Our adoring fans at MagoGuide know me as editor, photographer, and code developer, but perhaps you didn’t realize that I have a love of travel writing as well? I always keep a journal while on our adventures and thought that it might be fun to share some of those stories with you. We’ll begin with a memorable hike up Monte Pellegrino on a visit to Palermo.
Some of the prettiest walks near Bantry Ireland are on the Sheep’s Head Peninsula. This post describes two such walks, one to the copper mines and the other to the nearby Sheep’s Head Lighthouse.
Although we had come to Bantry in order to take advantage of the more dramatic Sheep’s Head hikes along the coast, there were some beautiful walks to be started right from the center of downtown Bantry.
One of our first hikes every year when we get to the North Fork in Montana is to Hornet Lookout. It’s the easiest of all the North Fork hikes and the views are wonderful.
Newport, Pembrokeshire is certainly a pretty town and well worth a visit in its own right. But what we enjoyed most during our visit was using Newport as the starting point for another great hike along the Welsh Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
There is nothing better than getting up early and taking a walk in Portland before the crowds and cars are out. Here are some flowers that I found this morning.
Our good friend Debo Powers spent over a week as a volunteer lookout at the Baptiste Lookout in the Flathead National Forest. Here are her wonderful 2015 journal entries.
Floating down the North Fork River is a summer tradition and we’ve always wondered what it would look like from below. Taking our GoPro camera along on this trip gave us an opportunity to see this familiar float from a new perspective. Come join us as we float on top of and below the North Fork River.
We’ve returned to Portland for the spring and are loving it. In addition to visiting some old haunts, we’ve discovered some new restaurants, visited a famous food truck, explored the Wildwood Trial in Forest Park, and returned to the PSU market to see an expanded offering.
We have been tromping around the North Fork for years in both summer and winter and had often seen tracks/scats, wondering if the animal was canine or cat. This post tells of our adventure with a Glacier Institute class to fix this problem.