1 June 2015
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Running for Water

This weekend, Heather and I along with our son Giovanni once again ran for water in Abbotsford, BC. This is the fourth year in a row that we have participated in this amazing running event-Run for Water— that raises money for water projects in Africa. This year’s event raised over $300,000 for a village in Ethiopia. […]


16 March 2015
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Write on! Join me for an environmental writing workshop at Seattle’s Burke Museum

I’m pretty excited to be part of an award-winning trio of authors that will be conducting an all day environmental writing workshop at Seattle’s Burke Museum this April 12th. If you’re an outdoors writer, a student of writing, or want to be an outdoors writer, please consider signing up and joining us for this workshop. […]


New Path–Same Dangerous Traverse

Back in 2006 I swore never to hike up Olympic National Park’s Pyramid Peak again? Why? Certainly not because of the beautiful old-growth forest, historic fire lookout and breathtaking views of Crescent Lake below–those are all good reasons to make the grunt up this peak. The reason was that the section across a huge slide […]

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