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A Sunday afternoon hike in a high plains desert

I’m continually delighted by the high plains desert terrain around the town of Laramie, Wyo., where we’ve lived for almost one year.  Every time I venture outdoors in the ample open space that surrounds the town I find intriguing things. Like an ancient-looking stream bed that reminded me of deserts in Utah.  I love walking … Continue reading

Primal Photo of the Day

For a year I lived just below the Continental Divide at 10,700 feet in Summit County, Colo.  From out my backdoor I had instant access to stellar high-alpine wilderness in all directions.  One day I headed out for a hike to the top of the divide just east of Hoosier Pass and captured this image … Continue reading

Primal Photo of the Day

One of the reasons I love hiking so much is the chance to see cool wildlife.  I saw this plump White-tailed Ptarmigan while hiking at Crystal Lakes in the Tenmile Range of Colorado two Autumns ago.  She was sitting very still and blended in so well that I got to within about 10 feet before I saw … Continue reading

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