How to make a canopy over bed : 8x10 canopy.
How To Make A Canopy Over Bed
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- the umbrellalike part of a parachute that fills with air
- the transparent covering of an aircraft cockpit
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First sun over the Clearwater
Heading home I stopped on the Greer grade, leading down to the main Clearwater River in Idaho - - the sun broke through the clouds and lit up the rain freshened slopes of the opposite canyon wall. Beautiful country!
Fly Flipper (of Flickr Foto Fame) and her husband, Jason - - know the Clearwater River Basin area of Idaho well. They both love and respect the great outdoors. Both dry fly fish (and are good at it). Both (and here is the important one) are Washington State Cougars. Throw in that Fly Flipper uses (well), the same DSLR and lenses that I recently purchased. They know how to camp, show up on time, and have outstanding attitudes towards life, that rain, mud or slow fishing at times, can’t dampen. So, when I got an invite to join these two for some camping, hiking, fly fishing, photography, and remote forest road exploration - - I jumped at the chance.
Following, paper plate instructions I easily found their well organized campsite. A camp fire was blazing when I pulled in and added my pickup truck, with bed in back, to the camp.
The weather was unusual. It felt like fall much of the time, especially when our activity caused us to wander up high in the mountains on the Idaho-Montana border. It rained. At times it ceased; at times it fell lightly; and at other times it came down exceedingly hard. When that happened we retreated to shelter and waited it out.
The scenery in the area is spectacular and we had a lot of fun enjoying the diverse wildlife in the area. We saw: white tail deer, elk, weasel, moose, and many nesting and fishing - osprey.
The osprey fledglings provided comic relief as we watched the parents continue to feed them while the time was coming near, when they would stop doing so, to encourage them to take flight from the nest for the first time and learn to “fish for themselves”.
We kept a clean, organized and secure camp, and as a result, the local camp chipmunk became perturbed with us. He got his revenge the first night, when between rainstorms, he found Fly Flipper and Jason’s TP supply, under a tarp and turned it into a shredded art form.
My guess is there is currently a chipmunk in Idaho, sleeping in a nest lined with soft white shredded paper, as I write this note.
At the end of a day of fly fishing, exploring back roads, or photographing and viewing wildlife, we sat, as campers do, and stared into the campfire, sharing stories, memories, and a little about ourselves and what makes each of us as individuals, tick.
So, now back home, I carry with me memories of: friendship; camp fires; cold clear mountain rivers and creeks; mountains shrouded in mist and rain clouds; sleeping warm and comfy under the canopy of my truck, listening to the rain patter on the fiberglass canopy, a little fly fishing; some photography (at least one campsite photo was staged), and wildlife ranging from large young moose, expert osprey fishing the rivers better than we, and an unseen but understood, tiny camp chipmunk - - with an attitude.
Fly Flipper and Jason. Thank you.
Bookcase lights! Yeah!
LOVE how they make the room feel more cozy(well, maybe it's just me.) So, now I just have to reorganize/declutter the bookcases. But I love the lights. And I rigged them to come on with the switch by the door. So, the crystal pendant over the door and these will come on together. Love! I love Light Therapy Week!
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