The Big Picture

Day three in, Sequoia National park carried us deeper into the wilderness, to Big Five Lakes, a series of lakes carved into the earth millions of years ago by traveling glaciers. On windless days, the surrounding mountains, caused by collisions … Continued

Nature’s Vertigo

Sure footing’s never a guarantee when exploring the wilderness. Hikers wear thick treaded boots with hard rubber soles that grip the rocks and dirt and gnarled roots underfoot. Nature’s tenacity often overcomes the limitations of our own footwear and a … Continued