Photos: A Long Winter Walk with Friends

Pre-dawn wake up call.
Strong coffee.
Good music.
Quick drive.
Electric seat warmers.

Eagle Creek Trail to just shy of Tunnel Falls:
11 mile round trip
2 boys
1 girl
Countless quiet vistas

Post-Hike Celebration
local craft beers
1 large pizza
3 fat smiles
2 long naps

Gear of Note
Columbia Reach the Peak Down Jacket (perfect. impressed.)
Old ass running shoes (worked surprisingly well)
Canon S100 (super happy with this new addition to the ultralightweight adventure camera brigade)
Double layer of 3-year-old Icebreaker wool (This is the good stuff, people! Pretty sure it will last forever.)



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13 Responses to “Photos: A Long Winter Walk with Friends”

  1. Guy says:

    Wow, such awesomeness, beautiful photos, love the beer, so on track, time to get off my ass! Thanks

  2. Jayne Duvall says:

    Utterly fantastic photos. I like #5

  3. Chris says:

    See, this is the reason my Google Reader is still my favorite form of “social media” going. Awesome.

  4. Paul Kordus says:

    Very Pretty ,,,, I wish I was there !!!!

  5. Wes says:

    Some great shots in there, Heidi! Looks like a great day. I just picked up an Icebreaker jacket a couple of weeks ago. Loving it so far… glad to hear it holds up well!

  6. rob Kristoff says:

    Just wonderful, powerful, photos. Great job.

  7. Matt says:

    Beautiful photos!

  8. Matt, great Pic. im putting them in my photo alub.see ya soon, ly

  9. mariselaTRi says:


  10. dad says:

    beautiful places! maybe it was a tad early to be walking on ice beside a shear drop? scary beautiful. you rock kid!

  11. Mike says:

    Whoa. Seriously. Whoa. These pics looked so surreal that I was waiting for pics of Ewoks posing next to some rebels.

  12. Jeff says:

    wow, love the photos. seeing lush green and snow together is not something we get to see very often here in Colorado.

  13. Ben Delaney says:

    Stating the obvious here, but… you do great work, Heidi. Thanks for sharing.