This past weekend I had a glorious experience in a beautiful U.S. National Park just southeast of Seattle, Washington. The Mount Rainier National Park is a remote park that is home to the active volcano, Mount Rainier that towers above 14,000 feet over the landscape. This snow-capped mountain […]
Columbines by: Teresa Hooley (1888-1973) Airily poised in the garden bed, Delicate saffron, white and rose, With gossamer petals lightly spread The columbines flutter upon their toes. Wait, till the moonlight sets them free! They’ll stir, they’ll shake off the dew, they’ll go Dancing, dancing (but you’ll not […]
A mid-October visit to the Shenandoah mountains was filled with rainy days and overcast skies. Though it wasn’t the most pleasant of weather, the storm created its magic along the rolling mountains. But then the clouds cleared in the afternoon and the brilliant autumn colors shone brightly with […]
Well I made it to the top! With about 3,000 of altitude increase with an hour and a half of boulder scrambling. The weather was the best ever, the colors spectacular and the company fabulous. As you can see I couldn’t live without technology and managed to find […]
Month One Program. Please click above to see the full description and appropriate links. Thanks!
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Five Arriving to Machu Picchu.
Two Day Inca Trail – Part Four Arriving to Winay Huayna.
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Three Heading up to Winay Wayna.
Two-Day Inca Trail – Part Two – Starting on the Trail.
First, allow me to give all credit to the Mountain Club of Maryland (MCOMD) for providing the opportunity to participate in any and all of the hikes that I do in Maryland. For hiking and membership information, please feel free to browse their website at http://www.mcomd.org/ This hike, lead […]