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I am a social worker by training and a peace officer by profession having worked with California’s delinquent youth and young adults for 28 years. I firmly believe that our development as humans depends on our environment and that sometimes we get stuck. As such, I write about those things we sometimes ignore or fail to see until we are forced to pay attention.
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Tag Archives: Generations
Every year, in an effort to introduce the children to the notion of hiking and backpacking, my sister Lenora organizes a “baby” (now “kid” trip). When the two littlest ones were tiny, the hike involved a two mile roundtrip hike … Continue reading
Going hiking in Yosemite is one of the easiest things you can do. Trails are well marked. There are tons of people, so you’re never really alone. It is however, so much more fun to hike a trail with someone … Continue reading