Adventure #4: Climbing the Navel of the World

*This is Adventure #4 of my Top 10 Adventures Countdown* I’m not much interested in popular deities, but I’m a sucker for ancient mythologies. I loved studying Roman and especially Greek mythology in Mrs. Longhenry’s class in high school, I like the bizarre modern mythologies Neil Gaiman cobbles together in his novels (I get to … Continue reading

. . . and Upward

My last post covered our move onward from Yellowstone into Jackson Hole, WY and Grand Teton National Park. I covered the horizontal part of our journey, so now you’ll get the vertical part of the story. I should forewarn you: this isn’t going to be the tale of an entirely pleasant expedition. Of course, there … Continue reading