What Does it Mean to be Human?

Earth’s resources are finite, as is our sun, and so we must evolve to survive these eventualities. But are we willing to do what is necessary? In this TED video, How Humans Could Evolve to Survive in Space, Lisa Nip explains the necessity of harnessing the DNA of extremophiles, or […]

Adventure and The Pacific Crest Trail is Released! 1

Adventure and The Pacific Crest Trail is now available for purchase in print and as an ebook for your iPad and Kindle devices. Hardcover print edition $250 A large format, 358 page coffee table book. Kindle ebook $5 iPad/iPhone ebook $10 (now available direct from blurb, and soon straight from iTunes) Discover the […]

Bama and Back Again -Part 6- The Border

Going south of Marathon brought us to a world we had never yet seen. After passing through some border patrol checkpoints we entered Big Bend National Park, named for the ‘big bend’ the Rio Grande River makes to form the southern border of Texas. The Chisos Mountains and other awesome […]

Bama and Back Again -Part 5- The South

Little did we know that we were driving into a massive thunder booming, tornado flailing, gulf storm. As we drove down toward New Orleans we were hit with blindingly powerful rain. We’re from the Pacific Northwest, so we are accustomed to consistent, heavy rain, but this was dangerously different. Rain […]

Bama and Back Again -Part 4- Midwest

Leaving Albuquerque, we continued on down Highway 40 towards Tucumcari. Route 66 spectacles still within our sights, we hopped off the main highway and got another good look abandoned rest stops and towns along the old Main Street of America. Tucumcari had a bright and shiny chrome monument dedicated to […]