With Deep Snow and Cold temps I wanted to get outside. Trying out L.T Wright GenOx Limited edition knife and practicing some basic bushcraft skills in the deep snow. Come hang out for a relaxing day as I share some of my favorite bush crafters and a lost in the wood story.
This is a long road in and out of Arches National Park. I am going to break it up into several videos much like the Bison of SD videos. Unfortunately, I had forgotten my video camera in the car once we got into the park so I am going to see about creating a video with the pictures that we took.
More of the Bison to see while driving through. This drive on the small stretch of road actually took a little over 12 minutes to get through all the bison since they roam openly and freely (as they should).
This will be a first of a few videos of the bison that roam South Dakota. Watching the video you will notice that everyone is whispering, this is because my two nieces were previously screaming when the bison came into view, so I told them that if they screamed the bison may come over to the car so they were then whispering. Small lie to save my hearing. Two 10 year old girls screaming in one car is very, very loud!
Here I note the positions of three strangely placed glacial stones. I see many cases of stones that have been closely placed side by side with distant stones placed in the between them. In this case I took an azimuth reading of the distant stone and noted an azimuth bearing of 165 degrees. This was taken standing between the two stones in the front. There is nothing significant I could readily find about 165 degrees and its back azimuth of 345 degrees. I used one moon azimuth calculator and got the following data for azimuths close to 165 degrees: