Signs Of Adventure: Baxter Peak

Even for a day-hiker, reaching this sign is an accomplishment in and of itself, which is occasionally followed by the vertigo of the Knife Edge. For the southbound thru-hiker it is the beginning of the adventure, and it is a significant milepost for a flip-flopper like myself. Most importantly, it is the dramatic and iconic

By | 2017-12-16T19:34:00+00:00 July 3rd, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

Signs Of Adventure: A Blind Hill

While traveling through Iceland last May, we came upon many signs with the Icelandic language on it that we couldn't read, but could easily interpret. This one in the Northwestern Fjords was clearing pointing out a upcoming blindspot. Shortly after snapping the photo, a car drove up over the blind spot that was unable to

By | 2017-12-16T19:34:01+00:00 May 15th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Signs Of Adventure: Jerimoth Hill

As a traveler, we are often compelled to make lists, or complete certain goals. One such list of goals for me is to visit all fifty of the state high points here in the US. Big and small, all the US highpoints have significance. Primarily that significance is that this particular location happens to be

By | 2017-12-16T19:34:03+00:00 February 27th, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

Adirondack Blues

Sometimes I like to dive back a few years into the archives and see what I saw through my camera on a particular adventure. This shot comes from a trip in 2011 to New York's highest point, Mount Marcy in the High Peaks region of Adirondack Preserve. The weather was absolutely perfect for this hike,

By | 2017-12-16T19:34:07+00:00 January 20th, 2014|Photography|0 Comments