Monthly Archives: October 2016

Can Vulnerability Make Us Safer?

Above: Fire in a fallen snag, West Stewart fire, Colorado 2016. (Note: This blog entry was originally written for and published on October 25th over on the Wildland Fire Leadership Development blog. I’ve made a few minor edits for typos … Continue reading

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Better lucky than good (when it comes to trip plans), Part 2

Above: My tent camp at Turquoise Lake in the Mission Mountains Wilderness. Note: As always, all of my photos can be found at Flickr. (Part one of this story found here) Here’s the setting: It’s late September, 3 am, dark and … Continue reading

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The end of another fire season (for me anyway)

Above: Burning snag on the West Stewart fire, Northwestern Colorado. As usual, time has been flying by and I’ve been in a non-writing mood for whatever reason. Time to address that I suppose. This was a different fire season for … Continue reading

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Better lucky than good (when it comes to trip plans), Part 1

Above: Mountaineer Peak in the Mission Mountains Wilderness, seen from my “base camp” in the Swan Valley. Note: As always, all of my photos can be found at Flickr. It started out as a vague idea of how I was going to … Continue reading

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