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These are some of the various adventures of my life.

To Act or to Be Acted Upon

To Act or to Be Acted Upon

While teaching his son, Jacob, Lehi iterates some essential truths of the great Plan of Salvation. He shows us the need for opposition and Adam?s Fall. Along with these we explore the power of having a choice of trees to partake of give to Adam and Eve. This stands as...

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A Much Needed Adventure that Tore the Heartstrings

A Much Needed Adventure that Tore the Heartstrings

I haven't been able to get into the out of doors since Memorial Day weekend. It has really drug me down to be cooped up inside. Since going back to school, I have been really busy as I crammed a full-time school schedule into 7.5 weeks this summer. It has been a blast...

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Why Government Should Increase Outdoor Access

Why Government Should Increase Outdoor Access

Introduction I have worked in the outdoor industry for the past 8 years. Along with this, I have spent my entire life in outdoor spaces. From an early age, I experienced the value of getting into the outdoors. Since having a family of my own I have seen the value in...

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Back to School

Back to School

Last year my wife got to walk and receive her nursing certificate as a Registered Nurse. Maybe I am envious of her accomplishments. Maybe I have a little more time now that she is able to work and I'm again self-employed. Maybe I'm not ready to grow up. Or maybe I...

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Spring Break 2017

Spring Break 2017

With a week off of school and both of us having flexible schedules currently it was due time for some adventure. It has been since our Northwest trip last summer that we have been on an extended road trip. We were in desperate need of some time wandering. We planned...

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Journey of Entrepreneurship

Journey of Entrepreneurship

Have you made the conscious decision to jump into entrepreneurship? Many books and articles have been published in regards to entrepreneurship. I'm not sure that I can share with you anything that has not already been said. What I can do is draw from my own experience...

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A Desert Quick Trip in Joshua Tree

A Desert Quick Trip in Joshua Tree

Whenever I head to the desert I am amazed. I am amazed at the fight for life, the beauty to behold, the tranquility, and certainly the heat. As we headed out to Southern California we decided to make a couple of stops that we have never made before. We've certainly...

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Starting a New Month

Starting a New Month

As we have now put two whole months behind us already this year it is a new opportunity to look back and reflect on what has been thus far and then fix and go forward. March means there is more great skiing ahead of us, but also that spring is right around the corner....

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Ski Touring with My Wife

Ski Touring with My Wife

When I found a girl that I wanted to seriously date I took her up on hikes and in the mountains. I needed to be sure that she could handle what I grew up doing. I needed someone that respected the land that we enjoy. I needed someone that could engage in any level of...

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Overcoming Failure

Overcoming Failure

Being challenged in life is key to being better at anything that we set out to do. Too often we clam up once we're told that we aren't needed or we feel others don't see the value in us. It is easy for us to get upset, get quiet, and hold a grudge towards the person...

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First Ski Tour of 2017

First Ski Tour of 2017

Winter makes everything appear a little differently. I really enjoy getting up into the Wahsatch this time of year as the scenery looks vastly different than it does in the spring summer and fall. It's a great opportunity to go and feel the peace and serenity that is...

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Timeline of the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Timeline of the Restoration of the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Before the young Joseph Smith could enter the grove of trees behind his home in upstate New York there needed to be many events occur to set the stage. Much had to happen in this world and beyond the veil for what has now brought light in its fullness back to the...

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My 2016 Year In Review

My 2016 Year In Review

As I take a look back over the course of 2016 there is much to be thankful for. It has been a year full of blessings and adventure. We have been blessed in so many ways. I've been able to explore more of the world that God has created for us. And often, I've been able...

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A Day of Skiing the Uintah Mountains

A Day of Skiing the Uintah Mountains

Only a few small clouds dotted the sky and the landscape was covered in white as I descended into a see of powdery fluff. Still learning to ski the soft stuff, I enjoyed every turn nonetheless. Skiing off of a peak that rises up nearly 11,000 feet in the Uintah...

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End of Year Planning

End of Year Planning

Well, Christmas is now behind. The holiday sales season has come to a close. It is the week of calm before we enter the new year ahead of us. These can be seven of the most fun days of the year, but also seven of the most critical for each of us. As we near the end of...

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The Power of Wild Spaces

The Power of Wild Spaces

As I walk alone, my thoughts find a gentleness as the breeze that blows around me. I experience a soothing calm that is enriched by being in the moment. I have found tranquility. This is the feeling that I long for when I step outside. It is this moment that got me up...

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Why I Write

Why I Write

Growing up I always teetered on creativity. I loved to draw and doodle. I never put much of a focus on it so I never became an artist. I just loved to have a pen in my hands. I loved creative writing, but I hated being forced to write for an assignment. When I had a...

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