is not something I want to go through again, and I don’t wish it on anyone else. Actually, I am still suffering from fatigue and tingling numbness in my hands and feet. I started my morning walks again this week – the first since February. The walks feel good but are about half the distance I was accustomed to. I need much more rest afterward than pre-covid and have to take off a day out of every four or five.
My writing has been mostly nonexistent. Along with writing, my photography has been put on a hiatus. I do not yet have the energy to get out with any of my cameras. I have managed about 600 words over the past ten days and have taken 150 or so shots with my cameras.
But, life goes on, and slowly and gradually, my life is starting to feel more normal.
Today’s photos - are from a trip around my backyard yesterday.
Wyoming History - Thanks once again for Patrick Holscher’s excellent book – On This Day In Wyoming History. I am reminded of this.
On July 21, 1987, the most powerful tornado to ever hit Wyoming struck Yellowstone Park destroying over 15,00 acres of forest.
Wyoming Trivia Question of the day –
What U.S President signed the bill establishing Yellowstone National Park - Answer under the photo.
Ulysses S. Grant, our 18th President