During 2020 we all found ourselves somewhat limited in our ability to pursue our “usual” schedule of activities. Travel was limited and for Katherine and I, a continuation of long-distance hiking projects in Europe had to be put on hold. Although we were able to do a number of interesting hikes in Washington, Oregon as well as several long-distance tours with the old ALF Speedsters in Colorado and down the Pacific Coast Highway, we found ourselves with a considerable amount of the year spent closer to our home on Whidbey Island.
Our solution to this dilemma took several forms. First, we began a series of musical concerts at our home. (See COVID CONCERT for a sample) We hope you enjoy it. In addition to the Covid Concerts, I thought this would-be good time to develop an “artistic” compendium of the most significant Arctic Expeditions I was fortunate enough to be involved with during the 1970s and 1980s. The result was a two-volume, large format set of books outlining these expeditions and displaying, what I thought were the most compelling images. I hope you enjoy them.
To read and view more pictures from these expeditions go to Arctic tab in the menu above, or click on these links below:
Great photos, Steve! Interesting to see stuff like day-to-day activities that were not possible to put in your book.
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Amazing – thank you, Steve,