Cross-Country Connections is a Biodork weekly blog entry dedicated to telling stories in pictures of three family members – me, my sister and Mom – living in very different locations across the country. Every week we choose a different theme and then take or contribute a personal photo that fits the theme. This week’s theme is Wildlife.
And this is a somewhat special Cross-Country Connection because it will be Erin’s last photograph contributed from Washington state. In a few days she’ll begin a literal cross-country drive with her husband that will land them in their new home in Washington D.C.! She’s landed an uber-sweet job at a museum out there, and there are some exciting career opportunities for her partner also. I’m really excited
that I’ll have a place to stay for the Women In Secularism conference next year for her and her new job. Congrats, seestor!
From Mom in Carbondale, Illinois:
A white heron and turtles on Crab Orchard Lake
From me in Minneapolis, Minnesota:
A Mourning Cloak butterfly seen this weekend on Madeline Island, Wisconsin.
From Erin in Bellingham, Washington:
Seen on US Rt. 20 in Skagit County in Washington State. A whole herd of elk with a monster of a bull in the lead. It was an amazing send off from Washington state. This marks the last of my Cross Country Connections from Washington. The next two weeks will document the cross country move and then in three weeks will be my first entry from a whole new Washington, as we are moving to Washington DC!