Expeditions and Challenges

Up and close insights in extreme environments and situations.

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Night Flight

Night Flight

2018-05-09

Flying at night in a small plane at low altitudes is not unlike night scuba dives: floating in three dimensions in a moving and invisible fluid, with no reference. In the air, you can travel hundreds of miles across mountains, oceans, and plains. When there are clouds below you, cities project an orange splendor through […]

My Iditarod Tribe

My Iditarod Tribe

2018-04-16

About 20 days into the Iditarod Trail, I was 70 miles up the Yukon River and looking forward to exiting its 120-mile remote stretch. The winds down the river can be strong; combined with low temperatures, wind chill can overwhelm the best intentions and equipment. Sure enough, on the second day the wind rose as […]

Outside the Circle of Light

Outside the Circle of Light

2017-11-09

I gathered with my fellow running Boulder Banditos for an evening jog through Teller Farms, on the East side of Boulder. The sky was overcast and slow snowfall graced the air. Open landscape showed sparse snowed trees and fields of white. Lights in the distance gave the scene a poignant reminder of families safe and […]

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Neptune Mountaineering

July 21, 2016

Neptune Mountaineering