2017 was a big year for us here at LP. Jack grew up a lot, we welcomed Henry into our family, and the rest of got older. A year and a half in, I’m still recovering from my back injury, which meant a more fishing trips and fewer hiking trips than I would have liked though we still had a ton of fun. Rather than doing a normal year-in-review, I thought it would be more fun to sum up the year by revisiting all of our trips one picture at a time.
Since I’m a wordy sap who has a terrible habit of structuring blog posts like Scrubs episodes, I feel the need sum up the year with a moral. I’ll keep this short: Life changes, faster than we thought.
Thanks for coming along for the ride, everyone. See you in 2018.
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Max Wilson is a graduate student studying ecology at Arizona State University. He writes here at Lesser Places, has occasionally written for Backpacker Magazine, Backpacker.com, and even more occasionally written for scientific journals. You can follow him on twitter @maxomillions.