Monthly Archives: July 2014

Alpine Life Revisited: Bombus

Within ten meters of the summit of the 11,000 foot peak, I took a long pause to watch a bumblebee working over a patch of moss campion. I am not a peak bagger but I do climb some mountains. I … Continue reading

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Contemplating Middle Ground

The lake that I was contemplating sat in a miniature cirque perched high above the valley floor. From my vantage point on an 11,000’ peak on the other side of the valley, I could not see any way to easily … Continue reading

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