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Effortless

Alaska in January can be cruel, cold and unforgiving. Only the bravest souls with state-of-the-art equipment should venture forth into frozen void.

We may not be state-of-the-art but January  was super warm and when a weekend with winds of less than 20 knots came along we decided that a first was in order. 565 more words

On The Water

I like to Packraft too

Kirk and I went packrafting last weekend.

And in addition to this blog, I’ve been keeping a blog of our packraft adventures (strangely enough called… 162 more words

Pre-hike

Nortik Trekraft at the Packrafting Store

The Packrafting Store in Germany are now selling the Russian-made Nortik Trekraft. As mentioned a few months ago, it does bear an uncanny resemblance to a standard Alpacka, right down to the ‘fastback’ stern. 365 more words

Packrafting

Barely legal bikerafting

I tell my daughters to beware of strangers on the internet. They delighted in reminding me of this as I kissed my family goodbye and headed out the door with my fatbike, loaded only with essential gear and that DSLR I never can bring myself to leave behind. 88 more words

Bikepacking

A Ducky Day

I’ve never wished that I had duck feet. I’ve never even really appreciated the pleasure of being a duck until the other day. But the other day I got to fly and then waddle to the water where I paddled around. 422 more words

Flying