POTW: Paddling into the Blue

Paddling into the Blue: as we move into Spring shoulder season, Stella and I are already dreaming about stand up paddle boarding, and kayaking in the Big Mango. "Paddling into the Blue" is in reference to our most recent trip to Bear Lake, located equally on the Utah and Idaho boarder. Bear Lake is known … Continue reading POTW: Paddling into the Blue

POTW: Remembering Aspen

March 20, 2005 ~ March 31, 2019

POTW: Crater Lake Trail

Stella and I snowshoed the Monarch Lake Loop and ventured up the Crater Lake Trail in the Indian Peaks Wilderness just before the big snowstorm took hold over the weekend of March 13th.

POTW: Bull Elk ~ Circa 2016

A Bull Elk ~ Circa 2016 foraging in Rocky Mountain National Park. Occasionally I like to showcase a photo in Black & White, it takes me back to a place in time when life moved at a slower place. Today we seek instant gratification in almost everything we do, take a moment, stop what you … Continue reading POTW: Bull Elk ~ Circa 2016

POTW: Amongst the Pines

Stella and I snowshoeing along the shores of Jackson Lake at Colter Bay inside Grand Teton National Park. Though the image depicts tranquility amongst the pines, the tempestuous winds coming across the lake made for cold journey as the snow pelted our face with each step. This picture also brings one of John Muir's many … Continue reading POTW: Amongst the Pines

POTW: Misty Mountains

The misty mountains at the north end of the Teton Range, I believe this is Ranger Peak looking across Colter Bay as we snowshoed the Hermitage Point Trail. Every national park is unique and offers spectacular views and vistas, Grand Teton National Park does not disappoint. We absolutely love Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National … Continue reading POTW: Misty Mountains

POTW: Winter

Winter in the Never Summer Range as seen from Fairview Curve in Rocky Mountain National Park. Stella and I skied to Fairview Curve on Sunday breaking trail for over a mile to the curve, our ultimate goal is to make it to Milner Pass and the continental divide.