POTW: Nature’s Silence

The Preston Loop, Gold Run Nordic Center My soul steers me into nature's silence. Angie Weiland-Crosby Maybe the best attribute about the great outdoors is the ability to explore nature's silence. Whether it is the rain in the spring, the waves lapping against the shoreline in the summer, the rustling of the leaves in the … Continue reading POTW: Nature’s Silence

East Shore Trail and more…

East Shore Trail As adventurous as Stella, my wife, is it may surprise some to learn how intolerant she is of hiking in hot weather. She can and will do it, but will likely grumble quite a bit along the way, and be utterly miserable. Instead, she much prefers trekking in the Spring and Fall, … Continue reading East Shore Trail and more…

Kayaking the Aurora Reservoir

Fellow adventures, it has been very difficult for Stella and I to be away from the mountains and not be able to enjoy the outdoors as we normally would have over the past several weeks or so. Knowing the mountains had received a wealth of snowfall in the months of March & April, we desperately … Continue reading Kayaking the Aurora Reservoir

Video of the Week – Theme Song

https://vimeo.com/413833135 The Base Camp @ Grand Lake theme song set to photographs taken over the course of the past year. Including our overnight kayaking adventure, recent trip to Jackson Hole and our many travels into Rocky Mountain National Park. Enjoy the theme song crafted by Stella.

Photo of the Week

Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe, above Fannette Island, as viewed from Inspiration Point.

Osprey Kestrel 38

The need for a larger backpack presented itself Fall of 2019 when a good friend of mine and I planned an overnight backcountry trip into Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP), where we would hike to Lake Verna from the East Inlet Trailhead (twenty miles out and back). After considering my current pack needs, along with … Continue reading Osprey Kestrel 38

POTW: Granite Falls Hike