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Month: July 2016

Disarming the Guards

Disarming the Guards

Last night we were laying in the camper watching the Walking Dead. I had to do a double take when I remembered that an hour earlier Chris and I were sitting outside mouths open as a family of bald eagles circled our camp. A river clearer and colder than any I’d ever seen was rushing past 50 feet away, and in the morning we would startle a beaver while crossing it. This is real, we are actually living the life we…

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Standing up for the Present

Standing up for the Present

The News. I get it now when I log into Facebook when somebody posts something like “what happened was horrible today my heart goes out to the victim.” Just last night I spoke with a man around our campfire, we laughed at how if the world ended at least in human terms we would be the last to know. We spend much time outside of cell or internet service, and when we do have it we NEVER look at the…

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Grand Tetons

Grand Tetons

We are camped just outside Grand Teton National Park. We chose a spot from fellow friend and blogger’s recommendation that meets the ideal criteria. It is free, it has a great view, it has adequate cell and internet and is quite peaceful. This morning a contracted helicopter for the Forest Service has been running fire drills where they suspend two employees below on a rope and carry them across the landscape. It certainly is a nice landscape. Going for a…

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