Backpacking the Indian Peaks Wilderness

Hiking the Indian Peaks Wilderness exceeded expectations. This is my fourth backpacking trip and I'm finally getting the hang of it. Three years ago, I carried waaaaay too much when backpacking to Sawtooth. I needed help lifting my pack to my shoulders and taking it off. I resembled Cheryl Strayed in Wild, who carried, Monster,... Continue Reading →

Want to Know about Profiling?

I met retired FBI profiler, Pete Klismet at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference. What is psychological profiling exactly? How did he become a profiler? What was his toughest case? Pete has all the answers. Tune to my fifth interview on The Wild Side podcast on Thursday, September 19th to find out Pete's definition of wild and... Continue Reading →

Paddle Boarding with Dogs!

My dog, Roxy, joins me in all kinds of adventures. When I went paddle boarding for the first time, I noticed several dog paddlers of the canine kind. Big dogs and little dogs. Most seemed to be having a great time. Here's a dog who couldn't get enough paddle boarding and dog paddling. I wondered... Continue Reading →

Another Wild Wednesday!

It has been a wild travel month. When I first wrote this, I had just returned from Wisconsin and was on my way to New Jersey and New York. What I didn't know was that it was actually Thursday, not Wednesday, so here we are two weeks later! Not wanting to miss anything while I... Continue Reading →

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