To fly to Iquitos, Peru is a bit like stepping back in time. You can only reach this small town by plane or boat and you are surrounded by the Amazon, the lush forest and rich biological diversity. Cars are rare so most people use motorcycles. We were met by the staff of the Aqua, our yacht on the Amazon and off we went for our adventure. We spent two … [Read more...] about Amazon 2013
The mountains call to me. My heart soars when I trek in the high country connected to earth and sky. Having the opportunity to interpret and guide tours in Jackson, Wyoming fulfills my life and The Hole Hiking Experience became a reality 25 years ago. During our slower times of the year, I leave this beautiful valley to follow my inner call to the … [Read more...] about Trek to Macchu Picchu- a sacred journey
Change is in the air. It's mating season for most of the larger animals to ensure the young are born in the spring. The bull elk bugle to attract females and establish territories. Berries hang heavy on the bushes and feed the bears, moose and many birds. Squirrels are seen cashing nuts and feasting on mushrooms. Aspens quake with yellow leaves and snow … [Read more...] about Fall settles in Jackson Hole, Wyoming
June has been an amazing month. The blossoms hang heavy on the plants so meadows are bright with color and diversity. Arrowleaf Balsamroot shines on the hillsides giving everything a hue of bright yellow. With the solstice, days are long and many people are in Jackson Hole enjoying the parks, being outdoors, and experiencing nature's beauty. Earlier this … [Read more...] about Nature’s glory and chance to be with wolves
Why Bhutan? I do receive the question, why Bhutan? Well, it is a country that limits tourism, builds within parameters of sustainable development and preserves cultural values. The government protects the environment and the spiritual values of the predominant Buddhist population. The days flow with a state of harmony and presence. Bhutan has synergy- … [Read more...] about Why Bhutan?