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September 2014

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Spiritual Renewal

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Why do people go to the mountains?  I think the biggest reason for me, is how it restores my spirit, and refreshes my soul.  Being in the mountains makes my heart sing, and fills me up.  Perhaps John Muir said it best: “Climb the mountains and…

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The Road Less Traveled

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I took the above photo while hiking in Wild Basin (a southern area of Rocky Mountain National Park)  the other day.  When I looked at it today, immediately the famous Robert Frost poem, The Road Not Taken came to mind. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry…

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Getting Ready for Winter

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn During the Fall season at Rocky Mountain National Park, I do a walk for visitors called, “Autumn in the Rockies.”  The gist of the walk is how Autumn is a time of change, a time of preparation.  We talk about the three ways to survive winter…

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Gold Hill

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Bryon and I had a lovely dinner at the Gold Hill Inn the other night, so it seemed fitting to write a little bit about this precious little hamlet located high in the hills above Boulder.  While we had driven through Gold Hill once shortly after…

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