Life ends in a moment. One false step. One lapse in our attention. One wayward bump in the road and mortality collects its dues. Life and death are determined by fractions of time and distance.
Our close friends are part owners of a 4000-acre ranch in the mountains of Humboldt County. It is not a ranch like you might be thinking of, with flat pastures, barns, and grassy fields. No, this is a hunting ranch intersected by the Mad River with streams, old-growth forests, rugged peaks, valleys, oak stands, grasslands, lots of poison oak, amazing fishing holes, and abundant wildlife including […]