It has been so nice to have snow this year, not least (although certainly neither most) because it has given … Continue reading Snowshoe’n Form
Have spent this long holiday weekend at a friend’s family’s second home in Cedarville, California. It is near and dear … Continue reading Cedarville Days and another account of Massacre Lake
There is a mountain in the Virginia Range I’ve been interested in for a while. I call it The Old … Continue reading Climbing into Reno’s Fiery Past
As anyone who knows us probably knows, Renee loves to handstand in strange, usually remote, places, and I love to … Continue reading Check out Renee Handstands!
Renee and I went out east on the Truckee River and helped out on The Nature of Art yesterday. It’s … Continue reading Nature, Art, Dabayóduweʔ
On Sunday, Renee and I set out to climb Star Peak, the highest point in the Humboldt Mountain Range and … Continue reading A Day in the Humboldts
Basque sheep herders were well-known for carving their names and images (women mostly) into aspen trees on … Continue reading Basques Carved Trees in My Backyard