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Igniting your passion to stay active

Sure, we would all like to stay active and healthy. We already know it’s great for our physical and mental well being. But let’s face it, sometimes finding the motivation can be a real challenge. I’m 53 years old (at least in years) — Wow! That looks like a big number seeing it in type. I have a 15-year-old son who I try to keep up with and plan on doing so for quite a while. I’m fortunate to live in the Rocky Mountains where if you like the outdoors, things to do are readily available year-round. However, to enjoy these types of activities, physical fitness is pretty much a prerequisite. I have found that the older I get, the harder it can be to stay consistent with physical fitness. Ironically, the older we get the more important it is to stay consistent. Exercise can be addictive. Better yet, exercise is one addiction that I like to feed!

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Adventures in the West

September 3, 2020

Adventures in the West

When I think of the west, I think of wide-open spaces, big mountains, and the peaceful winding rivers that connect us all. One particular area of the west that embodies this all is Yellowstone National Park. This geographic marvel is full of geologic wonders, big mountains, vast valleys that seem to go on forever. Home to roaming buffalo, massive herds of elk and deer, the infamous wolf, and my favorite Yellowstone’s native cutthroat.

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5 Tips for Camping During COVID-19

Safe Camping Tips this season

Time outside is rejuvenating, especially when we can spend an extended weekend with a camping trip outdoors in our favorite spot or discovering someplace new. However, with COVID everything feels different. Everything feels confined. You may be concerned about how you can still get outside and mitigate risks. Following a few simple steps to minimize risk, you can get out and enjoy the outdoors.

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