Richard R. Barron sent me some new, hi-res images from our “Above and Beyond” hiking trip in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. They’re all of me, pretty much, but that’s just an accident … I wanted some images that I could print out and hang on my wall at the office. Still, thought I’d post them here in the interest of electronic posterity. These are by far the most iconic images of the trip, as far as I’m concerned (photographic subject aside). That Richard shot them is to be expected. What I remember most: frigid, lacerating winds; a thrilling yet exhausting climb up to Sitting Rock in the Charon Gardens Wilderness; a bison standing not 15 yards from our car; the ice floe on French Lake; and the view from atop the wind-swept Mount Scott.