Photos from a 19-mile hike along the Kalalau Trail which runs along the north coast of Kauai. A fantastic hike with Ben, Peter, and Joe at a company meetup.
A couple days back some co-workers and I took the gondola up the mountain for a short hike. The gondola itself is a pretty great ride. Takes about 10 minutes and you get some fantastic views on the way down. From there we did a short trail up to what the resort calls Alpine Lake. … Continue reading Short Park City Hike
Last weekend Leah and I were in Sunriver, OR. On Saturday we spent the afternoon hiking up the Green Lakes trail which winds you up the east side of the Cascades between South Sister and Broken Top. The weather was perfect with cool weather and blue skies.
Back in April I traveled to Budapest. It was my second time in the city, the first was for Automattic’s 2011 all-company meetup. This time the trip was for a team meetup as well as the Write the Docs conference. It was also my first trip with the Fuji X100S. I bought this back in … Continue reading Budapest Meetup
One of my favorite aspects of Portland is that, within 90 minutes, I can surround myself with forests, mountains, and wide open sky. Sometimes you just need to get outside. A few weeks ago Leah and I drove East toward Mt. Hood. After a few miles on forest roads we set out toward Burnt Lake. … Continue reading Hiking to Burnt Lake
At the very end of our 3 weeks in England Leah and I took the train up to Kirkby Stephen to stay with a college professor of ours. It was a wonderful change of pace from Southern England and London. Kirkby Stephen is just east of the Lake District and is gorgeous. We stayed in … Continue reading 24 hours in Kirkby Stephen
After Bath and London, Leah and I went to spend a week in Cambridge with our friend Sarah. While there we wandered around the city and the colleges and took a day trip out to Newmarket and The National Stud horse facility. With the exception of the day in Newmarket the weather was wonderful. Sarah’s … Continue reading Cambridge and Newmarket