This was the third yoga retreat I’ve led at St. Gertrude’s Monastery in Cottonwood Idaho . There were 14 of us yogis there, ready to be on retreat. Remember in my last post the stillness I was surprised to find
Besides being a photographer, I am a yoga teacher. In fact I was a yoga teacher before I got serious about my photography. I was fortunate to do my yoga teacher training with Joseph and Lillian LePage in Garopaba Brazil. I spent a glorious month of immersion into yoga there. But that will come in...
Sometimes when life gets hectic and complicated (sometimes?!?), my favorite release is to get away to a landscape where it’s just simple. And nothing speaks simple like sand dunes. Southeastern Idaho is a surprising place to
185 Miles. Out of 362. That’s how far we got on our tandem, self-supported Cycle the Pacific Coast trip. But we meant to go all the way! We made it from Fort Stevens at the north end of Oregon all the way to
It’s a 73 mile paved trail for cyclists, walkers and hikers of all ages. I say that because of its mild grade with only one hill to speak of. A natural for getting into cycling shape! In particular, it was perfect for us to try out
It had never occurred to me to go to Yellowstone in the winter, let alone to photograph it. Isn’t it famous for subzero temps in February? Now I am a mountain girl who knows how to handle being outside in the cold, but usually
I was supposed to return home after the Teton adventure. But AUGH! Yellowstone was a mere 31 miles north! I called my boss and he allowed me to beg out of the one work event I was expected back for (love that man). The Family concurred I