Archives / 2011 / October

Baker Mountain Trudge

Camping & Backpacking / ZZBLOG POSTS

“Does this condition afflict anyone else?’ I thought as I trudged up to the trailhead for baker.  I was not feeling well, but as usual my ingrained voice was telling me to get outside ‘just for a little while’... Read More »

Some History on South Uncanoonuc Mountain

Camping & Backpacking / ZZBLOG POSTS

I had a few free hours on Saturday, which is very rare these days with a newborn, work and school. I decided to take full advantage of the time and head into the woods. I needed a location not... Read More »

Spooky Island, Maine

Spooky Island, Maine

Paddling / ZZBLOG POSTS

Halloween is coming on strong which means it’s time for me to break out some special photos I snapped for the occasion during my summer vacation. But be warned, the photos contained in this blog post are very spooky... Read More »

Leave No Trace Principle #7: Share our Trails and Be Considerate of Other Visitors

Leave No Trace Principle #7: Share our Trails and Be Considerate of Other Visitors

Camping & Backpacking / ZZBLOG POSTS

As Fall slips away, I hope you’ve had a chance to get out over the last few weekends. Great weather and the Fall colors made it perfect to get outdoors. Of course if you were out, you also noticed... Read More »

Leave No Trace Principle #6: Keep Wildlife Wild

Leave No Trace Principle #6: Keep Wildlife Wild

Camping & Backpacking / ZZBLOG POSTS

One of the most exciting experiences in the outdoors is observing wildlife in their natural habitat. Whether you drive, camp, or hike, you probably have had the experience with deer, squirrels, chipmunks, or on the rare occasion, a moose... Read More »