Having wrapped up in Wrangell St. Elias National Park our time left in Alaska was beginning to grow short. We had time for one more destination before heading south to make it back to Vancouver for our good friends Camilla and Mike’s wedding. It was decided that our last stop would be Homer, a fishing […]Read more "Homer, Alaska: A quaint drinking village with a Subaru problem"
Coming into McCarthy, all we could think about were the epic mountains and glaciers in front of us, so we didn’t give much thought to where we were going to spend our 4th of July. After coming back from our trek (on the 3rd of July) we were surprised at the hoards of people that […]Read more "The 4th of July on the Wild Frontier"
It’s been a long hiatus since the last post. The blog is still back in Alaska, but I’m writing this entry on the beach in the shade of a palapa many thousand kilometers south of there. The difference in settings is striking. We’re currently staying at Stoners Surf Camp in San Blas, Mexico on the […]Read more "Wrangling the Wrangells: Part 3"