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WolfDreamer

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About WolfDreamer

  • Rank
    Bullet Points. Lots and lots of Bullet Points.
  • Birthday 10/01/1979

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  • Location
    Poca, WV
  • Class
    adventurer
  1. That is incredible and a wonderful place for an adventure! Thank you for sharing these with me.
  2. That's always a great feeling. I'm getting excited for you and for the coming little one. You know how to reach me if you want to chat.
  3. I despise high knees. I hate them more than burpees. That sounds amazing! That's a hell of a playlist. Glad things are going well and that you're staying active and consistent.
  4. I forgot to share a story of my hiking adventure this weekend. I posted this to the Hiking forum, as well as to the Adventurer's club. There is a radio tower near my home, and the hike out and back is just over 10k (with the route I take, anyway). There is something mythical about this hike, even though it follows a mix of foot trails, ATV trails, and access roads, because it requires a 450+ ft mountain climb in the first 1/2 mile, provides panoramic views of other mountains and a river valley, and passes several transmission towers that stand like guardians of some secret power, h
  5. There is a radio tower near my home, and the hike out and back is just over 10k (with the route I take, anyway). There is something mythical about this hike, even though it follows a mix of foot trails, ATV trails, and access roads, because it requires a 450+ ft mountain climb in the first 1/2 mile, provides panoramic views of other mountains and a river valley, and passes several transmission towers that stand like guardians of some secret power, humming with unseen energy. And of course the tower itself stands high above everything, also pulsing with energy and power. The hike wa
  6. Great choices! Yeah, I've run into similar problems here when planting. Yay! But imagine the feeling of accomplishment once it's over. You will have leveled up in multiple categories for sure. I'm happy for and proud of you all.
  7. Life changes are always hard, but you got this. I love your optimism. Sanjay's Gupta is one of the most brilliant people on the planet. I'm really glad you're learning from him. Keep up the great work.
  8. Hey there @jarlaxetherogue. Sorry it's taken me so long to comment on your goals, but it looks like you're doing a wonderful job keeping consistent. I love geocaching. My wife and daughters and I have found most of the ones in our area, and we have looked for ones while out of town, as well. You may have talked about this before, but do you have resistance bands? I just picked some up, and they have been the most portable and practical workout equipment I own. I can easily take them to work with me and get a good burn in the morning before my students arrive or during
  9. Thank you both very much. I'm sorry I haven't been very active on here. It's been a busy few weeks, and by the time I had opportunities to post, I've been mentally exhausted. But I really appreciate you checking up on me. I can give a really quick update: In the past two weeks, "the ring" has gotten hold of me twice. I felt its pull mostly because I was alone and stressed out and too much in my head. But I spent some time reflecting on the good habits that were compromised that made it so easy to be tempted by "the ring" and now know what needs to be done to try to keep
  10. Oh, yeah, sorry, I meant to share that as well. You can use this video.
  11. Week One, Monday: 0530 wakeup said the Lord's Prayer, as well as a more personal prayer read a devotional from Stand Strong, as well as the YouVersion daily devotional helped my wife get princess Gracelynn (10) ready for school; I also helped princess Arabella (8) get her iPad set up and ready for distance learning (Gracelynn attends for a few hours in person because she is special needs; Arabella is learning from home for the next few weeks) drove princess Gracelynn to the bus stop, singing songs along the way and talking about how excite
  12. I bought a heavy resistance band today and have tried out a few workouts and movements with it. I can already tell it will be a very useful "bang for your buck" workout tool. Since I don't have room for weights at my house, this will be really helpful. I still plan to use the cinderblocks, the log, sandbag, and the stones, but the band will be great for some indoor work and increase both strength and flexibility.
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