Rocky Mountains

May 25, 2015

Rocky Mountains

In a world where compromise is more and more appreciated and where experimental learning is more and more valued, the human resources managers are going to start asking in the selection interview: you, what extraordinary thing have you done? And those life lessons are going to be become quite important because, how else are we to know the best people’s version, their latent resources? The applicants in the process will wind up picking those companies that have a project with a story, a personality to be part of. Even elks bellow when they want something; I heard them this morning in Wolf Creek Pass.
It has been a pretty tough day, by the way. Three hours and a half ascending 2.100 meters above sea level from Pagosa Springs up to the 3.300-meter-above-sea-level mountain pass. Interminable nine-percent slopes, intermittent snow and, although it may sound weird, the descent to South Fork, Rio Grande was even worse due to the cold. In total, just seventy kilometers today that took me as many as seven hours. During the next days, I will have to do over 180-kilometer sessions in order to compensate the average.

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