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Living The Bougie Life at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

Until this trip I had never really ever thought about going to an "all inclusive" resort on a beach. But Kirk sold me on it. We flew into San Jose del Cabo a couple days before we were to leave on a boating trip into the Sea of Cortez and he wooed me with "you… Continue reading Living The Bougie Life at Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos

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The Sea Lions of Isla Lobos

Off the shore of Isla Partida in the Sea of Cortez, we met the crew of The Cortez Club, who were taking us to Isla Lobos, which sits just north of Partida. To visit Isla Lobos you must use a local vendor out of La Paz, as the area is highly regulated now, and you… Continue reading The Sea Lions of Isla Lobos

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The Orca That Lives In Slavery

I am crying. Out of happiness and the hope, eternal hope, that the right thing will be done. One company has the key to making history right, to correct for a horrible genocide on Orca Whales. The Dolphin Company recently bought Miami Aquarium and agreed to the US government to retire her from "performing". For… Continue reading The Orca That Lives In Slavery

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The Top Blog Posts of 2021….In Case You Missed Them

So what were the most viewed blog posts in 2021 on TrailCooking? A mix of subjects, from gear and food reviews, to me rambling, to trip reports. Why Are Freeze-Dried Meals So Expensive? This one got a lot of views, in a year when these meals crossed over $14 each. Gear Review: Birkenstock Jackson Boots… Continue reading The Top Blog Posts of 2021….In Case You Missed Them

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Glacier Bay National Park: Large Marge & Grand Pacific Glaciers

I have just this to say: If you want to see tidewater glaciers in Alaska that calve into the water, you need to go in the coming years. Don't put it off. Spend the money. Find a way. Because they are all threatened, and are developing terminus out of the water, and more will join… Continue reading Glacier Bay National Park: Large Marge & Grand Pacific Glaciers