The Journalist

PCT Day 150 and 151 – 5 Months and a Final Ten Lessons Learned

Zero at Snoqualmie Pass (mile 2393), no hiking Holy banana pants, five months! It’s been a wild and wonderful experience and there is still a bit to come as we make our way towards the Canadian border. But I’ve yet again learned so much during the last month and I’m excited to share these ten […]

On August 22nd, we featured the power of ‘black and white’…

On August 22nd, we featured the power of ‘black and white’ photos in capturing the majesty of the landscape along the PCT:  http://pcttrailsidereader.com/post/177276536419/ansel-adams-and-the-power-of-black-and-white Infrared film offers another and very different perspective.  For me these monochromatic results are substantially less effective. In infrared photography the film used is sensitive to infrared light. Infrared light has longer wavelengths […]

PCT Day 48: And karma whispered….leave it behind, all that weighs you down

Thursday, 23 August 2018 Timberline Lodge (555.7) – Timothy Lake (574.8): 19.1 miles / 488.6 total miles walked I felt oddly detached this morning, but also more at peace than I have in a long time. Because I realized something last night. I don’t need to chase people anymore. If someone wants to be a […]