City Life

When I first moved up here, I was very excited about living in the city.  I think the excitement has started to wear off.  That’s not to say that I want to move out to the suburbs or anything drastic like that.  I think it’s more than I’d rather move somplace where I can do more outdoor things that I’m in to.  After going on vacation to Canada and Montana, I realized that I like it out there a lot more than here. 

The ability to go climbing, hiking, biking, skiing, etc really has its benefits.  Stuff that’s a lot more difficult to do in and around the city.  There’s only so many times I can take the same paths or the same indoor climbing gym.  That’s not to say that I haven’t been walking about everywhere again, but at the same point, the city streets are a little bit different than the rockies… 


  1. Isn’t that what makes a vacation a vacation?  If you live in the mountains and hike and ski all the time, won’t that too lose it’s glamour?

  2. To a certain extent, but these are things that I want to do on a daily basis, not once a year.  Plus, there are other reasons…
    Oh, and you’re not an Ocasio yet…very close, but not yet young lady!

  3. Portland baby.  Portland.  The Cascades.  The ocean.  Moderate temperature all year round.

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