A Family Adventure

in the mountains, ocean, and air

Who we are

We are a family run amateur website offering anecdotes from our lives. You can contact us at contact@j3.org.

What personal data we collect and why we collect it

  • IP address
  • If you leave a comment, we also save your name, e-mail address, and the comment you entered. See our full comments policy.
  • If you subscribe to comments, we record your e-mail address

Why do we collect it

We collect your IP address for analytics to keep track of how many people are reading the blog.

We collect your name, e-mail address, and comments so we can display them to other users, and for spam filtering.


We retain your data indefinitely.

If you request us (contact@j3.org) to remove your comments, we will. You can unsubscribe yourself.

I don’t know how to remove an IP address from the analytics history.

Third Parties

If you enter a comment, your name, e-mail address, comment, and IP address are sent to Akismet spam detection service.

If you sign up for our mailing list, we send your e-mail address, name (if provided), and topics of interest to MailChimp. They will then track which e-mails you read. See their privacy policy.

We embed content from the following services:

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content.

You must explicitly agree to data sharing with Vimeo and YouTube before you can see those embeds. There’s a single setting for both, so once you’ve agreed to share data with either Vimeo or YouTube, we will share your data with either.

Open Street Maps is enabled all the time.


By default, we do not store any cookies.

We will store a cookie if you opt into data sharing with embedded content (videos).

And by attempting to log in, you opt in to cookies storing your authentication keys.

See more cookies policy.

Your contact information

If you provide us with your e-mail address, we will use it to provide you information you requested, such as updates on comments, or regular mailings. We also reserve the right to send occasional promotional e-mails. See our comments policy.