I was out hiking by myself when I happened upon this magnificent bull moose, about seven feet tall, blocking the trail! I backed up respectfully and got behind a tree, as one is supposed to do. Moose can charge at any time, so I waited quietly for quite a while until it plunged into the […]
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So I’m descending 12,000-foot Mount Flora, solo after leaving Og (aka Porter) to continue north on the Continental Divide Trail. “Gail?!” a woman calls out behind me. Who the heck could I possibly know out here? And I’m like, “Uh, ya, and you are?” “Yogi,” she says. “I met your husband up the trail and […]
This section of the Continental Divide Trail, from Copper Mountain to Grays Peak, parted ways with the Colorado Trail to head north. Og (aka Porter) hiked knife-edge ridges with steep drop-offs on both sides. He saw few other hikers but lots of wildlife, from marmots, ptarmigans, and ravens to mountain goats! He melted snow to […]
Porter and Gail Storey hike in the high mountain ranges of Colorado, while Amber reads I Promise Not to Suffer.
Porter Storey continues his CDT hike in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado with only one mishap.
Og (Porter Storey) found deep snow and steep climbs in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.
We’re back on the CDT, but Og lost his way, his poles, and his glasses in a high alpine bog of snowmelt.
Porter Storey mountain bikes segments of the Colorado Trail.
Gail and Porter Storey head to Moab, Utah to bike on their tandem and hike the canyons and mesas.
In between snowstorms here in Boulder, we’ve been stepping up our bicycling trips on “Hot Rod,” our new carbon fiber Calfee tandem. I’ve risen to what Porter calls our “Chocolate Croissant Challenge,” a trip in sometimes sub-freezing weather to a coffee shop in a neighboring town. In no time we were ready for our first […]
Porter “OG” Storey finishes the CDT in Canada, in spite of the fires in Glacier, to resounding cheers from Gail and Amber.