The hills of West Virginia are always nice to look at. In summer, these geologic wonders are attractive in a way that needs no explanation.
But in winter, when the temperature drops, and a thin blanket of snow covers the land, and the horizon fades into whiteness, and the wind dies down, and large, octangular clumps of crystallized water drift in the air like drunken moths, the hills of West Virginia are beautiful in a way that demands further clarification. Continue reading ““Beauty at low temperatures is beauty” – Joseph Brodsky”→
The received wisdom is that Sundays in November are for sitting on the couch.
It’s about kicking up your feet and reclining among the pillows, blankets and other implements of comfort. It’s about chicken wings and towering plates of sodium-loaded nachos. It’s about a warm house and a cold beer. Continue reading “Why disc golf in snow?”→
Dense fog blanketed Dorsey’s Knob, site of the 2016 Club Championship, the Morgantown Mountain Goats’ final tournament of the season. A windless morning, it seemed strangely quiet, subdued, almost solemn, as if attending the funeral of an old friend who had lived a long and fruitful life. Continue reading “MMGDGC 2016 Club Championship”→