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  • I’m Still Alive – More Later

    Posted by skyblu on September 17, 2007

    The Staff Are Great

    I was sick for a bit. Still am; and am still a pretty private person. I’ll blog a bit less and live a bit more. The upcoming winter is going to be a challenge. msk.jpgmsk.jpgAt least the park is getting pressure to be sensible about research findings. It’s a shame the centennial challenge does not acknowledge upcoming weather and demographic patterns. The GAO thinks it should.



    Here’s where I was.



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    5 Responses to “I’m Still Alive – More Later”

    1. Art Allen said

      Skyblue –

      Dreadfully sorry to hear you were ill. I (and my 204 readers) miss your accurate postings about YELL and other environmental matters

      Get well soon.

      Art Allen

    2. Whoa, good to see you back! And very sorry to hear of it all. I hope it turns out okay and you get to tromp around some fishing holes before it all freezes solid in another, what, three weeks? Whatever the situation, get well soon.

    3. skyblu said

      Thanks every-so-much:

      I’m not going to post a picture of me without hair, but it won’t stop me from fishing. From what Steve and the others in the town say — I’ve not missed much with the heat and the low water. I hope it’s not a trend or permanent.

      There are some fish nearby, and my right arm is just fine. I’m way behind on the work that I have left, and it’s going to take some time to catch up – long winters may be a blessing.

      Life is good.


    4. heavenabove said

      Hope everything turns out well. I also missed your Yellowstone tales.

    5. Murdock said


      Glad to see you back and posting. Keeping you in our thoughts. Can’t wait to see some fish pics.


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