The other weekend the brehs went out to Auburn and the surrounding area to get closer to nature. Continue Reading →
We arrived in Seward, AK 8 days after leaving San Francisco. In 7 days’ driving we clocked in 3,389 miles, an average of 484 per day. Morgan and I settled into the company housing provided him by Major Marine Tours and rushed over to the best restaurant in town to have a nice meal and a cold beer. We enjoyed our meal with a view of the harbor and the surrounding mountains.
For the next week Morgan spent much of his days working. A kind soul, he left me virtually uninterrupted use of his car so I could adventure around and take photographs. The collection below is how I spent the next 7 days in Alaska. Continue Reading →
Camping in Norther British Columbia was an experience neither Morgan or I will likely forget soon. We slept little, drank much, and soaked our road weary bones in the hot springs until it was time to leave. This, the next leg of our Journey would begin in Liard Hot Springs and end at our destination of Seward, Alaska three days and 1,269 miles later. Continue Reading →
On April 13th I set out on a two-week long road trip with my best friend from college. We left the San Francisco Bay Area and headed to Seward, Alaska. Morgan Wodhams is the captain of a tour boat in the Kenai Peninsula for Major Marine Tours.
We’ve known each other 15 years, lived together 6 of those years, and share a myriad of stories. Virtually none of those stories involved any real travel together. Morgan has spent a number of years traveling the world. He’s covered more territory than most accomplish in a lifetime. A real globe trekker, he’s someone I’ve always wanted to accompany on a journey. When opportunity knocked, I took advantage.
It was time for Morgan to head to Alaska for the tourist season, to begin again his summer in the Great White North.
The large collection of images below are from the first 5 days of our journey. In 4 days of driving and one spent relaxing we covered 2,120 miles, an average of 530 miles a day. Continue Reading →