The 13 Types of People You’ll Meet on a Colorado 14er
Welcome! (And sorry.)
I appreciate your patience. As of March 11, 2020, the formatting of this blog is a work in progress. WordPress nuked my old theme/site, for which I’d been paying $20 or so annually since 2010, earlier this year without any semblance of a warning. Here one day, gone the next. Apparently it’s their way of hamfisting a rate increase, which I get, but a little notice would have been nice.
Anyway, most of the content is still here. It just doesn’t look all that pretty. I’ll get a new theme in place and brought up to speed ASAP.
“That wild animals have largely moved out of our view is of small note to many of us. We think, abstractly, that they live out there somewhere, browsing or flying or killing or doing whatever it is they do, and we think that we are keeping them among us by the sheer force of our desire, even as we consume, insatiably, the places where they live.”Ellen Meloy, Eating Stone: Imagination and the Loss of the Wild