Out at 6:30 am this morning. A moderately heavy fog allowed for visibility of only about a hundred feet as the day began to dawn.
No screaming women this morning...only the distant gobble of Tom Turkeys, calling from their roosts in the canyon below. These, along with a healthy deer herd, undoubtedly provide a little of the cat-nip that would make this place an appealing stop within the mountian lions large home range, said to be 25-140 sq. km. for females and up to 750 km. for males (who do not allow over-lapping of other males within their ranges) per University of Michican Dept. of Zoology.