August in Images

I’m one of those people who when they don’t have the time, or energy, for words, I can sometimes find it still for images. This August has meant working a lot, and sunburns, and sore shoulders, and never-ending boat repairs. Long day trips out into the Islands, big storms, going to bed early. Mornings in … More August in Images

Spring and Staying Still: Post-evacuation Readjustment and Quarantine

I think the first time I ever paddled anything was on this lake. It’s little, and now I do laps around it in a plastic sea kayak, but when I was younger it might have been an ocean to me.  My grandma would load me and my sister into the canoe, make us promise to … More Spring and Staying Still: Post-evacuation Readjustment and Quarantine

Lakes, Mountains, and More: Five Montana Adventures Worth Repeating

This past August, I visited Western Montana with my family. We stayed in Whitefish, Montana, driving into Glacier National Park and stopping at the National Bison Range, as well as playing in Whitefish Lake. From day tours to hikes and paddling, we had a blast in Montana!  Paddle a Mountain Lake Our very first night … More Lakes, Mountains, and More: Five Montana Adventures Worth Repeating