By Christina Shepherd McGuire // Photograph by Paulette Phlipot — I’ve been spending a lot of time by myself. Here, things just seem quieter— more at peace. As the last of summer makes its debut … in the yellowing grasses, with the breeze toppling them like dominoes before final harvest. … in the bloom of … Continue reading “Mandatory Recess: By myself”
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By Christine Colbert // Photograph by Ashley Merritt – Eleven-year-old Leo and his mentor, Adam, were swimming at the Teton County/Jackson Parks and Recreation Center and found themselves paddling around the pool’s waterfall. Before they knew it, and thanks to Leo, they entered an imaginary world. “We were fighting dragons, shooting lasers—things I wouldn’t have … Continue reading “Mountain Style: Teton Mentor Project”
Essay and photographs by Emily Nichols – As our hiking shoes tromped through the auburn sands in Utah’s Arches National Park, I pondered how it was possible that both my girls were getting so big. Their still-tiny footprints were not an indicator of the expansive capacity of my daughters, Ida Mae, four and a half, … Continue reading “Mamasphere: It’s All About (Parenting) Style!”