Weather – it’s not just for meteorologists

Editor’s Note: We are publishing some favorite past posts (unfortunate but necessary alliteration) so the time references might be confusing.  Forge on. My family and I just returned from a gorgeous horse pack trip into the Bighorns for four days.  The laundry is epic and our sunburn impressive but it was all worth it.  As someone [...]

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Kevin Bacon’s got nothing on Wyoming

Editor's Note: We are publishing some favorite past posts (unfortunate but necessary alliteration) so the time references might be confusing.  Forge on. There are so many things I love about living in Wyoming.  Sometimes, in mid-April, when it's snowing and 18 degrees, I lose touch with those reasons but they quickly return to me when the [...]

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Let’s call it a syndrome

Editor's Note: We are publishing some favorite past posts (unfortunate but necessary alliteration) so the time references might be confusing.  Forge on. I am hopelessly overscheduled.  Ask my people.  One of my best friends calls it my “syndrome.”  She says that the fact that I am absolutely unable to plan nothing for an entire day means [...]

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Winter illness – a gentle reminder of our mortality

Ah, the sweet sounds of January at the Albrecht house: “cough, cough, hack, sneeze, cough, hack.”  Yes, the crud has arrived without invitation and looks to be staying past its expiration date. Jeriann, my intrepid Project Coordinator, is a strong believer in the power of essential oils to repel or lessen the symptoms of the [...]

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