Like you, the Adventure Geezer has been stuck at home while Covid-19 rages through the USA — with one very welcome exception.
We are in Chicago to begin a 12 day drive in a caravan of seven vehicles along Rt 66 with Two Lane America, my host for this trip, to the Santa Monica Pier, just two miles from our home.
My recent trip through the Inside Passage of SE Alaska, my third in the area, broke all of my personal records for whales, brown bears, and photos.
What’s better than one geezer exploring the treasures of British Columbia’s spectacular coast line? Two geezers.
In Chinese astrology this is the year of the monkey. In Adventure Geezer astrology, this must be the year of the bear.
The humpback whale leapt into the air just a few feet away, close enough to see drops of water roll off its skin. Continue reading
Tutka Bay Lodge — across Kachemak Bay from Homer, Alaska at the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula — is the kind of place that even if it rained the entire three days we were there, it wouldn’t have mattered. Continue reading
Alaska is the anti-Namibia – wet, green and mountainous. But like Namibia, there are lots of animals – moose, caribou, seals, sea otters, eagles, black bear, and of course grizzlies, the “lion” of Alaska. Continue reading
Me on a horse? Like John Wayne in Rio Bravo? Hardly. More like Gene Wilder in Blazing Saddles. Except heavier with straighter hair. And less talent. Continue reading
This visit to Big Bend has been the best of my three visits since I first came here almost 40 years ago. Continue reading