11/10 to 12/6/2016 – Uncle Mike is an adventurous force to be reckoned with. He has an endless collection of wild stories from his wanderlust filled life. And now, at 70-years young, this fellow spends a majority of his time cycling through foreign countries immersing himself in local culture and customs. Early in the summer of 2016, Grete […]Read more "A Chévere Month in Ecuador"
9/22 to 10/8/2016 – The Idaho Batholith is a large granitic intrusion that forms the mountains at the heart of the Idaho Hot Springs route. The igneous intrusion that formed the Sawtooths, the Salmon River Mountains and most of the rest of central Idaho’s high country also fuel the hot springs that are so prevalent throughout […]Read more "Idaho Hot Springs… Round 2"
6/19 to 6/21/2016 – Well it’s been a beautiful summer here in NW Montana, and the bicycling, running, and general adventuring has been top tier… hence why posts are still just barely trickling out and are months behind! Anyways, this little photo story is from a 3-day/2-night experiment in bikepacking around Hungry Horse Reservoir with additional […]Read more "Hungry Horse to Swan Crest"
11/10 to 11/14/14′ – After the Adventure Cycling Association published its new mountain bike tour route, the Idaho Hot Springs Tour, there was no way to avoid adding it to the shoulder season schedule. Unfortunately, our prime-time to go for it (early fall) was eaten up by previous family plans and weddings, so the trip kept getting […]Read more "Idaho and Bicycles and November…"
9/7 to 9/9/2014 – As rafting season was coming to a close, the hustle and bustle of fall travel commenced with an attempted week-long sojourn in the San Juan Mountains in Colorado. Grete’s mother, Diane, has been plugging away at the Colorado Trail over the past few years with a stout goal of hiking every section […]Read more "The Colorado Trail (hiking this time)"
3/13/14 – Well Jonny showed up for a week of skiing in mid-March and, given the stable conditions, he and those around him were able to get after it… Grete showed him and another friend, Bryce, the goods all week long around Silverfork, Solitude, and Big Cottonwood Canyon while I was stuck at work. When […]Read more "The Northwest Couloir of the Pfeifferhorn"
6/10 to 6/12/2014 – After a couple weeks of non-stop rafting work, Grete and I needed an escape, if only for a couple of days. To get away, we headed west to Fruita, CO to bike, camp out and celebrate her birthday. We arrived at Fruita’s desert mountain bike trail system during the heat of the […]Read more "A Couple Days in Fruita…"