I’m a sucker for annual themes. These are usually broad ideas – like bagging all the 10,000ft (plus) peaks in the Wasatch, focusing on climbing, or learning to make shoes. My 2017 theme was slow in inception – taking nearly
Charnov’s (1976) ‘Marginal Value Theorem’ as applied to me and hiking(?): Something like….: the forager (hiker) should leave any patch (peak/mountain range) when it (peak/mountain range) is depleted to the point (i.e. overrun) where foraging elsewhere will provide increased
This was from last May. An interesting quick jaunt. Tucked above the University of Utah is a quaint, scrub oak filled Canyon that is all but closed to the general populace. Red Butte Canyon, with its proximity to historic Fort
Here’s a recommendation – don’t try to migrate your blog to a new platform yourself. It ends in trouble. Big trouble in little Wasatch. Perhaps it’s time for a purge and reboot? Forced?