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Blog Post Archives
Category Archives: Adventures
Totally random post. Except because it was horrible at the time but I can’t stop telling the story it must be type two fun. I’ll share the original telling of the tale, through Facebook messenger because I’m not the … Continue reading
It went too well! The problem with having a nearly perfect trip is there is less of a story to tell. The TL,DR (“Too Long, Don’t Read”) version of this goes: The weather was awesome, we were awesome. It … Continue reading
Public accountability. It can be a wonderful thing. Sometimes we hope and wish no one is watching us. Other times, such as blogging, even if no one is watching we hope an imagine people are. So I share my … Continue reading
One step leads to the next. Usually when we reach for a step we know where our foot will land. I feel like I’m walking out into a thick fog – I can’t quite see where I’m going but it feels … Continue reading
Running is not normally part of a paddling trip and mysterious noises are never on the itinerary. The mud and snow we had earlier are a bit par for course, but our next three days gave us two “fun” experiences. Unfortunately, like … Continue reading
Will and I set out for our first paddling trip in four years. It was just the right amount of type two fun. Type 2.1 – mostly fun with just enough weird angry swearing to have a story to tell. … Continue reading