It’s that time of year, everyone! Get out to the coast because the odds of seeing whales during their peek migration season are really good!
Part of the fun is the utterly blank looks on faces of my clients. “What did he say? Is he still talking to us?”
Unless you’re in Patagonia, the Alaskan interior or Antarctica, someone has probably enjoyed the same view and camped close by. And you’re job isn’t to blaze a new path, it’s to find who blazed the last one and basically follow suit.
Leave no trace. It’s obvious. Mostly. But there are several steps involved. Of course, it’s good to remember the core principal which is simply stated, “LEAVE NO TRACE.” Which means when you are on a trail or sidewalk or at a park that you pick up after yourself. Seems obvious as that kind of thing is what we teach to children starting at very early age. But as evidenced nearly everywhere we travel as humans, there are plenty of our […]
Kids are closer to the ground so that helps on beach clean ups.