In 2015, the 14ers in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains alone, endured the pounding feet of 72,000 hikers!
Little known river rafting fact: Much of the rigging and packing process is focused on the accessibility, safety, and
I’m lucky enough to have friends who are talented artists, makers, and in Kyndra Connor’s case, bakers.
Houston can be pretty overwhelming–heck, any city can be overwhelming– and my wander itch was
I did the unthinkable, the taboo, the irreversible: I got a matching tattoo.
The one kind of tattoo most feared and
A thousand apologies for being away from Ellipsis! I have a good excuse: a traveling one. I’ve been almost in a
The sky has been dumping buckets of rain on Fort Collins for weeks, and it’s made it difficult to fulfill my
Last weekend, I drove 11 hours to visit one of my very good
friends who left Fort Collins, Colorado last summer for
A perk of MFA programs is opportunity to meet inspiring, smart, talented writers. In April, Cheryl Strayed, author of
“One of the strange things about living in the world is that it is only now and then one is quite sure one is going to live forever and ever and ever."
~ Frances Hodgson Burnett
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