The aspens peaked this past weekend. Unlike last year, when storms blew away the leaves as soon as they turned, we had a succession of freezing nights with little wind.
I’m taking some time off.
Don’t worry: I haven’t gone vegan, run out of ideas, or accepted a job with ADM’s Public Relations department! I will continue to research, understand, and synthesize evolutionary concordance and discordance, and I will continue to explain what I’ve learned to you, my readers, as best I can.
I’ll still respond to comments, and I’ll still participate in the forums. I may even publish new articles on subjects I believe worthy of your attention. But for now, I need to use my time for some projects that don’t translate well into in-depth weekly articles about paleonutrition. And, frankly, I’m a bit burned out.
I don’t know exactly when I’ll resume publishing paleo articles: it won’t be six months, but it won’t be next week, either. Meanwhile, if you sign up for my newsletter, you’ll be the first to know. (The signup is in the right sidebar, or you can check the box when you leave a comment.)
Live in freedom, live in beauty.
Postscript: If you haven’t yet read my previous articles, organized by topic in the index, now is a great time to catch up on what you’ve missed. And if you find my articles interesting, informative, or valuable, the odds are very good that you’ll find The Gnoll Credo as meaningful as many others have.
(Not interested in fiction? Read this brief exchange from the forums.)