WRITER, ADVENTURER, EDUCATOR
RECENTLY PUBLISHED WORK
OUT ALIVE: FALL FROM A CLIFF
"The blue Utah sky filled my vision as I lay motionless on my back. My right arm was bent at a grotesque angle, my back felt like it had been shattered by a boulder, and I couldn’t move one of my feet. Only one person knew where I was, and she’d left me like this an hour ago..."
DAD'S OLD YELLOW OARS
The Duct Tape Diaries - NRS.com
I sit on the beach, watching my father struggle to step out of the boat. His Camelbak dangles awkwardly from one hand and he tries to catch himself with the other as the sand falls away beneath him. I take in his black tennis shoes, tall white socks and matching neon-and-black t-shirt and shorts combo. For someone who is so vocally skeptical of inventions like dry boxes, he really has embraced the worst of what modern outdoor apparel has to offer. I should get up and help him, but instead wiggle my toes deeper into the sand as someone else offers to help him ashore.
I NEVER HAD A REAL PET. THEN CORONAVIRUS MADE ME A CAT PERSON.
The Colorado Sun
"...There I was, scouring Humane Society websites and watching cats disappear almost in real-time as people scrambled to adopt the few animals available. I read their profiles like someone desperately searching match.com, and much like with online dating, the good ones went fast."
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I adventure, write, and teach in Colorado's Roaring Fork Valley.