Tips and lessons learned from my thru-hike of California’s John Muir Trail, June 15th to July 4th, 2015. Permits, resupply, gear, navigation, and photos.
A rundown of the Good Samaritan Foundation of Haiti’s March-April 2015 “Cruise For A Cause” to Ile A Vache, Haiti.
The best way to see the Galápagos Islands is a cruise tour, and a small expedition vessel keeps it intimate.
Mile-by-mile photos and uncensored entries from my trail journal, for the John Muir Trail final segment from Mather Pass to Mount Whitney.
Choosing the Think Tank Photo Hubba Hubba Hiney camera bag and wearing it as a hip pack during a 200-mile backpacking trip through the Sierra backcountry.
Mile-by-mile photos and uncensored entries from my trail journal, for the John Muir Trail segment from Muir Trail Ranch to Mather Pass.
Obtaining fresh water is one of the biggest pains of cruising on a small sailboat. Here we’ll look at how to make potable water out of seawater.
People often ask me how I rest while my sailboat is still sailing and I’m all alone. A wind vane is the answer – and Cape Horn is the model I’ll swear by.
If the wind and swell are out of different directions, chances are you’re not sleeping at all! Use these swell bridle diagrams to align into the swells.