Come see us at the Fairbanks, AK REI on June 12!

Bunny and I will be speaking about our Brooks Range Traverse and our fundraiser for Defend the Sacred AK at the REI in Fairbanks, Alaska at 6pm on June 12- come out if you're in the area! It's free, but there are limited spots- click the link below to register. Brooks Range Traverse at REI

From an idea to paper maps and a gps track: how to make a cross country route using caltopo.com

... as well as how to use your new route on the gaia gps phone app Using caltopo.com, I made a route, including a gps track and paper maps, for my upcoming one-thousand mile traverse of the Brooks Range in Alaska. The route is entirely cross country, and follows no established roads or trails. Making … Continue reading From an idea to paper maps and a gps track: how to make a cross country route using caltopo.com

Carrot and Bunny’s Christmas Adventure/queer communities over time and all the different ways to describe the light

I pull to a stop at the fred meyer gas station in Medford, Oregon and smoke starts pluming from under the hood of my van. Thick blue smoke. I roll down the window and the outside heat blasts me- late May and it already feels like full summer in southern Oregon. The attendant stares at … Continue reading Carrot and Bunny’s Christmas Adventure/queer communities over time and all the different ways to describe the light

I’m on the Feminist Killjoys podcast talking about intersectionality and long distance hiking

We also talk about my upcoming Brooks Range traverse, ultralight backpacking as a tool for accessibility, self publishing, and so much more! This podcast is GREAT, and being interviewed by Melody and Raechel was AMAZING. Get the episode wherever you listen to podcasts, or click here for the soundcloud. Intersectional Long Distance Hiking With Carrot … Continue reading I’m on the Feminist Killjoys podcast talking about intersectionality and long distance hiking

Intersectionality and Long Distance Hiking/The wilderness is not an apolitical space

I've heard many, many long distance hikers say that they consider the trail an apolitical space- that they go hiking to escape the news and any discussion of what's happening in the larger world. Everyone deserves to be able to just get away from the larger world for a while, but the issue here is … Continue reading Intersectionality and Long Distance Hiking/The wilderness is not an apolitical space