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Tales of a Solo Traveler

June 30th, 2020

I summited Half Dome last week. And, while I want to sit here and boast about my pride in reflection of that accomplishment, the truth is that it’s been bittersweet. Yosemite National Park had been the number one spot on my bucket list since I started climbing just over a year ago. Unfortunately, traveling solo leaves this rock climber without a perma-belayer, so I chose to enter the daily lottery for the Half Dome hike, a rather stringent process that allows only a select few applicants access to the summit by way of cables. And, well, I won. Stoke was too high. Really, I was itching to get... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of the Day!

October 26th, 2016

There are some people in this world that would go so far as to call Boulder a “liberal” town. Well to those people I say, why is there a Christian Science bookstore on the most expensive retail street in Colorado? I ventured inside this store yesterday afternoon to see if I could answer that very question. The first thing you need to know about this Christian Science bookstore is that it is hardly a bookstore at all. In fact it only sells two books; Science and Health, published by Mary Baker Eddy in 1875, and you guessed it, the Bible. Science and Health is the founding book on Christian... Read More