Perhaps it’s fitting. Late in the year, I found myself curling into a colorful scarf and hiding out on a Crooked River. It could barely be seen from the lodge, so I hiked outside in search of a scenic overlook. Continue reading “Tireless with a Twist”
I’m beginning to realize something. Life everywhere exists in layers.
Layers of rock and hardened lava beneath our feet. Layers of color in a dancing autumn leaf. Layers of fur in an animal’s shedding coat. Layers of emotion in our outlook on the universe. Continue reading “Honoring Our Layers”
On a Sunday in January, the cold Minnesota morning greeted me with a welcome sight. The Sun had strolled about … Continue reading The Sun and its furry companions
Rocky Mountain National Park, as seen from Colorado. I don’t do a lot in downtown Minneapolis, but it’s a perfectly … Continue reading Facing your fears