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Book Review: A Walk in the Woods, by Bill Bryson

Book Review: A Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian Trail, by Bill Bryson Broadway Books, 1998. 274 pages, $15.99 I love hiking, camping, fishing. Anything outdoors, really. Most of my outdoor adventuring is restricted to summers when … Continue reading

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A bear on the loose

A bear on the loose Years ago I was solo camping in Sequoia National Park. It was a warm evening, so I was sleeping on the ground, without a tent, when a large black bear bumbled into my campsite in … Continue reading

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What’s the point? Made to worship

Made to worship Camping in San Diego County is usually not a particularly chilly affair, even in winter. It was January and my oldest son, Ryan, and I were camping in the nearby mountains. His Cub Scout pack was attending … Continue reading

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What’s the point? Loving God and Loving People

Loving God and Loving People Snow was falling lightly when we arrived at the launching site with our raft and supplies. It was May in northern Idaho and a cold spring weather system was sitting on the Bitterroot Range. The … Continue reading

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Creation Care and a Bundled Worldview

Creation Care and a Bundled Worldview Is it just me, or does it seems like every company now bundles all of their┬áservices and products so that the consumer has no choice but to buy it all, whether we need it … Continue reading

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Book review: Wild, by Cheryl Strayed

Book review: Wild, by Cheryl Strayed In 1995, 27-year-old Cheryl Strayed found herself husbandless, motherless, and adrift in a sea of guilt and pain. Abandoned by her father at a young age, her mother, the very heartbeat of her life, … Continue reading

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