Tag Archives: Vermont

Wrapping up the Seward Range: Seymour Mountain

Following up on heavenly Haystack, with a “break weekend” in between for a quick trip home and some discgolf over labor day weekend the mountains were yet again calling. I saved a couple of single hikes for the fall time … Continue reading

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Why I Run

Spring has arrived in Vermont. And as much as I have been hoping for a couple more days on the ski trails that is just not in the cards. Let’s hope the weather gods shine down on us next winter … Continue reading

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Yes and Thank you: Snow!

It has not been a great year for snow. I’ve been downright cranky the past month or so. Don’t get me wrong – it’s still better than last year. But considering I had a broken elbow, and the big decision … Continue reading

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Winter is Coming

Yep. It is that time of year when winter is coming. O.K. it is actually here since as I write this, it is minus 9 degrees, and that is not including windchill. Yeah. It is a bit chilly. But I’ll … Continue reading

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ADK 2013 Wrap Up: 8 weeks, 6 Mountains

After 5+ years enjoying all that the Green Mountains have to offer, I felt the itch this summer to start tackling the Adirondack High Peaks. My Grandfather, Uncle Bob and Uncle Rich all spent many a summer hiking all 46 … Continue reading

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Brewster: My favorite furry man

I don’t own any animals (some long-term plants, but any care beyond that is just too much commitment for me). But I love animals – particular dogs and horses. Lucky for me I have close friends who let me borrow … Continue reading

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