Internet offers answers to life’s perplexing questions

I felt that perhaps there are some folks out there who like me, keep wondering about things that the internet can answer.

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Gold Star Peak becomes pilgrimage for hundreds over past two years

And over the past two years, more than 400 have made the pilgrimage to 4,148-foot Gold Star Peak on 46 separate hikes.

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Do we own our stuff, or does it own us?

The difficulty for many of us, I believe, is that WE DON’T KNOW HOW TO GET RID OF OUR STUFF, and a lot of folks don’t want it!

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Bear Mountain transit is short, but rewarding

The trail up Bear Mountain from Peters Creek Valley was just below freezing and travel over the hardened ground was easy.

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Lost Lake in the Fall is an Alpine Paradise

Alpine Paradise: People have described the Lost Lake area as a “touch of heaven,” and it’s easy to understand why.

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Most embarrassing moments

I’m quite sure everyone has had their share of embarrassing moments. But most folks are wisely reticent about divulging such experiences.

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Ode to a “beary” patch

One summer I made the perfect catch and found a super berry patch; Blueberries galore, I picked with dispatch, half my bounty down the hatch.

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A hiker’s search for weather windows

Rarely have I ever been able to beat Mother Nature at its weather game. But on September 17th, I came as close as I ever have.

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Knowledge is much more than power

I hope that today's youth, armed with modern information access tools, possess a robust hunger for knowledge, a basic curiosity.

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