Yesterday, the sky grew dark again – similar to a cloudy day, but with a bit of a reddish hue. After living in smoke for months last year, we knew exactly what it was without having to open the curtains. We were downwind of another fire. I opened up one of the usual Colorado fire… Continue reading Fire
We briefly stopped at Kodachrome Basin and found an ideal camping spot outside of the park. It was quite the surreal place to set up camp with soft warm sand to sleep on and plenty of view.
I’m doing a bit of exploring to find cool places to take my friends and family later this year.
Last July, I went to Alaska with Keya and my family. We had a family reunion on an Alaskan Cruise. While the cruise was certainly nice, I much preferred being off ship. The majority of photos are taken when Keya and I did some exploring, camping, and hiking during the stops.
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
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