2013 - Colorado Press Association: 1st Place - Sports Stories Class II
for Women take to the ice in Fraser
NPR: This I Believe - I believe that anything is possible.
Outdoor Adventure Columns:
David Gessner writes in My Green Manifesto, Down the Charles River in Pursuit of the New Environmentalism, “We need stories, told outside, told in a way that links activism to beauty, wild beauty. They should be told in the open air so that we remember that loving and fighting aren't two specialties, but one thing.”
I am reading books about hiking in Glacier National Park and traveling to Chile. I am reading poetry from Pablo Neruda, The Art of Racing in the Rain and Tolstoy and the Purple Chair. I want to do everything, learn everything, and see everything; and reading is a prerequisite.
During this journey I am always pleasantly surprised when a book appears in my life when I need it; to teach me, again, what I need to remember.
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Childhood friends reunite in Colorado for outdoor adventures.
When you have close friends who come to visit you in the summer in Grand County,
what do you do?
You want to show them a good time, give them a unique experience, and have a lot of laughs. That is exactly what a group of friends did Thursday morning at Rancho Del Rio.
Jace Brock, 41 of South Dakota, Maria Boutrous , 40, of North Dakota, and Kremmling resident, Rosie Stahl, 41 paddled down the Colorado River with Stand Up Paddle Colorado, an outfit based in State Bridge and Rancho Del Rio southwest of Kremmling.
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A Revolution of Snow
In November, we wait for snow. We wait for weather reports and clouds coming from the northwest. After ten years of living in ski towns, I still get excited for the first big snow and the ritual of getting all the ski gear out of storage: sweaters, hats, gloves, and ski jackets.
Clapboard House And One Day You Remember, poems
Whistling Fire Making a Home Out West
Diverse Voices Quarterly That Day - Poem
River Poets Journal Living Western; For Now (pg 15)
Wilderness House Literary Review Searching for Rocks - Essay
Rough Writers INK, Mountain I Dos by Joan Shaw, Book Review, What Can We Do But Love It, a poem
Press Pause Moments: Essays About Life Transitions by Women Writers, (September 2010)
compiled & edited by Anne Witkavitch
Grand County Living Magazine : Art in Your Home, Randonnée Skiing Winter 2008
Steamboat Magazine Summer/Fall 2008: Triathlon Training in Steamboat Springs