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June 2014

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All News IS Local

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn A high school friend of mine recently posted on Facebook asking where we got our news from — CNN, local affiliate, New York Times.  I sort of chuckled upon reading it because the truth is I get my news in a much different way than what my…

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Hitchhiking

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As I started my drive up Boulder Canyon the other night, I noticed the usual number of people standing in the pullout, with their thumbs out, trying to hitch a ride.  It reminded me yet again that in mountain country, hitchhiking is an acceptable means of…

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It says summer on the calendar…

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn But there is still quite a bit of snow in the high country.  I did a hike the other night to check out some trail conditions on the Lake Haiyaha loop in Rocky the other day, and was astounded by the amount of snow on the…

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Trail Pounders

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I was reminded of that saying, “Stop and smell the roses” this weekend, as I was leading a guided wildflower walk.  The entire point of a wildflower walk is to stop and smell, look or touch the flowers along the way, one of which literally is…

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