Princess Louisa Inlet is one of those places where seeing truly is believing. Surrounded by rain forest, it’s the home of North America’s highest waterfall – James Bruce Falls, Chatterbox Falls and the hidden Trapper Falls. Through the forest, dozens more waterfalls cascade down the steep inlet slopes making this a lush and abundant [...]
OK, I know that the blog is getting confusing as far as time due to some very delayed posting…BUT here is where we pick with August’s adventures!
Friday 8/3, we began our first full day in Seattle in downtown Ballard, getting the last of our work done before taking off sailing for the next [...]
As a preview to the coming blog post on our sailing adventures in the Straits of Georgia, Mary Lynn demonstrates her shucking skills and discovery of a HUGE oyster!
Posted from Gibsons, British Columbia, Canada.
There’s a good argument to be made that you cannot find a longer or more continuous stretch of singletrack than the Black Canyon Trail in Arizona. Both Rob & I had ridden sections and after camping for the week at Table Mesa Trailhead, we decided to tackle the entire 68 miles on one of [...]
We were lucky to meet John Viall this week! He’s biking across the country to raise money for the Junior Diabetes Research Fund. JDRF is funding research to find a cure for Type 1 Diabetes in children. If you know of someone affected by Type 1 diabetes, please consider a donation! Thanks for all [...]