02 May 2010

Things I learned this weekend

Dino-camping, BSU banquet, and bonfires.

I really, really like sunrises.


Bacon fried over a fire is really tasty.


Skinny dipping in Purgatory is super refreshing.


Even hollow trees are fun to climb.


I like rivers.


Colorado once had a lake where dinosaurs walked.


Every group has someone who doesn't have their stuff together and holds everyone else up.

It sucks to be that person.

Colorado can change from mountains to grasslands to canyons as fast as you can read a few chapters of Larry McMurty.

Willow trees will always give away the river.

Vibram FiveFingers are great hiking shoes.

If you're an evolutionary biologist who studies birds, you can recognize birds by their song.

When one bird sings the song of fifteen different species, it's a mockingbird.

Mockingbirds in Colorado have heard chickadees.

Being up-front with women impresses them.

On the grasslands, the stars are incredible.

Peruvian hammocks are comfy.

If you go for a hike in the canyons after reading Larry McMurty, you'll expect Indians to suddenly appear on the ridges above.

Saying goodbye is hard.

Sometimes, Christian men don't treat women as well as non-believing men do.

Women have a lot of wisdom.

6 comments:

  1. I agree with all of these! Like this post a lot, Nathan.

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  2. i love reading your blog nate dawg

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  3. I can smell the bacon in that photo. Couple more years, a couple of DRs, you can cook me some on a nice long ride. df pa

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  4. Can't wait to see you and find out what you mean by some of these lines. DF, Momma

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  5. That is quite the list. Sounds like you had an interesting time. Purgatory huh? wow. ;)

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  6. Thanks everyone, glad you like it!

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