Anyway, I won't bore you anymore with the details of yesterday's journey's road conditions. At any rate, I woke up this morning, and was rewarded with a beautiful view of the mountains of Montana from my hotel:
I think I know what you're thinking. You're probably thinking that the view would be even more beautiful if that Walmart wasn't in the foreground. Well, if I am a little more tech-savvy, I would probably have photo-shopped that Walmart out of the picture. But I'm not. So Walmart is there to stay... At any rate, I have a feeling that somebody like Heidegger would have something to say about this scene of human technology impinging upon nature: Something about the question concerning technology, or something along those lines... perhaps Grimmly would be able to say something about this here?
I also did some yoga this morning. I went to Down to Earth Yoga in downtown Bozeman for self-practice. It's called "self-practice" and not "Mysore practice", because Randa, the teacher who runs the studio, is away in India studying with Lino Miele. So there was no teacher adjusting or assisting people. It was just me and two other people doing primary series at our own pace. It was a very nice and calming practice. Here's how the practice space looks like:
Here's a close-up of the pictures of Ganesh and Guruji at the front of the practice space:
Well, that's all I have to say for now. I'm going to go soak up the sights of Bozeman for the rest of today. More later.