Fences are everywhere, but have you ever taken the time to consider what a fence is, and what sort of enterprise fence-building is?
A first cave-centered pilgrimage to “The Guads” induces awe and reveals cosmic mysteries.Read more "Caving In The Guadalupes, Part 1: Wen, Christmas Tree And Lake Caves"
The Guadalupe Mountains of southeastern New Mexico and West Texas are a vast playground for climbers, hikers and cavers. Crazy thing is that they’re composed almost entirely of defunct sea creatures.Read more "Piles Of Dead Bodies"
There’s a lot of life living underneath us in the deep and dark of the Earth’s crust — probably more than we’ll ever know.Read more "Deep Life"
Thoughts on omnipotence inspired by the routine agricultural chore of fruit tree pruning.Read more "Steering The Universe"
A trip to Cave of the Domes, the only cavern in Grand Canyon National Park that’s open to recreational caving.Read more "Caving The Grand Canyon, Part 1: Cave Of The Domes"
Unusually warm and dry weather in northeastern Arizona enables a trio of intrepid canyoneers to explore one of the countless side canyons of Grand Canyon country.Read more "Staying Dry In Badger Canyon"