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Gurnal Dubs in Snow from the A6

Wed 27 Jan 2018
Richard and I were on a visit to our ‘winter residence’ – our favourite warm hotel in the Lakes, the Castle Green Hotel in Kendal. 985 more words


Hiking South Kaibab Trail Grand Canyon

Forty seven years old, and I had never been to the Grand Canyon. I’m not sure why exactly. Maybe because it’s a couple day’s drive from Carson City. 1,841 more words


No more PCT. But...

Adam called me from the trail one night, I think about a week ago already (I’m so behind on here, sorry!) and was going to find a hitch to the nearest town. 1,698 more words

Wednesday Hiking - Henry Coe

Last weekend was a hiking weekend with Heather and I heading to Henry Coe State Park to see the spring wild flowers.  Well, me, Heather, a thousand bike riders, and every wild flower lover in the county.  310 more words


Spring Hiking in Alaska

Have you ever stood in the snow while wearing a tank top?  If so, you know exactly what spring is like in Alaska.  With our extra long sunlight hours and gorgeous sunny days, spring warms up faster than the snow can melt! 628 more words

Living In Alaska

Hike #5: Laumeier Sculpture Park

(This is the fifth post of my Twelve Hikes, Twelve Months series.)

I know, I know. How can a sculpture park possibly count as a hike? 361 more words


Snowshoeing the Hosmer Brook Trail

March proved to be a wild and wintry month. Three snowstorms in as many weeks had left a rather deep layer of snow, prompting our tiny, local ski hill to stay open an additional three weekends. 384 more words