• What we’ll do
Active CVHG member Robert “Grizzly” Grover has returned to his earlier life as a seasonal national park employee. Last summer he worked in the same store where he spent the summer of 1983, two hundred yards from Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. While hiking three hundred miles on both heavily and lightly traveled trails, he took over two thousand photos. The best of these will be featured in a presentation at the Woodward Park Library (944 E. Perrin, just west of Cedar / Champlain) on Wednesday, March 14 from 7 pm to 8 pm. “Intimate Yellowstone” will feature a creative look at some of the standard Yellowstone fare, such as the thermal features and large animals, and also the colorful and sometimes adorable smaller creatures of the park, the scenery along some of the lesser known hikes in the Old Faithful area, and the sights you might miss if you don’t slow down and take a closer look. A small sample of the photos featured can be found at: grizzlygrover.com. Earlier photos and stories (including some from CVHG hikes over the last year) can be found at: grizzlygrover.blogspot.com. If you can’t make this presentation, or want to see it more than once, it will also be presented the evening before, at REI (7810 N Blackstone, in River Park) for their weekly program on Tuesday, March 13 from 6 pm to 7 pm. IMPORTANT: If you plan to attend the presentation at REI, you must register on their website at https://www.rei.com/stores/fresno.html (scroll down to the 3/13 event).
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