ONE HUNDRED DAYS PROJECT

Posted on Feb 21, 2012 | 1 comment

There may be more to learn from climbing the same mountain a hundred times
than by climbing a hundred different mountains.
Richard Nelson

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Welcome to The One Hundred Days Project, an ongoing exploration of staying put, being who you are and, perhaps most importantly, being where you are. If you are new to One Hundred Days, hit the “Learn more” button below. Otherwise scroll down to begin or, continue your journey in the gallery below.

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Learn more about The One Hundred Days Project HERE ...

During my life, I have climbed at least a hundred different mountains. After decades of working in parks, preserves and museums, I am now a consultant to various nonprofits. I still travel but, I now do a lot of work from home.

Thus, on a day-to-day basis, instead of climbing one hundred mountains all over the country and world like I used to, I find myself climbing my one, little, 14-acre home “mountain,” a hundred times and more annually. This year I am making a commitment to chronicle these mini-journeys with one hundred unique stories and photographs, from one hundred different days, all from my own little home “mountain.” Yes, my mountain is almost flat (30 feet in relief). But, it is the only mountain I have and, it is where I live.

Join me in this exploration of staying put, being who you are and, perhaps most importantly, being where you are.

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One Hundred Days is one in a series of books in progress at CowGarage, “one page at a time.” Watch for new installments or SUBSCRIBE HERE.

One of the inspirations for the One Hundred Days Project was the quote, “There may be more to learn from climbing the same mountain a hundred times than by climbing a hundred different mountains” from my brother’s original website, www.HundredMountain.com . His site has since evolved into www.WestVirginiaville.com .


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Story and all photographs © 2012 David Imbrogno, and CowGarage.com

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One Comment

  1. I talked to you today about your farm. I think you missed your calling. Your pictures are so beautiful!!! I know your farm will sell I only hope that the family who buys your farm sees the love you and your wife have for this place thru your pictures. So many of this pictures should be framed and put in this home forever!

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