Monthly Archives: August 2013
Chris’s story After the lousy breakfast my mood was lightened by the ring of my cell phone. It was Chris. He was in Kentucky. The night before he had ended up in a ditch. He had been way out in the boonies without phone reception. Around midnight he had walked several miles in the dark. […]
What bear ? Never let em’ see you sweat !
May of 2007 The White River of Arkansas White River’s Limestone Bluffs 16 foot canoe on the White River of Arkansas
Buffalo National River January 3, 2008 I posted a few pictures last January of a trip I made with Walter Velez and a Park Service Ranger on the Buffalo National River. It was beautiful but cold. The temperature was nine degrees in my tent the first night. I took way too much gear and the […]
Chris Leavitt’s view from the front of the tiny canoe. John Boykin was the photographer for a magazine I worked on. It was a magazine for employees of a well servicing operation out of Midland, Texas. I grew up and have lived all my life in suburban Philadelphia, so that job was an amazing experience. […]