6/26 to 8/11/2016 – Well here goes another round of photos that happen to only be a couple of months behind! Since the last update, we’d began to hit our summer stride and hopped out on a couple of classic run/hike/jikes. Grete and I had a deuzy of a day on our first trip into the […]Read more "The Busy Part of the Summer of 2016…"
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 […]Read more "Early Summer Adventuring…"
Well, Grete and I have still been avidly adventuring… enough to keep me off the internet and away from my blog… but it seemed like time for another post! Covered in this little blurb from our lives is a most excellent run from Lake McDonald Lodge to the Jackson Glacier Overlook over Gunsight Pass in […]Read more "Late Summer Adventures"
9/3 to 9/10/2013 – Grete and I have worked for an excellent rafting company, Liquid Descent, for the past few summers doing daily sections of quality Colorado whitewater. Guiding whitewater with paying guests can get a little repetitive after a while and our perpetually-super-stoked owner, Alan, proposed the idea of a multi-day trip to wrap […]Read more "The Lower Salmon"
10/17 to 10/22/14′ – When you sit in a canoe all day for 6 straight days you learn a few things about this timeless style of exploration. Here are a few things Grete and I picked up while paddling up the 55 mile-long Lake Chelan in late October: 1. Canoeing is like backpacking on water. […]Read more "Canoeing Up Lake Chelan"
10/28/2011 – No more than two hours after having landed in Alaska (back on October 3rd), I was out hiking around the Mendenhall Valley with a couple of my WEMT classmates. The glacier was a powerful piece of geologic and climatological history that immediately instilled in me the belief that Alaska is something special and […]Read more "The Mighty Mendenhall Glacier"
Last summer was my rookie season as a raft guide. Although the summer of 2010 has forever changed me, I took very few photos and instead lived every moment to its fullest. I was surrounded with an amazing group of people who each took a leap of faith and ended up on their feet as […]Read more "A Little Taste of Rafting Season"