Monthly Archives: July 2017

Wahoo!-2 Iron Springs Sandstone

This is the second part in a short series from my time at field camp in college. Look for the next parts in the coming weeks. You can read part one here.  It was lunchtime and we were no longer … Continue reading

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Wahoo!-1 Pilot Valley

This is the first part in a short series from my time at field camp in college. Look for the next parts in the coming weeks. The first time I heard Doug “Wahoo” we were driving in a twelve-seat van.  … Continue reading

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A New Olympic Sport

This may or may not be inspired by an actual conversation. I’m not admitting to anything, except that my husband is a drainage engineer. The man dribbled the basketball dejectedly as his wife pulled her car up next to the … Continue reading

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Bear Spray, Princesses, and the Wandering Mind

I recently took an amazing vacation to Alaska. We hiked (to glaciers, lakes, waterfalls), fished at the break of dawn (which is REALLY early in Alaska in the summer), flew to the wilderness, and generally spent our time doing, moving, … Continue reading

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