This post is brought to you as a public service by popular demand. And by popular demand, I mean Cindy’s demand.
You see, Cindy is a diehard Meatasaurus Rex. Soooo, a real dedicated carnivore, you ask? Ha! Dedicated carnivores are mere speed bumps in her path, with her footprints stomped firmly across their backs; she’s waaaay beyond being a dedicated carnivore — she’s on another level entirely. Whenever we go on vacation, she generally has only one true food goal in mind — the best steak she has ever eaten. Period. Sure, she will try to masquerade that goal with other — healthier — sounding goals… but I’m never taken by her subterfuge.
We spotted these late blooms on a hike above Driggs, Idaho, last month. We were wanting a much longer hike, but were intercepted by another hiker who had encountered a grizzly bear cub about an hour up the trail and had hightailed it before the mama griz could make her presence known. Since we had nothing to fend off a bear, we slowly followed him back the way we had come.