Tuesday, April 19, 2011
All cooped up
We put up a post last night about early mammoth hunters. We took it down this morning because we realized the photo was copyrighted. If we get permission to use the picture, we will put it back up. The gist of the post was simply that federal scientists believe the water flowing out of Montezuma Well (and across our property) fell as rain or snow at least 10,000 years ago on the Old Mogollon Rim that we can see from our campfire area. Sooo...now when we look at that water, our imagination can visualize early hunters who visited the Verde Valley seeking what few giant mammoths remained here after the Ice Age.
Today's the last of my Tuesday Target Shoots until next November. I will surely miss those weekly episodes.
Today's also just a regular go-go day getting more stuff crossed off Ye Ol' Checklists. Checklists are a lot like weeds. Just when you think you've pulled all your weeds, another new crop of them pop up. So it is with lists. When everything gets crossed one list, poof, like magic along comes 30 more things to do. It's never ending.
Have a great day & Many Cheers, jp
Posted by John Parsons at 7:32 AM