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What’s In My Bag – 2019 Gear List

Another year and another piece of gear! I almost made it through the year without adding any new toys but one day I found myself flying a drone! It’s quite small but now my bag is just about full! If you’re looking for previous years stuff: 2018 Gear List 2017
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Zion National Park | Winter Trip Report

Many people flock to the national parks during the summer months. Zion and Bryce Canyon National Park are so popular in the summer months that hundreds of shuttles run daily to ferry people around the main areas of the parks. However, the perfect time to visit Zion and Bryce Canyon
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Backpacking, Sunshine, and New Gear in the North Cascades

Summer is always a great time for exploration and adventure. Unfortunately, many people have the same idea and that leads to crowded destinations. I’ve been spending a lot of time near Mount Ranier but usually the least crowded places are the ones furthest away, so I decided to look further.
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What’s In My Bag – 2018 Edition

It’s a new year and well.. I already contradicted the first paragraph of last years gear list post! I talked about how I wouldn’t be adding any more gear, but as we all know, that’s never true. So what’s different for this year? Camera Main Body: Sony A7R III I
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Part 2: Rain With A Chance of Sunshine In The Olympics

Nature is always full of surprises. The day started with heavy overcast skies and the forecast didn’t look great either. The previous day was totally rained out so we didn’t have high hopes for the second day. We got up early and planned to do a morning hike at Obstruction
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Mount St. Helens In May

This year marks the 38th anniversary of the last major eruption of Mount St. Helens. 38 years since the northern face of Mount St. Helens was blown apart, much of the surrounding valley is still recovering as nature slowly reclaims the scorched earth created by the eruption. Last week I
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Lake 22 Trail Report

The curiously-named Lake Twentytwo is the center of an oasis of alpine wetland nestled on the northern shoulder of Mount Pilchuck. The hike to the lake combines the best of mountain rainforests, old-growth, wetlands, and mountain views, yet it is readily accessible. In winter the route lends itself to snowshoeing.
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What’s In My Bag – Gear List 2017

Camera gear is a never ending journey of purchase after purchase.. or so I thought. That’s how it used to be for me – however it seems like the gear bug in me has finally departed. This year I’ve only made a few small additions to my kit here and
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A Summer In Washington

As short as summers are in the pacific north west, I was lucky enough to be able to get out of town quite a lot and explore all that the PNW has to offer. My first 6 months on the west coast has just ended and I’ve been quite surprised
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Glacier Basin and Emmons Moraine Trail Report

Glacier Basin and Emmons Moraine are both easy/moderate trails that start near the White River Campground at Mount Ranier National Park. The trail begins at the far end of the White River Campground. Limited parking is available in the ‘climber / picnic’ parking lot as well as along the side
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