The BEST Rock Concert of my Life and other suggestions for exploring the Denver, CO and Portland, OR areas.
Climbing Pilot Rock in dry conditions can be challenging in itself, but in the snow, it's an entirely different terrain.
Read about the last chapter to the Red Sea/ Egypt/ Jordan adventure: exploring the Wadi Rum desert, staying in a Bedouin camp, floating in the Dead Sea, and more.
There's nothing like exploring ancient desert cities in the midsummer heat. Read about the beautiful vastness of the Lost City of Petra in the next to last chapter of this adventure.
From crawling through the Great Pyramid of Khufu to delivering soccer balls to an orphanage in Maadi, the adventure continues in Cairo, Egypt.
From swimmer rapids on the upper Rogue River to class IV rapids on the Northern Umpqua, read about how to learn to white-water kayak in three days.
We finally made it to the homestead, and what do you know I have another adventure planned, this one, international.
Vegas was exactly like the neon-lit image I had in mind. The cowboy sign is still there on Fremont Street, only he no longer glows. Instead he is shrouded by a digital canopy running the length of the strip which displays a light show every hour on the hour. What I didn’t expect was the... Continue Reading →
In kindergarten, a couple of park rangers gathered the entirety of Wares Ferry Elementary School into the gym. The center of attention was focused on a rabbit, leashed, and perched atop a table in the middle of the floor. The rabbit (whose name I could not tell you) was the main character of a... Continue Reading →
Watching the earth morph and transform from flat and speckled to intimately snowy and monstrous is an incredible experience. I can’t help but feel immensely grateful. Grateful that I can not only watch the drastic change of terrain, but every so often traverse some of the most beautiful nooks and crannies this country has to... Continue Reading →