Video: Adventures in Alaska

When I began this blog back in 2009, I chose the name Endless Seeker because I've always considered myself a seeker of truth, knowledge, skills, challenges, opportunities, and inspiration. I've written about all those things, but today I want to share a video with you. I had a remarkable opportunity recently to travel to Alaska … Continue reading Video: Adventures in Alaska

It’s all about attitude

Day 184 of #LiveWell2017 I spent the past week on a grand adventure, visiting Alaska for the first time. One of the highlights of the trip was a flight into Denali National Park where we also took a guided hike near the Ruth Glacier. Our pilot (Chip from K2 Aviation) did a fabulous job of … Continue reading It’s all about attitude

Grateful for life’s adventures

Day 177 of #LiveWell2017 Today I am grateful for the opportunities I have to travel, to experience new places and learn about people, cultures, wildlife, and ecosystems that are different from what I'm used to seeing and knowing. “Travel far enough, you meet yourself.”  ― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas I'm off on an adventure for the next … Continue reading Grateful for life’s adventures

Thank goodness for roads

Day 166 of #LiveWell2017 Apologies for not posting for the past few days, but we were on the road, for which I am very grateful. For most people who know me, roads will seem like an odd thing for me to be thankful for. I have often felt that roads lead to environmental destruction. Roads … Continue reading Thank goodness for roads

Grateful for bicycles and bike-it lists!

Day 70 of #LiveWell2017 One of my greatest pleasures in life is riding my bicycle. I am so grateful to be physically able to ride and to live in a place where riding is safe and easy. Portland is a bicycle haven with over 350 miles of bikeways city-wide. Bicycling is relaxing and fun and … Continue reading Grateful for bicycles and bike-it lists!

Into the Darkness of the Ape Caves

  The entrance to the Ape Caves on the south side of Mt. St. Helens is surrounded by bright green  moss and ferns and feels welcoming enough. But, within a few feet of the entrance, just beyond the stairs that lead into the lava tubes, the darkness consumes you. Without a light, you cannot see … Continue reading Into the Darkness of the Ape Caves

Traveling Oregon: Mt. Hood

This is the second in a series of posts and videos about our summer 2012 visit to Oregon. We traveled from Portland through Sandy, Oregon via a scenic byway where we saw our first mule deer of the trip as well as plenty of twists and turns and farms along the way. As we approached … Continue reading Traveling Oregon: Mt. Hood