By Jack Rightmyer When Abe came into our life in September 2009, Judy and I were still grieving the sudden death of our dog Wyatt six months earlier. “I’m not so sure I want a dog yet,” I said to my wife. I reluctantly went along with her to meet … [Read more...] about Hiking and life lessons from an aging dog friend
Pondering more than bruises on a recent Gore outing By Klarisse Torriente We got to Gore around noon on the second Saturday of January, parked in the last available parking lot, changed into our warmest outfits, and boarded a shuttle. We … [Read more...] about Snowboarding: Fun, for those who have access to it
Longtime bird enthusiast takes stock of sobering declines By John Thaxton My mother always assured me that what I worried about most would never happen, and so I got into the habit of worrying about things I really enjoyed suddenly … [Read more...] about Silent spring (and summer)?