Out today is the November issue of Inside Outside Southwest. And in it you'll find my new monthly column, San Juandering.
In February, I retired the Neanderthal Crossing column I'd been writing since 2001. Time for something new.
So I figured I'd wander my way to some new things -- wandering around our home land here in the Four Corners. In the meantime, mulling over the whys, the hows, the WTFs and they why-the-hell-nots of life here in this wild, wonderful, and sometimes woeful landscape of ours.
In this first column I confess the rationale behind my torturing my children by making them do hard, challenging things like climbing Mount Sneffels.
Which means: You'll be glad to know (even if if my kids aren't always ...) that some things haven't changed!
Check out an extended version of the print column here.
And a huge thanks for the San Juandering logo to my good friend and graphic-design sorcerer, Todd Thompson. Now move yer ass back here, Todd!