Porter Storey retires after 30 years as a leader in hospice and palliative medicine, to hike the 3,100-mile Continental Divide Trail over the mountains of New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Montana. His wife, Gail, is his “trail angel” support, moving from town to town near the CDT on a solo meditation retreat.
Happy Holidays from Gail and Porter Storey
Happy New Year, and let us know in the Comments how your 2010 was!
How Does Nature Affect Our Minds?
An article by Matt Richtel in The New York Times, “Outdoors and Out of Reach, Studying the Brain,” shares the experience of five neuroscientists who spent five days without computers and cell phones, rafting a river in Utah. At first, the scientists were divided on whether heavy use of digital technology took a toll on […]