There are a few places in the world where Steve is complete awe, one of them is the Pando tree in Fishlake National Forest, Utah. I have visted, I have camped and each time I am content to sit and listen to the Aspen leaves in the wind, they are soothing to my soul, laying in my sleeping bag memsurized at night as the Milky Way makes its way across the sky, stars apprearing and dispearing amongst the tiny fragile leaves.
Your Art Box hosts have been working for the last year to grab amazing photographer, conservationist, thinker, and creative genius Lance Oditt as our guest. Either we were going one way or Lance the other, our schdeules finally connected and Linda and I were able to welcome Lance via phone as our guest. Lance is the Executive Director of Friends of Pando and owner of Studio 47.60° North.
We urge you after listening to this episode to visit Friends of Pando web site and look in on the ground breaking work Lance is doing at Studio 47.60° North.
Then you just have to visit Fishlake National Forest and Pando. Pull out your camp chair and spend a few hours listening to the worlds largest organisn charm you with it's sounds, throw out the cot and sleeping bag, spend a summer night in the Pando looking up at as the Milky Way pokes and prods its way through the tree.
Pure delight! Lance thank you for inspiring us to love the tree.