Topic Author's Original Post - Oct 27, 2013 - 09:31pm PT
In today’s New York Times Magazine, Ernest Hemingway’s granddaughter talks about mental illness, the family history of suicide, and how exercising out of doors—including cragging with her climber boyfriend—helps her keep the black dog at bay.
Thanks Rick: An interesting read to me, since I grew up in Ketchum.
Jack Hemingway arrived there the year I graduated from High School and left for college. I met the two older daughters in the next few years, but never really spent any time around them, other than skiing. I have friends who were close to those beautiful girls with a tragic future.