What is the first trail you want to travel when snow is on the ground?
When not writing I can be found outdoors, and it is a great honor and pleasure to know a kindred spirit or two.
Consider the following, captured by one such type:
A gentle admonishment from a follower, who politely requested that I write about my writing projects.
You ask, I do. One of my projects involves the outdoors. As some know there are things that go bump in the night, and include the mountain lion.
I know the individual who shot the following videos, and he never disappoints with his vast body of knowledge:
Because I live minutes from thousands of acres of national forests and open spaces it is easy to appreciate Nature.
And to take it for granted some times. So certain phrases and observations by greater minds is always good:
Between every two pines is a doorway to a new world. – John Muir
But when we need release from the stress that civilization imposes, we don’t look at skyscrapers. We go to unmarked deserts, uncut forests, unpolluted shores. We breathe air with no stench of traffic fumes. We see animals that should remind us that we are not the only creatures that inhabit the earth. We return home refreshed and strengthened. – Olive Ghiselin
Well, then, I must be HAPPY: https://www.outsideonline.com/2154526/do-our-crazy-athletic-pursuits-actually-make-us-happy
Instead of Social Media, consider the real world: http://www.outdoorproject.com/blog-news/ultimate-western-national-parks-road-trip?
I am close enough to the Colorado-Wyoming border that news like this matters to me in more than one way. Of course, the current occupant of the governor’s mansion in Colorado is also cause for pause/concern. Not to put too fine a point to this, but, NO:
Respectfully, I disagree with the opinion and the approach:
Always nice to know this type of information: