The first half of this 6+ mile loop is varying degrees of upwards through old growth evergreen. The view at the top is more serene than majestic, but the end of Cummings Creek Loop takes you down through delightful mossy meadows and alder stands. It’s a quiet trail, good for thinking, and you’ll sleep well after this one. Open for hikes, bikes and pups.
Reincarnate What self-centered son of an ape Believes that our special powers Opposable thumbs and Ear-splitting, air-thumping, whooshing hunks of steel Earn us another chance More years to flit about in the blue? Good behavior […]
I’M A LONE WOLF. THE PROBLEM IS, I ACTUALLY LOVE PEOPLE. I GUESS I BOUGHT WHAT WAS SOLD TO ME—WEST COAST MAJESTY. I MOVED TO SAN FRANCISCO TWO YEARS AGO. NOW HABIT HAS ME ROAMING THE COAST ALONE AND LONELY.
There is nothing worse than trying to work outside all day with wet feet. This fall, I took a job as a fisheries biologist. The waves rose with winter, but staying dry on the North Pacific Ocean has actually been quite easy. I put my trust in the best gear from the get go. I wear XTRATUF boots, but mine are special.