Please pardon my missing a post last week, I had just returned from Central America to the United States and there were many transitions to be made all at once. Firstly, I spent the night in the Mexico City airport, decidedly NOT sleeping, so I was tired. Secondly, I had not the use of a … More Secret Beaches and Accidental Trespassing: A Manuel Antonio Adventure
It was Creeksgiving as they call it in the climbing world, or the time when many-a-climber makes the journey to Indian Creek, that grand valley between highway 191 and Canyonlands to climb their faces off during Thanksgiving. For this reason, all the affordable campsites were occupied, there was no room for us at the inn. … More Return to Moab Part 2: Is This a Canyon?
I, like many of us, am working to sustain myself financially. Money and economics are a discussion for another day; a day before which I will have to do a lot of reading on the subject. Suffice it to say for now that there are some alternative perspectives on our economic systems that are worthy … More Nature Is a Requirement