Just before Jamie shuts the car off in the parking lot I see the air temperature. 10 degrees Fahrenheit. The expected high is to be in the 40's, but that will be after we finish. I've dressed for about a mid 20's start so it seems as though I'd better generate some heat. We embark … Continue reading Staunton Jaunt
Pursuing elk provides ample opportunity to reflect on more than a hunt
Back on The Colorado Trail - I take ten days, nine on trail to go 230 miles on the back half of the Colorado Trail.
At times we may be merely hanging on, while at others we eagerly await the opportunity to spring forth.
Sifting through images I came across this video I shot in mid June during a 4 day backpack trip. It was one of the best hours of the past year. A gentle uphill trail, butterflies afloat filling the air around me, wildflowers in abundance and aspens 🌳 hitting their early chartreuse green. It was a … Continue reading Reflecting on the Past Year
As fall draws nearer, I take advantage of all opportunities to venture into the high country before bad weather forces change.
Day three in the Lost Creek Wilderness 84 mile loop! Meeting lots of nice folks today!
Four solo days in the Lost Creek Wilderness of Colorado to celebrate one's birthday.
Walkabout Saturday 24 March 2017 Forsythe Canyon, Roosevelt National Forest, Boulder County, Colorado Time 1035 Elevation – 7,844' 50F, mostly cloudy, light breeze I find my spot on a rock after having hiked the area of Forsythe Canyon and Twin Sisters Peaks for the last few hours. Ironically I can throw a rock to my … Continue reading Walkabout – 2017.03.24
Soul Soothing Saturday, 18 March, 2017 Boulder County, Colorado Time 0620 Elevation - 6250’ Calm, slightly cloudy, 35℉ Taking the last morning of the week, my journey seeking stillness comes at a good time. I’d spent the last day working on a landscape project at my house and had come to a challenging crossroad. Leaving … Continue reading Soul Soothing -2017.03.18