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I’m a travel writer and photographer who loves to get out there and experience the world, no matter if it’s a destination close to home, a road trip or a journey to far-flung lands. I'm an adventurer and nature lover who appreciates food & wine and loves to explore Pacific Rim regions.

Pitching a Tent in Snow

In this epic snow year of 2017, summer backpackers may find themselves pitching their tent in snow. If that happens, they will quickly discover that regular tent pegs will pop right out of the snow. I’m no snow expert (unless I’m on skis) but this year I’ve started to acquire some snow backpacking skills. First … Continue reading »

Kahtoola Microspikes grip ice and snow

  The Kahtoola Microspikes ice traction system increases the stability of any winter shoe on ice and snow, taking the terror out of walking on frosty surfaces. Being able to hike on snow covered trails open up the possibilities for winter hiking, and Microspikes make all the difference. Microspikes are good for compacted snow and … Continue reading »