Obviously, I have to lead with the picture of Pueblo the Corgi. I mean look at this little buddy! Last weekend, right after the Fjallraven Classic USA, Keya and I met our friends, Veronica and Evan, near Jefferson. Then we headed up some mountain passes to find ghost towns! We started on Boreas Pass on… Continue reading Ghost towns, mountain passes, a wildfire, and a Corgi
Well, we did it. Thirty miles in three days on the Colorado trail. Beau already did a great writeup of last year’s Fjallraven Classic USA. Definitely give it a read if you are interested.Some notes from my experience: I packed light opting for the (not super comfy) bivy sack instead of a tent. Because we didn’t… Continue reading Fjallraven Classic USA 2018
Keya, Zag and I did our first 14ers of the year. Despite having never done a 14er before, Zag did the best of all of us.
Last weekend we headed down into the Canyonlands in Utah. It is one of my very favorite places to be and one of the most pristine environments I have experienced. Where we went is definitely the road less traveled. In fact, it’s impossible to get to for most vehicles. Usually, it’s super photogenic, but it… Continue reading Under the ledge
It’s been too long since I posted. Much has happened and maybe I’ll get to posting, but for now, here’s 200+ of my favorite photos this year. Let me know what you think! The travel photos made possible because my employer, Automattic, is fully remote. We’re hiring!
Last year Stephane and I took our Jeeps from Montreal to Whistler. This year we met up in Calgary and have about a week to get there. This means we’re taking the scenic route. We also have additional adventurers. Keya and my dog, Zag, are making the trek with us!Follow our progress here.
Ojo Caliente During our stop in Ojo Caliente, we headed up the road behind the hot springs and found some nice gnarly roads to bike on with Zag. We ended up by a neat mica mine. I had never seen mica grow that thick before. Zag also got a couple minor lessons about what cactus… Continue reading Cactus Consequences: Ojo Caliente, Sante Fe, and Albuquerque