These two birds just insisted on building a nest in a cardboard planter box I had at my camp. After they built their nest, the female laid 5 eggs...I filmed from that point on to the hatching and the day a Copperhead snake creeped under my hammock and started heading straight for the nest (watch … Continue reading A mating pair of Carolina Wrens insisted on building a nest right at my camp…
I recently took an adventure bicycle tour partially along the Southern Tier where I jumped up north from the Tier in New Mexico. This trip began in San Diego California and ended in the mid-United States Ozarks area. I began my journey early November 2016 and arrived mid December 2016. The weather conditions began warm … Continue reading A tour story…experience with bicycle panniers-DiY cargo saddle bags and a skeeery trailer
One of the greatest wishes of any outdoorsman is to walk thousands of miles and witness breathtaking vistas on the Pacific Crest Trail, Appalachian Trail, the Great Continental Divide trail, and other long-distance trails. For many, such an undertaking is the Holy Grail of hikes, the ultimate challenge, the grandest dream, or the best way for self-discovery and healing. Unfortunately, for those who are living on the other side of the world from these beautiful trails, such an endeavor may remain to be a dream.
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