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In The Moment – The Natural Way…Let’s Write

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“In the Moment” with Adele Arnesen presents fun ways to remember our moments while on our life’s journey….Ways of remembering those thoughts,,,why not journal or begin a short story with sketches along the way. For this month dear listeners ideas will develop to help you with a new dialogue and ways of getting your mindset to say, “Yes, I am going to write.” Yes, I want to experience this new part of my journey and remember it by taking photos, writing in my journal and sketching a bit too. I am prepared with the right tools to take this new leap. My Resilient Life tool box is packed with all I need.”

As we prepare to go on the trail, Will share about Camp Nano and invite you to come along on the journey with me. Visit Brook N’ Dell Virtual Village to read all about this and links to get started.

Do join us! It just happen that you feel the impulse to join us “live” and ask questions and share your own moments with your journaling, sketching and taking those great photos..

Please share this date and time with others. The only way our broadcast, “In The Moment,” can grow is by everyone knowing we are here each week. For a list of resources … visit Brook N’ Dell Virtual Village.
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  • To get started with your writing….Great message on this Video.

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July Schedule to follow as you write…  Lots’ of inspiring ideas

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Get Lost. Write.

This July, Camp NaNoWriMo challenges you to “Get Lost. Write.”

So you can explore uninhibitedly and be the cartographer of imagined lands, we used our (considerable) physiography skills to create your very own Map to the Month… or, everything you’ll need to find your story over the next 31 days.

Today TodayThe time to commit is now!1. Commit to your July writing project by creating it here. (Then, visit our blog for some last-minute inspiration. And if you’re not in a cabin yet, jump on in! Your crew awaits!)2. Commit to donating $30—or just about $0.97 for each day of writing in July—and receive a special “Fortune Favors the Bold” tattoo while supplies last.
April 1 July 1

At midnight in your time zone, start writing! After a sweat-inducing hike across the page, make your first word-count update (from the top of our site or through “My Writing Projects”).

Join interns and staff for our first Virtual Write-In, an inspiration-kindling video live-stream. We’ll be online with you every Tuesdayat 11 AM PDT and every Wednesday at 2 PM PDT.

April 3 July 3Need a Camp buddy? We’ve asked some novel-writing veterans to take over our YouTube channel to share their hard-earned wisdom. Subscribe to our channel today!
April 6 July 6Have you noticed the Camp Care Packages in your inbox? They’re a daily dose of inspiration provided by published authors, in partnership with our friends at fellow nonprofit We Need Diverse Books.
April 8 July 8Join our worldwide team of word-sprinters, already going strong. They’re online at all hours of the day, and ready to give you the fuel you need to keep going.
April 8 July 10Be on the lookout for a new participant pep talk in your inbox. Your fellow writers know how to spread creative energy and pep better than anyone!
April 11 July 16Wake up early and get ready to be… #NaNoInspired! Throughout the day on Twitter and Instagram, we’ll be talking about (and maybe singing about, too?) what inspires us.
April 17 July 20

Winning starts today! If you’ve hit your word-count goal, click “Validate your word count to win” (next to “Update” at the top of the site or in the tent on the homepage) to start the process.

April 25 July 25Use today to announce this promise in your cabin (or on social media): “I WILL finish my Camp NaNoWriMo project by July 31. I can totally, 100% do this.” (And, promise yourself some creative swag if you make it.)
April 30 July 31You know what you are? In it to win it. Get those last words down, take a slug from your canteen, and then join us in a celebratory Virtual Write-In!

S’mores all around!

 

In The Moment the Natural Way…Finding and Traveling along the New Trail Part 5

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In the Moment with Adele Arnesen.. Welcome to our Broadcast. Our show is all about living the Natural Way. That going outdoors can mean many different things to many different people. You might find out on your journey that you wish to venture in a new direction. Referring to examples of Lewis and Clark to the Astronauts to blazing a new trail in the woods nearby can provide ideas on how to blaze that new trail in your job, at home or with a relationship.

Join Jeff Cannon and I as we share our thoughts from many perspectives and have fun doing it. Remember you can look at what is in the archives of history on how history has taught us that blazing that new trail will open up so many new possibilities.

Remember to also visit our website at Brook N’ Dell Virtual Village. Many special pages contain all types of resources for you to use.

If you wish to join our broadcast and we hope you do …call our on-air number (718) 766-4415 or archive many of the broadcasts including this one. Listening at your leisure can be fun as you join us on one of our sharing excursions.

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Journey on a Dirt Road…In the Moment the Natural Way!

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Traveling on a dirt road can be the best thing for each of us.
Researching dirt roads throughout the US.
Here are some resources to begin your investigation…

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The Road Not Taken

BY ROBERT FROST

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,
And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

 

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In The Moment Broadcast…Through the Eye’s of a Child Part 2

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Did you miss our broadcast.  Please join us …the broadcast is available below.  Our topic will be all around looking at things all around us with the Eye’s of a child. We will visit ideas on opening up the world to Curious Moments. How our view of this present moment can be the key to Resilience Living. Join us!…

 

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Life in Montana

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As I research what is happening in Montana for the year 2012, here are some links to look at. Click on the titles to follow the links.  Most subject areas all have links for you.  Great info for planning.

Wildlife in Montana:   http://fwp.mt.gov/recreation/safety/wildlife/

Info and Wildlife Courses at the Yellowstone Association, Gardiner, MT (northwest entrance to Yellowstone National Park):               http://www.yellowstoneassociation.org/institute/

Living and working in and around Yellowstone, the center of the wide open valley between the Gallatin and Absaroka Mountain ranges – The wilderness surrounds us. We are not too far from  Art Galleries, Yellowstone National Park, Chico Hot Springs, Absaroka Dog Sleds (in winter), Fly Fishing and more.  If you are a photographer, the sunrises and sunsets will astound you if you have not been here before…and that is just touching the tip of the iceberg setting your plans into action on what you will want to do when you plan your stay here in Montana.

After viewing all the activities and links send us an email at resilienceliving@gmail.com.  We will help you with your plans including places to stay.

 

The list below represents some of the organizations and people we are associated with. They are listed by categories.  This list is growing as it is our mission to bring Yellowstone Country to you .

 

Fly Fishing and Fishing Supplies

 

 

Knoll’s Fly Fishing School

 

Swimming and Spas

 

Chico Hot Springs Resort provides a swimming pool that is fed by the Chico Hot Springs.  A Day Spa is also available.

 

Winter Activities

 

Map of Montana

 

Absaroka Dog Sledding   

 

ACTIVITIES

 

Winter Activities                                                            

 

 

Fly Fishing

 

 

Horseback Riding          Hell’s Roarin’ Outfitters           Flying Diamond Guide

 

 

 

Outfitter Services:         Flying Diamond Guide               Bear Paws Outfitters

 

                                                                  Hell’s Roarin Outfitters

 

Flight Services

 

Adventures and Tours

 

 

Rafting                                     Wildwest Rafting          Yellowstone Rafting Co.

 

                                                                        Montana Whitewater Rafting

 

Places to Visit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Services

Some of the above info is provided by http://www.travelmt.com/  Great Information for all of us

 

 

 

 

Plan to visit with me in Montana

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Come and join me in Montana and Invite your friends or come alone and make new friends. Need to take a break and at the same time have fun?  Come and join me in Montana…the mountains and the West are just 2 of the ingredients that will make this break memorable. I guarantee that you will come back again. You will find that you just can not do everything.  

American Bison

Remember that the Bison are waiting for you to join them in a Bison Jam in Yellowstone.

I am located in Paradise Valley just about 33 miles from the Northwest entrance to the Park.  Right here, I have a few places for you to stay.  The places are from a special Bed and Breakfast with great breakfasts prepared each morning , to cabins and private homes where you are on your own.  These accommodations are great and provide comfort for your whole group.

I have met some great people who will help you make the plans while you are here.  So when you arrive, you will be off to explore as soon as you are settled in and ready to go.

As I have chosen Paradise Valley as my home base for Brook N’ Dell Virtual Village, I can promise you that the location includes a bit of Paradise with close proximity to Yellowstone Natioal Park and beyond. For instance here is a link to a Montana Festival you might want to go to and it even has  free admission (only 110 miles away and a great day trip.)   The link  to this festival is http://montanafolkfestival.com/.   Just follow the link to check this out.  I am planning to attend.  Hope you will join me.  

Take the next step…Contact me with dates you would like to come to Paradise Valley.  I will research what is happening. Will work out the possible costs for you.  Just let me know what you would like to do such as fly fishing, hiking, classes in the wild, rock climbing, art and photography in the wild, dancing, rodeo watching, horseback riding up into the hills, camping in the wild… It goes on in on…There is so much to do.  

So call me now…Look forward to visiting with you via phone or email.  Will work with you on making your stay comfortable and exciting and restful and unforgettable and…!  You will want to come again.  

Now all you have to do is…

Contact me at resilienceliving@gmail.com or call me at 405-333-4055.   Will be excited to hear from you.   Let’s plan a special time here in and around Paradise Valley.