On Tawny’s Birthday, I often take a moment to reflect on why she is the perfect travel companion. I’ve had the rare and wonderful honor of seeing so much of the world with her, and here’s why I wouldn’t have wanted to do it with any one else. You’re hardcore. And you’re beautiful. And fun to take out to dinner. […]
I´ve been standing on the beach fastening buoyant sticks together, in an attempt to make a raft. I figured that if I could find enough cloth might even be able to fashion a sail, or perhaps harness some sea turtles for propulsion. It was while I was making a rather admirable looking craft that the winds of fortune changed. Now […]
Great news, Spirit of the Columbia is finished! Over the next fews days as we make ready to depart for Ecuador we will be releasing the chapters of our documentary down the Columbia river. Ten days of sailing, exploring, and all too often peddling down the Columbia, from Canada to Oregon. Here’s the preview, tomorrow yields the first chapter. Get pumped.
“N Seoul Tower” Feb./6/2011 In the center of Seoul, looming above the cityscape, is N Seoul Tower. As the largest tower in Korea is offers an Emperor’s view of the city and a chance to dine 479m above sea level. Namsan City bus No.2 or Subway line No.4 will both drop you within a ten minute walk from the tower. […]
The caves at Lake Lenore are over as old as the glaciers that shaped the coulee and have been used for over 5000 years as a place of rest for local tribes. Today they provide a soul quenching view and a great hike up into the basalt playgrounds of central Washington. Last week I had the pleasure of driving through […]