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August 2011

This is Day Two of our Five Day Backpack in Glacier National Park. Click here to read a report on Day One. I’m lying down, face up, on the rocky shore of a remote alpine lake. Nearby I hear the sound of water falling 1,500 feet into the cold, turquoise, lake . For now the sun is warm, the breeze is welcome, and I believe I have found heaven on earth. My first view of Lake Francis It is the end of our

It's been awhile since I posted a Week in Review. Here are some things that caught my eye this week.  John has a great report on an Almost thru hike of the John Muir Trail John's son on the John Muir Trail Lauralee gave us some good advice on Rain.Cole took us on a tour of Lake Lagunitas Cole caught this Coyote eying this turkey Beth talked about some Dream Hikes Robert took us around Mill Creek Canyon

Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) could suffer under hefty budget cuts. It seems the TPWD will lose 21.5% of their current funding over the next two years. That equates to nearly $150 million dollars and almost 231 full time employees. This could potentially shut down a number of Texas State Parks. Dolan Falls Near Devil's River SNA TPWD is already planning to transfer some parks to local control while others will be open fewer hours during the week. For

In early 2010 I entered and won, a contest hosted by Agion Active. My prize? An all expense paid trip to Glacier National Park through Glacier Guides. All year long I waited patently for what ended up being the trip of a lifetime. So in early August my wife and I took a Guided 5 day backpack through Glacier’s Backcountry. We started at the head of Waterton Lake and traveled 26 miles over Brown’s Pass to the foot of Bowman

I have just recently returned from an extended vacation that took my family and I all the way to Glacier National Park, up into Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada, down to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons and finally through Arches National Park in Utah before finally coming home. This trip marked the end of a long and busy summer that has unfortunately kept me from blogging as often as I would like.You may remember my pleas for you votes last