Hooooly crap, this was a good one. You know sometimes everything just falls into place last minute and your mildly half-assed plans actually work out? That’s what this was. Like 24 hours in advance Anita mentioned she was going to Royal Basin, which I had always wanted to do as a trail run. And some […]
We left Part 2 Flogging It To Deadhorse in the mozzie swarmed carpark at Chena Hot Springs at the theoretical end of Day 10, as usual the sun was completely unsupportive and refused to go down. We walked into reception dirty and sweaty, but with the casual swashbuckling air of adventure motorcyclists who have achieved […]
Photo by Chris Bosak I would never turn down the opportunity to write a story about New England moose, even if the subject is a bit somber. So when The Keene Sentinel asked if I would do an update story on the moose’s decline, I happily obliged. Moose are my favorite New England wildlife watching […]
It was probably the only time a 93-year-old has stolen the show at the Glastonbury music festival. Sir David Attenborough had important things to say when he warmed up for Kylie Minogue last month. After showing scenes from Blue Planet II, the wildlife series credited with inspiring a sea change in attitudes towards plastics pollution, […]
[jwplayer qjvJSzWN-9JtFt04J] A pair of duffers who morphed a slice of Glacier National Park in Montana into their personal driving range may have landed way out of bounds. The two men practicing golf shots on the side of Going-to-the-Sun Road off a cliff during a traffic delay on the mountain roadway were seen by several […]
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The truth has been an age-old virtue that was heavily prized for its persevering value in allowing people to know the accurate outlook of the situations they face, and thus having the ability to make the right choices to solve their problems. However, in today’s increasingly interconnected world where information is easily made up, where problems exist not as separate entities but rather much like an entangled ball of numerous threads, waiting to be unravelled gracefully, the significance of truth is questioned as our fast-paced lives require us to solve our problems in the fastest way possible, and very often, telling the truth is troublesome. However, the reality is that it is precisely because of this outlook of today’s world that the relevance of the truth should be augmented. Granted, the cost of maintaining the truth is expensive, and may even compromise our ability to tackle issues at lightning speed, but the truth – pun intended – is that telling the truth could sometimes give us a clearer outlook at how to solve today’s problems.
Hello Readers! Welcome back to my blog. Today, I am going to share with you a lesson that not only integrates Digital Citizenship awareness, but it also addresses key topics learned in 7th Grade Science! Before we begin, I need to address what the Reflective Model is in regards to Digital Ditizenship. The Reflective Model […]