Snow Peak

25 Apr 19

The Langtang region of the Himalayas, located to the north of Kathmandu, is one of the “big three” trekking destinations in Nepal, the other two being Everest and Annapurna. Sadly, the Langtang region was devastated in the 2015 earthquake (more on that in the next section). In April, I went trekking for 7 days in […]

25 Apr 19
Luna Lumière

Gyaaaahhhhh can someone please cure my procrastination I just opened up Goodreads to get the image for the cover when I saw the beautiful promo Goodreads put for tidebreaker; there’s a sea-green background and some banners which are GORGE. wait holy hell its a GIF i just REALIZED it’s not doing its GIF thing over […]

25 Apr 19

The Salkantay Route, also known as the “New Inca Trail”, is located north of the city of Cusco, following the Cusco – Limatambo – Abancay – Lima highway, making a detour past Limatambo until arriving at Mollepata.

25 Apr 19
Keep Walking: Everest 2019

Welp, we’re now on our 9th day at EBC, and still waiting for the weather to be good enough to move up the mountain (namely for the winds to die down and for the afternoon snowstorms to stop dropping so much snow). Rumor has it though that we may be moving up on Friday night […]

25 Apr 19
Home & Commercial Solutions

In small apartments, the accommodation is highly comfortable. Burleigh is the city of beautiful sites. Living here will be a good experience for you definitely. Buildings are designed in modern styles. It is the area that is perfect for tourism due to the salt lake and peaks covered with snow. Due to this reason, this […]

25 Apr 19
Allure Travel Excursions

Nestled in the heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, there’s little wonder why Banff is on the bucket lists of most – just looking at photos of the place calms the mind and feeds the soul. But as many travelers discover, actually visiting Banff is another matter entirely. Banff is a major international tourist destination […]

25 Apr 19
Sonoran Visions

On one bright, cool Spring day I drove into the Robbins Butte Wildlife Area to visit the last of the major petroglyph sites on my list. Among the well-watered paloverde and creosotes, I passed weekenders and campers of all varieties. After several dead-ends into areas that were mainly intended for birdwatching along the riverbed, I […]

25 Apr 19

Photos of the Week: 4/25/2019: Amazing National Geographic photo contest Winners will inspire you to take your next trip(s): The photographers that win photo contests for the National Geographic organization are amazing, and so are their photos. Their photos are something that you can just look at over and over. And when you look at […]

25 Apr 19
Country Highpoints

Mount Kitchener (11,417ft) and Snowdome (11,483ft) Eric and Serge April 18 – Eric leaves Seattle after work, picks up Serge at Vancouver, camp near Hope, BC April 19 – Drive to Jasper, pick up permits, camp at Athabasca glacier trailhead April 20 – Ski to base of snow dome April 21 – ski Kitchener, Snow […]

25 Apr 19
Zip and Jobie Go Hiking

To leave the Flagstaff area the Arizona trail goes up around the snowy San Francisco Peaks and with a clear blue sky as background, they just “pop”. Meanwhile the trail itself goes “crunch” or “squish” depending on the time of day that you cross the lingering snow pack. The land levels out around 6,000 ft […]

25 Apr 19

Talk about timing. The National Weather Service issued a flood advisory warning just before noon Wednesday for the Clark Fork River above Missoula, only six hours before a community meeting at Hawthorne School to help Orchard Homes residents prepare for the possibility of flooding this year. According to the NWS, at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday, river […]

24 Apr 19
Scrambling To Health

It was only a few short months since my injury and I was going insane. While sitting around, I noticed an increase in anxiety. I wasn’t sleeping much and my eating habits were still shit. No exaggeration there. I had thought to myself multiple times how I wanted / needed to move my body. I […]