There hasn’t been much going on around home that was worthy of blogging material the past few days. Wanda is still making trips to Jackson to help deal with her mother’s situation. Sally and I just hang out, cut a little grass, do a little weed-eating, etc. I find myself spending more time on my computer than I should. Reading blogs, making an occasional comment, following links, etc.
Yesterday, I stumbled upon a very unique live webcam. I found myself sitting in my chair watching it for over an hour. Much better than watching TV. At one time there were nine bears on camera. A couple were up on top of the falls, catching salmon in their mouths. A couple more were practically submerged below the falls, and would actually dive under the water and come up with a fish.
The picture above is a capture I took early this morning. A minute or so later the bear turned and looked directly into the camera, but I wasn’t quick enough to catch that. It was like it was looking directly at me. Almost spooky.
The camera is located on the Brooks River in Katmai National Park, Alaska. The link is http://explore.org/#!/live-cams/player/river-watch-brown-bear-salmon-cams
Check it out. Bet you will find yourself sitting a spell, and watching some of Nature at its best.