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~Two more months to live at my Beloved Walnut Creek~

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It might be time to splinter this web journal into separate blogs.  I’ve been thinking about it for a while.  I’m beginning to document the whole Walnut Creek story on a separate blog (how we got there, how we lived there, why we’re not there anymore.)  That Blog is “Five Year Wild” and is for those just interested in the Walnut Creek story and the amazing adventures living off-the-grid for five and a half years in a remote AZ wilderness.

I will have a Photo Blog for those only interested in the photography part of it (not up yet.)

And then, I will attempt to move this blog to my website, so stay tuned for that.

In addition, I have a blog called the Creek and Mesa Review which has reviews of photo equipment, cameras, books,  and cool products.

If anyone has any feedback or ideas, send ’em my way.

Happy waxing moon!

 

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This is a beautiful piece by Brene Brown.  It can be found on her website HERE.

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Today I went for a sunny run through my beloved mountains after a morning of studying. The dogs trotted along, dodging in and out of bushes and trees.  I run in the mountains with only my dogs. It is a solitary and deeply fulfilling experience.  Running through forests without trails, over boulders and through creeks reminds me of the path I have chosen with horses. The path is in my heart; it is not clear; it is not paved or well traveled. I have to go with the feel, stay strong. (more…)

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