Bing Crosby might have dreamed of a White Christmas, but tourists and locals are almost guaranteed a White Christmas in Jackson Hole. Continue reading “Christmas Eve in Jackson Hole, WY”
Now that I’ve finally finished adding photos from the Arizona Trail to my website, I can now focus on other tasks. One such task is this blog post, a list of gear that I found invaluable and/or highly useful on the trail. Note that some links may be affiliate links, but I was not approached by any company to write anything below. They are my honest opinions about the gear that got me through the trail. Continue reading "Essential Gear for the Arizona Trail"
There is no question that my favorite spots for nature photography are in our abundant public lands. I thought it would be worthwhile to take time and think for a few minutes about what our public lands are and why they are so important. Everyone knows that many parks are public lands - city parks, county parks, state parks, and, of course, national parks. America was the first country to create a national park - Yellowstone in 1872. The first national park was created to preserve the amazing beauty of the geo-thermal features, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River, the other rivers and lakes, and the abundant and diverse wildlife. Yellowstone became a model for the world. Yellowstone 2016-3-8601-Edit Continue reading "Our Public Lands"