This just came on the local news. I don’t even have words.

Last night around 10pm, I was driving my sister home, and we stopped at this stop sign and saw a kid. He looked to be around 10 or 11. He was shirtless and standing on the road right at the corner of the intersection. He was also holding a shovel. As we looked over at him, he stared right at us and started scraping the shovel back and forth over the pavement.

It was the fucking creepiest thing I have ever seen in real life.



Thanks to the many volunteers who spent time at National Public Lands Day events today, enjoying and improving the public lands we all love. And a special thanks to BLM staff, partners and volunteers who braved the weather for a successful NPLD condor release in Arizona.

We close the day with photos of White Pocket in Vermilion Cliffs National Monument by Bob Wick, where our condors fly tonight.

The towering escarpments of the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument and nearby wilderness areas provide ideal habitat for the condors. Here they can safely nest among the ledges and soar. Mitch Owens BLM Vermilion Cliffs National Monument Outdoor Recreation Planner.

Stay tuned next week for more photos and stories from our day of “CondorsOnTheRise”.