Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fall Colors of Colorado: What Change Means

Last weekend, we went on our annual drive and camping trip to see the fall colors of Colorado. The transition of aspen leaves is a glorious moment in time and space.  For a fleeting instance we tip-toe through the woods, … Continue reading

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Calling Other Travel Writers

I’m looking for guest writers here on! I believe very deeply in the power and benefits of community.  Writing regularly on this blog over the last year has not only helped me connect with readers, but it has also … Continue reading

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From Trail Running to Slowing Down

Different Modes of Exploration #13: Walking Mindfully Not only am I examining a different mode of exploring in this post, but I’m also attempting a new form for this narrative, something along the lines of “traveling aphorisms,” (a new coinage). … Continue reading

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Morelia, Mexico: The Roots of Why I Travel

Something from the Vault: Volume #6 Just a week before my sixteenth birthday, I’m standing on the street in front of my language school in Morelia, Mexico, a bit bored, waiting for my ride to my home-stay. Or at least … Continue reading

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