We spent the weekend at our cabin on the lower Deschutes with friends and family, and I really missed my camera. The fire in the canyon last fall burned off the dead grass and brush, leaving the hills greener than I have ever seen them. Hopefully the repairs will not take the full five weeks [...]
I’ve had to re-think some of my image management as photos are starting to bury me. I’ve more or less stayed on top of sorting through them after trips and picking out images for the Gill Adventures website, and I’ve been putting some up on my National Geographic Magazine my shots page. But, the way [...]
We arrived home this afternoon, after an uneventful day’s travel. It is nice to be back with my family, they are my home.
We spent our time in DC and Annapolis mostly, with the tourist historical experiences everywhere. Highlights for us were sailing on the Magothy arm of Chesapeake Bay with Cleme’s cousin Mike and his [...]
I’m in Annapolis at the moment. The last two days have been spent touring DC, complete with a trip to the top of the Washington Monument, tours of the capital, library of congress, and supreme court, and smashing my camera on the floor of the subway.
Cleme and I had just rushing from the monuments [...]
As Gill Adventures is a site about travel, as you might expect, I’ve been traveling a little this spring. Over spring break in late March, John and I took the girls back to the Alvord Desert just East of the Steens Mountain. our first night there were no lower campsites open, so we drove up [...]
I didn’t get to much actually on the website this week. I was mostly elsewhere. I put together a joint mailer with Therese Friedman from Flyspur Ranch to our former guests. They have some riding and an equine equishare program, and may offer riding from Rock Springs Ranch. She’s been talking with the new owners [...]