Monthly Archives: January 2021

My Top 30 Adventures of 2020

It was the best of years, it was the worst of years. Like everybody, my 2020 did not go as planned. But if there’s anything I’ve learned in 15 years of traveling, it’s that plans are nothing; planning is everything. … Continue reading

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Aerial Geology Teacher Giveaway!

A long-time reader recently bought three copies of my book Aerial Geology: A High Altitude Tour of North America‚Äôs Spectacular Volcanoes, Canyons, Glaciers, Lakes, Craters and Peaks with instructions to donate them to three teachers/ educators/ classrooms/ libraries. “I hope your … Continue reading

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Living in Geologic Time: Backpacking through the past, present, and future of fire on the John Muir Trail

I’ve been writing a lot for Eos magazine and last year, I started a new feature column called Living in Geologic Time, “a series of personal accounts that highlight the past, present, and future of famous landmarks on geologic timescales.” … Continue reading

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