Iceland

Iceland

Ah, Iceland. I just have such an affinity for this place. It feels so comfortable and right. It was only a seven hour flight from Seattle to Reykavik and arriving in the morning at sunrise was able to experience that soft northern hemisphere pastel sky. We were able to crunch alot into the two days [...]

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Nebraska

Nebraska

Nebraska- I grew up on a small farm in western Nebraska. The winters were cold and bitter but it did not stop a child. My best friend was a dog, half spaniel and half something else. I used to wander the 160 acre farm alone all day with that dog. One grey snow covered morning, [...]

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Looks Like A Road Trip

Looks Like A Road Trip

We, Tim (aka…Wally) and myself had planned on spending the weekend climbing in the North Cascades. We drove several hours to the trail head for Liberty Bell and Early Winter Spire only to find clouds and light rain instead of the sun we had hoped for. Standing in the parking lot I suggested to drive on [...]

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Lake Twenty Two

Lake Twenty Two

Hiked to Lake Twenty Two before the weather changed. Beautiful day with sun, views and emerald lake water. The trail runs through a preserve that was set aside by the federal government in 1947. Wonderful stands of old growth cedar.

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India-2008

India-2008

2008 I traveled to India and completed the “Chota” Char Dham by visiting the four Hindu temples; Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedranath and Badrinath. Journal-The loose dirt gave way under my feet, spilling rocks down the slope as I made my way to the river. I reached the bank and stepped on a flat rock where I [...]

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