Monthly Archives: September 2008

Breakfast for lunch

Mine, and M’s. Egg with onion and (farmers market) garlic. Food with thought, as the market goes apeshit.  I’m not enough of an economist to say much on this, but I do think both sides are asking good questions, that … Continue reading

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Yo

E gettin’ after it at Goose.  Moab best watch out.  No way in hell I would ride that roller. Porch of Granite Park Chalet. RMVQ gps analysis forthcoming.  I imported the file into Rubitrack, didnt like it, and need to … Continue reading

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Saturday

I have to confess, I did not watch the debate last night, merely listened to and read commentary this morning, so I have nothing to say.  I did find this article by Roger Cohen, which I think very well encapsulates … Continue reading

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Yo

Re-entry from the weekend has been a bit brutal; killer trip plus unexpectedly deep submersion in the wild plus still getting into the groove at work and school equals ~36 hours of subtly contained freek out.  But I’m over the … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Summer

Add: Ignore the date, but this’ll give you an idea of our route.  Red is what we did, blue what we should have.  Tack was camp on Saturday night.  Maps are useful… It’s solar-ly autumn around here, and the wind … Continue reading

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So, do I look like Roman?

Thanks Dylan.

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Packing

Chris and I have three days and a bit less than ninety miles in Yellowstone awaiting us.  Between writing papers and reading chapters (and cooking a trout for dinner) it was time to pack. The Cold Cold World Ozone, moded, … Continue reading

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I like bushwacking

Had loads of other clever things to write, but my feet hurt too much for profundity.  I just like getting in there, working hard, being way off trail, seeing things in as pre-human an idiom as possible.  Today. 11:45 on … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: David Foster Wallace

I read Infinite Jest in 1999, before I graduated high school.  It remains the most structurally complex thing I’ve ever read.  It would seem that, over Christmas, I’ll need to finally read it again.  The world is dimmer today. News … Continue reading

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Mountains

Await. Yellowstone, soon.

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