A Weekend in the Uintah Basin

Work will take you some interesting places. We had need to get one of our NRS rafts repaired, and I’m talking some major work done. We had to take the Discover More…

Making Time For Adventure – Uinta Backpacking

Life gets busy and sadly our leisure/recreation time usually takes the ax first, but should it? I don’t think so and let me tell you why. Dr. David Strayer (he’s a Discover More…

Change of Plans: Halls Creek Narrows

We’ve been planning on Salt Creek for months and on the day we were going to leave I got a phone call from a Ranger that changed our plans up Discover More…

The Magic of the Orcas at San Juan Island

A Striking Site in the Sea We pushed our kayaks out from the shore of Smallpox Bay and started paddling. The tide was low and that made the bay shallow; Discover More…

A Collection of Keith Howells’ Haikus

One day Chris Jones taught me about haikus and I have liked the short Japanese poems ever since. A haiku is, “A traditional Japanese haiku is a three-line poem with Discover More…