Month: August 2021

Grizzlies Just Are

Last week, Russ and I spent a glorious week in Glacier National Park, biking, hiking, paddling and riding horses. We left the heat of summer for a week of winter-like weather, where we spent most of our time in rain gear and warm clothes necessary for temperatures in the low 40’s to 50’s. As we […]

The Joy of Modern Conveniences…Or so We Think

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about our modern conveniences, especially hot water and electricity. I can’t imagine living without either. And yet for most of human history our ancestors did not have electricity and had to work very hard to get hot water. It would mean building a fire, gathering the water, putting it […]