COVID-19 Hunker-down Log. Stardate 44040.25

Combating boredom.

It has been a busy week here in Colorado. I’m heading back to Northern Colorado for another few days of moose photography. It’s prime-time now for the moose. I’ve made three trips into the wilderness so far this summer and the escape from hunkering down has been a life saver. Not knowing how long this pandemic is going to keep a lid on activity, I’ve got to take advantage of my opportunities while they last.

I did manage to get a photograph of the Neowise comet that’s been in our night skies for the past month or so. Clouds have kept it obscured but I’ve persevered and managed a pleasant evening together with the wife sitting by one of the local lakes on Sunday evening. Success, finally!

Happy thought inventory.

A few days at the cabin, sitting on the deck, spending quiet time with my girl, exploring the wilderness with the camera. My favorite time of year.

Slacker status.

No slackers encountered today.

No first-responder activity to report.

The hunkering down continues.

Still alive and well here in Denver.