The year 2020 is almost over, and I expect that many people are glad of it. While this was a difficult year for me, it was also a surprisingly good one. Now, as Winter approaches, it’s time for me to leave Colorado and begin the next phase of my journey.
Following our introduction to field training the day before, my AmeriCorps crew and I returned to the South Mesa Trailhead on July 10. This would prove to be a challenging day, but my one of my best with American Conservation Experience (ACE).
On July 6, the day had come for me to fulfill my commitment to American Conservation Experience (ACE) and AmeriCorps. I was up at 4 A.M., and on a flight to Newark by 8:25. From there, I boarded a plane that would take me to my new home of Boulder, Colorado.
Happy World Wildlife Day! I believe I’ve set a world record for time elapsed between blog posts, as it’s been three weeks since my last entry. Here’s what’s been going on, along with some exciting news.
Here is an edited version of the first, and likely last, story that I posted on Medium.com. It was a colossal failure, earning $0.00 despite getting 160 views in four days (not bad for my first entry on a site where I had zero followers at the time). Nevertheless, there is important content in this article, so I am re-blogging it for more views.
Something that might end up being momentous just happened: I published my first “real” travel article. It concerns the trip I took to Lake Kipawa in rural Quebec this past summer…
It’s now Fall: the second-best season of all. As the days grow shorter , I find myself longing increasingly for winter. What I don’t find myself doing is blogging.
In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve now returned from my stay at 3 Seasons Camp on Lake Kipawa, Quebec. I’ve actually been back for over a week. However, I took…