Author of Blog Mentioned in Mountain Project Journal Article About a month ago I was riding my bike home along the Goose Creek path in Boulder, pondering the little split I was starting to see along the soles of my climbing shoes when I looked up and saw the sign for “Rock and Resole” right … More “A Person Wrote a Thing About Me! (Kind of)”
Way back in October I visited the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument in Escalante, UT. I had heard about Escalante from my sister, who had spent time there while she was working for the Canyonlands Conservation Corps. The Escalante is no doubt one of the most amazing spots in the U.S., boasting our darkest and quietest location, … More Bear’s Ears, Batman!
I was at bit of a loss of what to say this week with regards to Thanksgiving. Gratitude is usually a theme in this blog, so it seems a little silly and redundant to have a Thanksgiving special, if you will. While I’m thinking about this, I’m sitting in my sister’s house in Boulder. It’s … More Thanksgiving, a Manifesto, and a Name Change
This conserved piece of land is tucked under the South end of Lake Wicwas in Meredith, NH (one of the many many lakes we have in NH, and a lake which, I, as a local, had no idea existed until February the 14th, 2016). … More Exploring the Hamlin-Eames Recreation Site
New Hampshire has a bunch of different groups popping up that are working to collect pieces of land for conservation purposes. … More Rumney Pleasures
December 30th, 2015 The Walter Newton Natural Area is one of Plymouth, NH’s proudest and longest-standing conservation areas thanks to the Plymouth Conservation Commission. It came into my awareness as a chubby sixth grader when we did a naturalism field trip to discover and catalog different plant species growing in the woods. I remember very … More Walter Newton Revamped