Some of my work has been featured on CNN, Outside TV and, National Geographic.
As I was crawling through the rain slick log jam, I thought, “This can’t be the rain I’m feeling, it can’t be raining that hard, the surf must be dumping on the logs”! Well, it was both. And that was in direct competition with all the noise. This time the battle was between the wind in the tree tops and the dumping surf. Was I on Toleak Beach or an alien world.?
Certain trips and places have a way of standing out in our memory against all the other clutter of our experiences. Such was our trip visiting the offshore lighthouses of Oregon and Washington. Jason had a bit of a bug during much of that trip, but it certainly didn’t hamper our fun that week.
After two summers of surveying remote beaches for debris, both in Washington and Alaska, I’d have to say that one of the worst in terms of the amount of debris was a small pocket beach just south of Portage Head. We first came across this beach during our Roadless Coast expedition. It was just packed with debris.
Just want to thank everyone for all the messages and encouragement this last year. And we really appreciate your donations as well! Our overhead is low, but we do appreciate your generosity in helping with the expenses.
Check your email as we will be sending our 2020 Calendar over the next few weeks. Feel free to share and publish at your favorite publishers.