August 21, 2005

Back in Ann Arbor

My time in Colorado is never quite enough to do everything I want to do. A few more breakfasts at Wades, a few more beers with friends from med school, and a few more trail runs would all have been nice. Maybe a few more days in the backcountry, hoping to see the elusive "bear" that I'm always looking for but seem to never see.

Nevertheless, it's good to be back in Ann Arbor. I'll be working on my journal's orientation program, catching up on email from friends, plotting my latest career moves,* and working on papers I need to finish. Basically, living the enjoyable life of a third-year law student.

One of the things I need to do is write a little about Werner Herzog's film Grizzly Man, the one about the guy who was eaten by a grizzly bear in Alaska. There's a few things I want to say about Timothy Treadwell, but all that will have to wait just a little bit longer. Right now, it's time for a beer, a book, and some sleep.

* About which, more later...

Posted by Carey at August 21, 2005 10:47 PM | TrackBack

I saw a bear in Virginia this summer. Maybe you should go there. We should go up to Pinckney again before classes start. i know it's not Colorado, but it is trail running.

Posted by: Larry at August 22, 2005 12:57 PM

When I logged on tonight I was going to ask you if you've seen the Herzog film and your thoughts on Treadwell. I look forward to your comments.

Posted by: at August 22, 2005 07:23 PM
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