Uwe, John, and I set out to traverse the Wind River Range. It was truly an adventure filled with awesome beauty, a little adversity, and some minor distress. (Read on)
This year’s Father/Daughter trip was a traverse hike the length of Catalina Island.
On Dorie’s and my annual trip to the South Carolina beach, I noticed 2 summits I had not previously climbed.
The Fish Creek/Vallecito Badlands area of Anza Borrego is supposed to be fossil rich, so we went for a hunt.
Desert hiking was on the agenda for 2 days in Joshua Tree National Park.
John is working off his San Diego 100 Peaks and had 62 down and wanted to bag Granite Mountain to make it 63. That is my favorite mountain in San Diego County, so Uwe and I joined him on this hike.
Seeing the fall foliage in New England is one of the most spectacular and iconic trips you can take. Dorie and I took off to do some leaf Peeping in Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine and were lucky enough to hit the peak color.
Dorie and I have discovered a series of short trails and abandoned forest roads on the Southeast side of Big Bear Lake.
Two mountains were left on my San Bernardino List of the Sierra Club 100 Peaks List (actually 280 mtns.)
American Indian history has always been interesting to me, so for our annual Father/Daughter trip this year, Quinn and I traveled to southern Utah to find and explore some ancient Anasazi ruins.