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Bears Revisited

August 24, 2015 - Back in February, I was fortunate enough to participate in the final stages of an attempt to return two young black bear...
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Spring in the Mountains

May 10, 2015 - I may be biased, but I don't think that there is a bad time to be in the Rockies. It's easy to look at a photo and be im...
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Spring At Last

April 11, 2014 - Spring officially arrived on March 20th, but in the high country of Colorado there have been several days that seemed an...
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Rocky Mountain High

April 22, 2013 - Today marks the 44th Earth Day. It's a time to think about our connection with the planet. I feel fortunate to be able t...
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As the Snow Melts

March 20, 2013 - On this first day of spring, I can look around and see that, while the snow around my house can only be found in grimy-l...
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In The Wilderness

May 17, 2012 - Living in the mountains is quite an experience, but it is no substitute for spending time deep in the wilderness. Spring...
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Spring Cleaning

May 03, 2012 - Spring in the mountains is a time of rapid change. Every walk (or run) is a chance to see new scenery. Despite little ra...
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Dawn To Dusk

April 22, 2012 - I can think of no better reason to wake up before dawn than to be on a mountain trail as the sun rises. An early morning...
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April 14, 2012 - As I was preparing to escape to the mountains, I thought a great deal about living in the wilderness and all the opportu...
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April 08, 2012 - This time of year is associated with new beginnings and growth. It's a time of change in the natural world, and nowhere...
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March 31, 2012 - As I reached the end of my 4th mountain run yesterday and checked my watch, it occurred to me that the human body is oft...
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Onwards and Upwards

March 25, 2012 - Spring is (officially, at least) here to stay. Traces of snow remain in sheltered areas and high peaks, but the ground i...
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