Update: Following friendly inquiries by Morgan and John, I had a closer look at my photos of this bear and agree this is a female and not a male. I always appreciate comments, corrections and questions – thank you both! I have corrected the text below to refer to her rather than him (anthropomorphic license […] … More Bear scratching in Yellowstone — Christopher Martin Photography
Sing To Me, Autumn -By Patricia L. Cisco Sing to me, Autumn, with the rustle of your leaves. Breathe on me your spicy scents that flow within your breeze. Dance with me, Autumn, your waltz that bends the boughs of trees. Now tell me all the secrets you’ve whispered to the seas. Sleep with me, … More Sing To Me, Autumn.
Yesterday after our Sunday slow 10K Anita and I sat down at our favourite diner and laid out our training plan for the Key West Half Marathon that we’re doing with Rebecca in January. Well, we didn’t map out the entire plan. Just the long runs that we’re doing together between now and when I […] … More Winter running plans: check! — Fit Is a Feminist Issue
October 6th, 2016 | Tiffany Gladstone If you’re like me, you spend at least an hour a day scrolling through your Instagram feed. Instagram never ceases to amaze me. It’s pushing Facebook to … Sourc… Source: 5 Inspirational Women on Instagram You Should be Following
Hello Mr. Moth, can I tell you how huge you are? And so fuzzy.
Hiking the Continental Divide High in the Rockies lays the Continental Divide, a high point in the mountains which divides the direction of the rivers. If the stream or river is situated on the western side of this divide then the water will flow west and vice a versa. During my expedition […] via Hiking The … More Hiking The Continental Divide — Expedition Hobo
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus
“Always be like a water. Float in the times of pain or dance like waves along the wind which touches its surface.” -Santosh Kalwar
“You can make a difference in the world like a ripple effect just by changing one thought.” -Sheena Stegent