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Yesterday I drove with a friend up Provo Canyon, past Sundance, along the Alpine Loop. It’s a road that is only open in summer. It twists and turns. It is mean to be enjoyed slowly, 10 mph.
At the peek, near 8,000 feet. We left car behind to hike. Through Aspen forests, to meadows. All of it back-dropped by Wasatch… Continue reading
As a kid, I quite liked games. Card games. Board games. I liked competitions. Track meets. Baseball tournaments. I now realize a bit more of what it was for my parents to support a weekend of marathon seven-inning baseball games, sometimes five or six over three days. It took endurance for them. Driving. Revising schedules. Packing lunches. I loved submersing… Continue reading
It begins with a simple hello. There is joy in connection. A joy that is as natural as this mountain stream cascading over stones. There are four of us on Zoom, which gives us video and voice connection. We are colleagues. We are also friends. We haven’t connected in this way for a couple of weeks. If we were wolves… Continue reading