Some Family Outings

4/1 to 5/9/2016 – When you get a call from your best buddies proposing that they might come stay with you for a month, take them up on it.  Then they’ll stay longer.  And keep coming back. And that’s the best part. That was the case when Jonny and Leslie came back to town last […]

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The Lovely Month of September

9/3 to 9/20/2016 – Suddenly it was September, and the long, warm days of summer quickly transitioned into crisp and ever-shortening days of autumn.  With this change in season, came a renewed vigor for the outdoors (because fall is the BEST time of year to play in the mountains). Grete and I joined a large […]

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The Enchantments Traverse

8/15/2016 – While on a relaxing week-long tip to the old family cabin on Lake Chelan, Grete and I decided we had to get out into the Cascades for a day… Being that the Enchantments were only an hour or so away, and I had only seen the area under the cover of snow, it seemed like […]

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Early Summer Adventuring…

5/8 to 6/8/2016 – Here is another collection of photos from day-trips early on this summer…  We’ve got a couple pictures from tandeming up Going to the Sun Road, a run up in the Cabinets Wilderness, as well as a jog up to Triple Divide Pass and Medicine Grizzly Lake in Glacier.  That lovely lady Grete really likes […]

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Sperry Glacier

5/10-11 & 24-25/2015 – Well, I just realized that I lost track of time and photos (as often happens) and hadn’t posted these photos from a couple of wonderful trips up to the Sperry Glacier last spring…  I got the awesome opportunity to volunteer up on Sperry Glacier in Glacier National Park for the USGS doing […]

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Costa Rica Luna de Miel

11/05 to 11/23/2015 – “MUCHOS GRACIAS POR FAVOR…” I repeated over and over to the friendly local farmer who was wading thigh-deep across the Bongo River with our tandem on his back… This only continued my spiral deep into being clearly identified as the dumb gringo tourist on an odd-ball “bicycleta grande” with his beautiful, much more bilingual, wife. […]

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