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The Stars Aligned

The message read, “Triple D (A walk in the park) or Astrid & Israh. Pizza & beer on me! Gail from California. We are in loop E, space 55. Meet us tonight (Tuesday) at Annie’s Creek Restaurant at 7:30 p.m.” I posted the note Monday on the bulletin board outside the camp store at Crater… Read More ›

Advice From A Mountain

Reach new heights Savor life’s peak experiences There is beauty as far as the eye can see Stand in the strength of Your True Nature Be uplifting Follow the trails of the Wise Ones Protect and preserve timeless beauty, silence, solitude, serenity, flowing rivers, ancient trees. Rise above it all Make solid decisions Climb beyond… Read More ›

The Reluctant Cook: Cowboy BBQ

Camping, camp fires, and camp cookouts bring out the cowboy in my chef. While on a recent outing, after a long day of fishing, hiking and a trip to the local store to replenish supplies, it was back to camp for a one-skillet grillin’ t-bone steak. First off, my cowboy pre-cooked the potatoes, so after… Read More ›

The Thrill of the Chase

A 42 lb. bronze chest is filled with a multimillion dollar bounty. Hundreds of gold nuggets, rare coins, and jewels such as emeralds, diamonds and rubies are in this modern day treasure chest, and it can all be yours, that is, if you can find it. Forrest Fenn, a multimillionaire art collector from Santa Fe,… Read More ›

Fat Fido Runs a 5K

Does your dog seem a little lazier than usual? Is he lounging around after his evening kibbles? Is her belly a little bigger after the holiday scraps? Maybe it’s time to start training Fido for a 5K. A program called “Pooch to 5K” will get your dog running a 5K (3.1 miles) in just 12… Read More ›

Coming Soon: Happy Camper Project

In 1993 my friend Kim (mom to two-year old James) and I (mom to two-year old Haily and one on the way – to be named Hannah) decided to set up a tradition with our kids. The idea was to take a week every summer to go camping at the Sugarpine State Park in Lake… Read More ›

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