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May 2018

Recreation

BolderBoulder: A Different Perspective

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn As I approached Barker Park, a group of 20 people or so gathered around.  Only for the BolderBoulder would a group be gathered at 6 a.m. in this location.  A woman with a ball cap shouted directions: “Make sure you check in and get your t-shirt…

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Wildfire Wildlife

From Burn to Boon

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn When I first saw my friends after their home burned to the ground, I didn’t know what to say?  I knew how I would feel if we had lost our home.  But the loss felt even more bitter for my friends.  Like my husband and me,…

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Weather/Climate

Wherever you go, disaster can happen

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn I’ve never been to the island of Oahu, but like many, have fantasized how idyllic it would be.  White sand beaches, turquoise blue waters — what’s not to like?  For many, it’s their fantasy dream of the ideal place to live.  It’s especially appealing during the…

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Recreation

Wilderness First Aid

Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn The woman lay wrapped up in tin foil, like a hot dog crinkled up in a wrapper.  Only the slightest green tinge of her sleeping bag appeared at the top of the mylar blanket enveloping her.  Her head poked out the top, as rope criss-crossed down…

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