This September, my friend David and I walked California’s legendary John Muir Trail. After finishing what was one of the […]
Turns out there are still real old fashioned cowboys out there. I found this out after a few days of […]
High Points in Washington.
Last week marked my first week off since I started work up here in the Northwest nook of the San […]
Clouds break on Mt. Rainier, WA. over the Nisqually Glacier
Juan de Fuca
A wild rose on Lopez Island, San Juans Washington.
Backcountry Gourmet: What will you make? Some tips and pointers.
Throughout my backcountry and wilderness trips, I’ve been hard pressed to come across a counterpart who isn’t a foodie. We […]
Pacific Northwestern Nuts n’ Berries
It’s simple. It’s good for you. “Pacific Northwestern Nuts n’ Berries” will also get you out in the woods. Ingredients? […]
Just returned to the US of A, a whopping 55 minute ferry ride from CAN a DA. In Port Angeles […]
On Being Bipeds
How does it feel to be a human? The first big step in anyone’s life is learning to walk shortly […]
an homage to Leilah Nadir America is at the head of the first world. America is responsible for extracting and obtaining […]