Monthly Archives: April 2010

Snow and Foxes

Yesterday, Ranger Emily took pictures of me while out on the trail with some middle schoolers. The weather was less than great. It rained – poured, actually – all morning here at headquarters and up on the mountain it was … Continue reading

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The hard part of caring for America’s Best Idea

This week was indeed eye-opening. Thursday was Earth Day and the TWoods office folks here at Rainier participated in the annual park clean-up. We take on a stretch of road somewhere in the west side of the park (the east … Continue reading

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Quite the fashion statement…

The picture is a bit far away, but that’s a badge. Just in case you were curious. 😉 The hat should be coming next week, it’s on order with the rest of my gear. Behind me is the Education Center … Continue reading

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Just the facts…

Where to begin? I started this blog entry and couldn’t figure out where to go with it. There are a few issues facing our public lands and resources right now that are weighing on my mind. They are very polarizing … Continue reading

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The Absent Ranger

Where have I been lately? What have I been up to? No where. and Not much. It’s been a very slow couple of weeks out here. Lots of house-sitting and doggie time, which always brings a smile to my face. … Continue reading

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