Introduction To Our Journey’s Flow This once was on the welcome page and I have moved it here in Reflections. When first deciding on whether or not to begin a travelogue I wrote this. Today a new introduction page is becoming necessary in my mind for no other reason other than it just seems…Details
Little Pieces of Today…
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Many years ago I removed the seat from a Burley D’Lite trailer to pull Edison around during our bike rides. He was too big for our B.O.B. Trailer but Jessica was still small enough to ride it. As it turned out we never really used either trailer as much as we thought we would, which is how things typically go for many of us.Details
I have a lot of stoves, to the point of addiction. I just like a well thought out piece of camping gear so my closets are full of outdoor gear that was used then replaced with the latest trends. As a gear junkie I have perfected the excuses as to why I “need” that new camping item. So when it came time to plan our bikepacking lifestyle, it was easy to justify a new stove.Details
During the past few months of hot uncharacteristic weather we have been having on the Olympic Peninsula my inner voice has been warning me of wet weather to begin our ride down the Oregon Coast. I tried to ignore it but as predicted a storm hit, actually two storms arrived on the very…Details
June 1-8, 2015 Hike Link To The Photo Album The Route: Deer Park to Obstruction Point. Obstruction Point to Gladys Lake. Gladys Lake to Upper Cameron Basin. Upper Cameron Basin to Dose Meadow. Dose Meadow to Gray Wolf Pass. Gray Wolf Pass to Cedar Lake. Cedar Lake to Three Forks Camp. Three Forks Camp to…Details
2015 Jeep Cherokee at Obstruction Point The one memory about the drive to Obstruction Point that touched me the most was not the incredible view, nor the alarming lack of snow. It was the fragrance. This time of year cool mountain breezes carry a distinct aroma through awakening SubAlpine Fir that first begin…Details