Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Breaking News
Home » Tag Archives: Box Canyon Blog

Tag Archives: Box Canyon Blog

Box Canyon Blog: The inhuman race

(Oct. 16, 2018) -- A couple weeks ago, before our prolonged and lovely fall ebbed toward winter's harsh reality, Leon and I decided we better wrap up the finale of our 2018 Summer Edition of races up Log Hill. The winner would claim bragging rights, while the loser would have to endure the aftertaste of defeat all winter long. Read More »

Box Canyon Blog: An opportunity to overlook Ouray

(Oct. 9, 2018) -- The Weehawken Trailhead couldn't be more than a couple/three miles from our front door. I only hike Weehawken in the fall nowadays, ever since I got bit by a mosquito on that trail a few years back. You can't go wrong in early October, though. No bugs and fiery aspen and oak brush leaves. Read More »

Box Canyon Blog: Above the Fray on a beautiful fall day

(Oct. 4, 2018) -- Fall came mid-September this year, early by a couple weeks. But aspen and oak brush colors have been in a brilliant and beautiful holding pattern. I wish I could say the same for the forecast, as today is the first of 10 to 12 days of rain, then snow, followed by more rain and dismal grey clouds that tend to suffocate needy outdoor types. Could be the time has come to bail Goldie out of jail. Read More »

Box Canyon Blog: Woods Lake to Navajo Lake

(Sept. 7, 2018) -- Stretching both my legs and the limits of a senescent memory on a lonely Woods Lake trail, I recalled how, even as a child, it never took long to outgrow my front yard and neighborhood. I must have been four or five when we moved to an almost new tract-home on La Mirada street in south Phoenix. Read More »

Box Canyon Blog: Three days with Juliet

(March 2, 2018) -- Temperatures below Arid-zona's equator eventually tumbled into the "tolerable" range, enough that we stumbled south from red rocks to Sonoran desert. The landscapes between megapolis Phoenix and crossroads Palominos are my childhood stomping grounds. Read More »