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It was just my trusty one-year-old Blue-Heeler and Australian Shepherd mix, Maizy, and myself, as we made our way up the winding trail of Moscow Mountain’s West-Twin peak.
Accepting that one day we’ll all be dead frees us from our fears, and helps us to not sweat the small stuff, and unshackles us from the arbitrary strictures of society.
This post is to officially announce the launching of my personal freelance writing business. I am a writer for hire!
I came to the conclusion that for Amber and I, when it came to deep water, fears were not necessarily conquered, but they were challenged and confronted, and for that we should be proud of ourselves.
Alright, fine, I’ll quit romanticizing the PNW and get to what I hinted at earlier, and where Amber’s and my Christmas travels will be taking us this year...
In the early 20th century state and federal governments began aggressively fighting wildfires and trying to keep them as small as possible. According to researchers, this has caused denser forests that can spread much quicker and grow into massive and uncontrollable fires instead of quickly burning out.