A Family Adventure


Tyson, Emilie & Isaac

Madame Sherri Forest Hike

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August 31, 2019

John and Trudy’s photos from the hike. See the full trip report.

Sea Kayaking in North Carolina

June 25, 2019
John Phillips

My sister Ruth has a house in Bogue, North Carolina, and it had been far too long since we had visited her and her husband Andy. However, our ideas of “fun things to do” are pretty far from theirs. We came up with a visit schedule that worked for all of us. Each day we […]

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Isaac and Grandparents Backpack

April 16, 2019
Trudy Phillips

Sunday night and Monday, it snowed about 2″ and the wind blew horizontally past the house. We were hoping that it would melt by Tuesday morning since the forecast was for a high in the 50s. No luck. We packed up on Tuesday morning, knowing that we were going out into below freezing weather. There […]

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Isaac Rock Climbing with Grandparents

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April 18, 2019

Isaac was enthusiastic about rock climbing as we passed the medium rocks on the second day of the backpack trip. But then he switched his plan to just climbing the little rocks. We did not understand the transformation until he said that he was afraid of the bobcat that had been under some of the […]

Delmarva Paddlers Retreat

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October 5, 2018

Delmarva Paddlers Retreat This was the 30th annual Greenland qajaq symposium at Camp Arrowhead, on Rehoboth Bay, Delaware sponsored by Qajaq USA. Multiple classes were available through the 4 day symposium.  Participants were mostly mid to older adults with some down to late 20s. Skill levels were from beginner to competition rollers and paddlers. Everyone […]

Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail

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July 1, 2018

Hike Ammonoosuc Ravine Trail on Mt Washington to the top of the water falls.

Isaac’s Telemark Trip to Cardigan

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December 27, 2017

Isaac has his own telemark setup including boots, skiis with binds, and skins.

Climb to Anderson Glacier

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August 29, 2017

Leaving a base camp at Camp Siberia, our first goal was to climb to Anderson Glacier