It's been 29 years... but I'm finally going back to Yellowstone!!! You'd think living in Wyoming, I would've been to Yellowstone more than once. But people forget how large our state really is - I'm about seven hours and 400 miles away from the park, so it's not just a weekend bop over to the… Continue reading Next up… Yellowstone!
I've been up and down Medicine Bow Peak eight times since I was eight years old. Needless to say, it is my favorite place in the whole world. Medicine Bow Peak is the prominent peak of the Snowy Range mountains in southeastern Wyoming, and rises to an elevation of 12,018 feet (it was 12,013 for… Continue reading Hiking Medicine Bow Peak
Sometimes you just have to get away, even if it's just close to home and a quick trip to enjoy the longest day of the year on the Summer Solstice. This past spring REI put a lot of their tents on sale, so I pulled the plug and got myself a new tent, the Half… Continue reading Adventuring in Wyoming: Pole Mountain Camping
Adventuring in Wyoming - my new blog series on unique things to see and do in Wyoming, which is my home. This is inspired partially by me wanting to see things I haven't in 30+ years, and by the recent COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to me focusing on adventuring closer to home. I love… Continue reading Adventuring in Wyoming: Como Bluff & Fossil Cabin
Today is the 50th Earth Day, and what a wonderful place Earth is! But my heart aches for the suffering our planet - our home - is enduring. As anthropogenic climate change warms our oceans, melts our glaciers, endangers countless habitats, and brings more severe weather, it can make me feel helpless. The contiguous U.S.… Continue reading The 50th Earth Day