Part 3: Kayaker x Angler | Finding Common Ground

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o49cw47_gsg&feature=youtu.be&_ga=2.185537322.2038207824.1564613957-1429204873.1518231669 Now and then, you come across an article, video or a cause that stirs emotion within oneself, thus causing them to act. New Belgium Brewing Company has produced a three-part series depicting how conflict can be overcome with finding common ground through the sharing of public lands. After watching Part Three of the Kayaker … Continue reading Part 3: Kayaker x Angler | Finding Common Ground

Bear Lake Adventure

Bear Lake is a beautiful, multi-shaded lake of blue, which spans through both Utah and Idaho. It is twenty-miles long (North to South) and seven-miles across at the widest point (East to West). Stella had spent childhood summers camping at one of the state park campgrounds on the Idaho side. Just as the year prior, … Continue reading Bear Lake Adventure

Giant Sedona DX W (Women’s Bike)

  So, biking and I (Stella) have a complicated relationship. Like every other kid in the USA, I rode a bike when I was child; I had the nostalgic "banana seat" bike. And I can say, with certainty, that I never rode a bike again after the age of seven or eight. For some reason, … Continue reading Giant Sedona DX W (Women’s Bike)

July 4th Holiday Weekend

Saturday's kayaking adventure was our first paddle on Lake Granby. What a beautiful day to be outdoors, a bit deceptive but nonetheless a beautiful day. We started our paddle launching from the Rainbow Bay Picnic Site located just of off County Road 6 which leads to the Monarch Lake trailhead. Our unstated goal was to … Continue reading July 4th Holiday Weekend