Feb 17 | Travelogue: “Traveling and Trekking with a Toddler”
Educator, photographer, and technologist AJ Barse will share stories, philosophy, and photography from his experiences traveling the Pacific Northwest, Japan, and Europe. Though the pandemic stopped international travel, it increased his local explorations. He will share his insights as a father teaching his now 5 year old the value of travel and exploration through “adventure school” in the Pacific Northwest. Co-presented by Bellingham Parks & Recreation.
DGR 2018: Rejoining the Gentry in Vancouver BC.
I have had several friends who have had their battles with cancer. Colleagues who have felt the loss of a loved one from suicide, because of hidden mental health issues. Their stories lead me last year to join “the gentry,” of the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, a dapper group of motorcycle riding men and women to […]
Traversing the Ridge of Winchester
No summer in the PNW is complete without a good day of hiking. To many hikers, myself included, one of my favorite spots is Winchester Mountain and its lookout station at its top in the Mount Baker Wilderness. To start, take Mount Baker Highway (SR542) until you start up to Mount Baker. About 12 miles […]
A Watch on Daddy-Duty
As with any watch-geek, once your friends know you are ‘into watches,’ you become the defacto go-to person for watch advise. More recently in talking to friends, I’ve found that new dads find themselves coming into watches as they hope to have an heirloom to pass down. A staple choice is a simple dive watch; […]