Monthly Archive: May, 2011

Paddle Access

I’ve kayaked on the Mendenhall Lake plenty of time, but this morning was my first time canoeing. Maybe it’s not as fast, but it’s pretty comfortable (not to mention lighter for carrying from… Continue reading

Memorial Morning

It was another quality day of exploring and climbing where I visited a part of the glacier that I haven’t been to yet this spring. Temperatures cracked seventy here in Juneau for the… Continue reading

A Quiet Time

You could hardly call it rain, but the mist in the air when I visited Montana Creek yesterday was the kind that beads up on your camera and your clothes as you walk… Continue reading

Mendenhall Playground

After several days of trying to get this footage to upload in a single video…I gave up. My computer and old, cheap video editing software are not up to the task of dealing… Continue reading

Ice Cave Short

This video is from a couple separate evenings where this cave was the most interesting subject available.

Welcome Back

In response to his own fondness for his dependable backpack, Corey remarked that he was amused by the “relationships” outdoors people tend to develop with their gear. We tend to personify physical locations… Continue reading