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About this Art:
This painting is of a real incident that happened in Idaho years ago, up on the Lower Palisades Lake. My old friend Bob and I were packing in to the upper Palisades Lake to do some fishing when we saw a big bull moose coming down the trail. It was on a very narrow spot where there wasn't very much room and I told Bob we better get off the trail as soon as we could because when that bull comes around the corner of the trail he's going to be right in our face. I didn't want to be having him spook our horses before the end of the lake or having him charge us, so we took the only place we could find off the trail - up the hill. The hill had a bunch of rocks and it was hard to get the horses up there, but we finally got them up off the trail and just in time. Right after, the bull moose came around the bend of the trail and he just kept a chugging on by. He was a big bull and I was glad we were up above him. He never even looked at us, he was on the move and focused on something else. However, I had the thought that the situation could make a good painting, so I painted it.