“Finding Teton Glacier” and turning the focus to Kluane

The first of my glacier essays hit the press last week. “Finding Teton Glacier” tells of the adventure required to encounter one of the American West’s quickly disappearing glaciers. Read it in Western Confluence today!

Stay tuned for more words on ice. Not only do I have a host of other essays in the works, but will also be exhibiting my collection of glacier photographs and prose poetry at Gallery 234 at the University of Wyoming on April 27. Mark your calendars!

Additionally, grant writing has just begun for a trip to Kluane National Park and Preserve in the Yukon this summer. The area of Kluane is comprised of 82% mountains and ice. It houses part of the largest non polar icefield in North America and offers a richly enchanting opportunity to explore the glacier experience even further.

That story, and more, to come!

We looked high and low and finally found Teton Glacier.
We looked high and low and finally found Teton Glacier.
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