Mountain Biking Hood River

This time of year getting outside in the Pacific Northwest has its advantages. Cooler temperatures make being active more enjoyable as well as thinning out the crowds of your favorite trails. Recently photographers Alec Carrier and Mike Branscum headed out to Hood River with some buddies to capture exactly what this shoulder season psyche can look […]

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Exploring around Glacier National Park

Theres nothing better than waking up in a tent, covered in morning dew, smelling like campfire from the night before. Mornings like these remind me of when I was a child, and when my grand parents used to take my little brother and I camping when we would visit for the summer.

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Sunset at Lake McDonald in Glacier

After 11.5 hours of driving we pulled into a gas station on the west side of Glacier National Park. It had been a while since we stopped so we were both eager to get out of the car. We pulled into a gas station to refuel the car and ourselves in preparation for the drive […]

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The Blue Water of Banff National Park

Up until now, I had only visited Canada one other time. It was last year, around this same time, when I had made an extended trip to the east coast to visit a bunch of friends. During one of the weekends I was there, we made a trip to Toronto. As wonderful as that adventure […]

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Sunrise at Rowena Crest

Waking up for sunrise has always been one my favorite things to do. Today was no different. We had an almost 700 mile drive ahead of us and it was 4 AM. Coffee was brewing, our car was packed to the brim. Our plan was to stop at Maryhill Stonehenge for sunrise on the way […]

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