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December 2015

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Driving through the storm

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Peering out the side window, I could see I was somewhere on the road.  Whether I was in the right lane was anybody’s guess.  Gripping the steering wheel ever harder, I could feel the tension in my shoulders as the windshield wipers went back and forth….

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Torchlight parade

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I took a moment to glance up the hill and saw the line of skiers cascading down the hill, “torches” burning bright, bathing the entire ski slope in red and orange.  I took a snapshot in my mind that I could hold on to as all…

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I’m dreaming of a White Christmas

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As the east coast basks in summer-like temperatures, we are preparing for yet another white Christmas here in the Rocky Mountains.  Forecasted highs are in supposed to be in the 20s, and a blanket of white fluffy stuff covers the ground with another 5 or so…

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Driving the Canyon — sending a message

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn “I admit it,” my friend Kate said sheepishly, “I’m a flasher.”  To hear those words, you might think she was indulging in streaking or other odd pursuits, but in fact, my friend Kate was talking about her daily commute up and down Boulder Canyon.  “Flashing” her…

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