view to the west
Sometimes the drive across the empty Great Basin can be more restful than the vacation at the far end.
The natural gas industry is getting away with semantic deception in defining natural gas an “alternative” fuel.
In which the Good Grief is rescued and the author learns to fear his father’s disappointment.
In which the author and his father drift closer to the rocks.
In which the author recalls a scary day at sea with his father.
An out-of-the-blue email sparks memories of the author’s grandfather’s church.
Mountainfilm 2011 reached new heights, of both art and humanity.
The author remembers a poignant Mountainfilm past.
It’s tick season. Not to scare anybody, but be very aware of the little buggers.
In Part Three, the author learns of his military fate.
Part Two, in which the would-be draft evader receives a rude shock in Boise.
In which the author found himself in Sun Valley, Idaho, of all places, in order to escape the draft.
Sun Valley, the original winter sports destination, celebrated its 75th anniversary this year.
Growing up in small town Colorado.
In which the author scores a day on Leonardo da Vinci’s flying machine.
The World Cup season ended with a disappointing cancellation and a frustrated Lindsey Vonn.
Alamar , a small film about a father and son in the Mexican Caribbean, shines like real life.
Tim DeChristopher was found guilty in Salt Lake City last week. But guilty of what?
Lucky Grandpa Peter gets to share the office with daughter and grandson.
In which the author runs into British ski writer Arnie Wilson on Telluride’s slopes.