July is wildflower month and it is the time of the year when activity options are endless. Mountain passes are snow free and you can wander where your heart desires. Living in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem means choices are endless but backcountry travel does require proper planning for a safe, successful excursion. Wild country surrounds Jackson Hole … [Read more...] about Nature News: July
August has been a cool month with haze from western fires. The high temperature on August 5 was only 61 degrees. Temperatures have been perfect with a few rainy days. Some storms arrived with strong winds and rain. As the month draws to a close locals report the “feel” of fall in the air as days shorten and temperatures cool. Flowers continue but month … [Read more...] about Nature News: August
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
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?