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Mount Dana

Whenever I have camped in the Tuolumne Meadows-Tioga Pass region, my eyes and feet have been drawn to Mount Dana.

As I stand on the trail across the lush green main Tuolumne meadow, my gaze goes past the monolith of Lembert Dome on the left and up the drainage of the Dana Fork. 579 more words


Why I Love Transformation (and Sailing Ships!)

Transformation is about profound change. Peter Drucker predicted that by 2020 a new world – completely different form our grandparents’ reality – would exist. Drucker, father of modern management, explained… 436 more words


Memory Lane

Love old, old, old pics. I’m such an archivist. My favorites are the ones of me and the twins (Laura and Thomas~ my sis n bro). 19 more words

New Mexico

Choosing Gratitude: 1st Thanksgiving Away

Spending our first Thanksgiving outside of the U.S., away from all of our family, is a weird experience.  It’s natural that we feel a bit sad and miss home, but in the spirit of the holiday we are choosing to take some time to intentionally focus on what we are grateful for. 767 more words

Peace Corps

Getting Personal

What I’m about to write might not be a shocking revelation, but many writers forget that this plays a key role in readership and subsequent sales, if you’re selling what you’re writing. 474 more words


Design: Beauty or Connection?

This week one of my projects was a book cover design but it turned out to be so much more.   At the end of this design project I would add to my design philosophy.  681 more words