I tried to sleep at the trailhead after parking at 3 am, but all I could think of was whether or not there were mountain lions in the Grand Canyon. Sitting in my car, waiting in the darkness, I remembered that best practice was to never hike alone. I remembered that if you chose to…… Continue reading Hermit Trail
Alternative titles, “The Big Ditch” or “The Grand Canyon”. Our trip down the Colorado River was years in the making, starting with a dream and a group of men, who were once boys at Colorado Mountain College together. As a kid, I got the chance to go on a couple of raft trips. The first…… Continue reading Ice…And Tequila?
At least once in your life. A few weeks ago I was up in Winter Park and we decided it would be the perfect weekend to hang up the hammock. With the gentle sway I fell asleep between the trees and under the stars. There is a short list of places that I have felt…… Continue reading Sleep Under the Stars
The breeze coming off the bay was cool, especially in the shade. The tall trees shielding the bright sun from my pale skin. It had been hot and dry in Denver leading up to this trip, with the temperatures approaching 100 every day; wildfires raging in southern Colorado, national forests closed to humans. It was…… Continue reading Bellingham, WA
Welcome to Thailand. From the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, to the old capital of Chiang Mai City, and to the hammock-loving life down in the Andaman Sea we traveled with variety. Here is a photo journal of my trip to Thailand. This will scratch the surface of the laughs we shared and the memories we…… Continue reading Thailand, Part 1