Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Mutton Bone

it was while climbing the hill near camp that I spotted this 1898 installation.   

The next day we went back so Suzan could enjoy the view. It was a leisurely quarter mile and about midway across she noticed something delicately poised on the edge. It took some scrutiny, it had weathered, but eventually I recognized it as a post-dinner offering to the coyotes from two evenings earlier. The Trickster had cleverly placed it for Suzan's discriminating eyes.

Albrecht Durer nodded with satisfaction at this view.  

Erected & re-erected

Safely kept switch. 

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