The Scenery

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The enchanting path from the  Dome out to Dunbar Meadow
Scruffy, young deer enjoy the shady side of the Dome
Looking South from the edge of Dunbar Meadows
Curious deer in Dunbar Meadow
Another stunning sunset viewed from the kitchen-side deck
Very bold (and very beautiful) humingbirds mob the Dome all summer. This female Rufous hummingbird needed to be escorted out of the house!
A small group of  Mule deer create "rush hour" at the  Dome
Momma moose and her calf take an early morning stroll across the yard
Rainbow (along with Splake, Brown, and Whitefish) can be found in nearby Louis and Christina lakes, Little Popo Agie River, and numerous creeks. (photo courtest of WhackingFatties.com)
Can you spot the Sandhill Cranes "spiriting" through Dunbar Meadow?

Take a stroll through your own private forest

Sandhill Cranes (Photo Courtesy of Audobon Society)
It is highly likely that  this Shiras bull moose was born in the  stand of aspen only yards from the Dome
View of land to the left of the shop
Splake (along with Rainbow, Brown, and Whitefish) can be found in nearby Louis and Christina lakes, Little Popo Agie River, and numerous creeks. (photo courtest of WhackingFatties.com)
Western Tanager (photo Courtesy of Audobon Society)
Moose cow and calf ready to call it a day and bed down in the aspens
Mountain Bluebirds have come back every year to their established nest under the Dome's deck
Generations of elk have called the woods and meadows around the Dome "home"
Pronghorn bucks paling around
Bull elk bugle across Dunbar Meadow in late September. Listen to the recording made out  of the Dome's loft window.
Two cow elk move past the kitchen window in the photo below

Another spectacular (and heavenly) sunset. A view you will never tire of!
The "yard" beyond the propane tanks
 (photo courtesty of Audobon Society)
This baby marmot peers through the "hallway hub" window
(this photo of a bull elk is Courtesy Wikipedia.org Mammals of Wyoming)
This big bull moose  cruises past the back of the house
Standing at the base of "Gold Hill" and facing Dunbar Meadows
A group of cow elk double-time it past the living room window

Shiras cow moose in aspen grove next to the Dome
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These colorful birds have been seen flitting about the forests that surround the Dome
Looking south-east  (across the neighboring parcel) from the very north end of Dunbar Meadows. The house is so well hidden we had to draw a red circle around it on this photo.
Looking east from a nearby hill in the Shoshone National Forest