Welcome to Washington State Hiking Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.” -Mark Twain

The Pacific Northwest and in particular the State of Washington is a magnificent natures playground with beautiful mountains, boundless rivers, rambling streams, vast forests, tranquil meadows, and sparkling lakes with enough wilderness to get yourself lost in and in so doing find yourself.

The objective of this blog as part of the ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ series of sites is to inspire, through stories, photographs, and helpful trip reports. Get off the couch, stretch the legs, fill the lungs with fresh air, flood the heart with joy, and release the soul so it may soar. Our lives are so busy rushing here, rushing there, punching a time clock, paying bills, chores, meeting obligations, don’t you think that we all need a little balance in our lives? Don’t we all yearn for a little break? A moment to listen to ourselves, and discover who we are? What better way to accomplish this than in the middle of no where drinking in an grand adventure and boundless natural beauty.

I invite you to join me in this pursuit to find one’s inner self through adventures that shows you marvelous things, perhaps takes you a little out of your comfort zone, and so importantly balance the hectic existence that is life. The idea is to inspire you so that you can do the same or if need be I am happy to share and you can live vicariously through my ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure.’

‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ has multiple websites encompassing adventure opportunities throughout the West. This particular site will show my adventures in Washington. A place I have lived in for a short time in the past. It was fabulous to be in the Northwest again and I kept saying to myself now these are proper mountains.

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

Guemes Channel Trail


Activity: Nature Walk

3 miles, 72’ elevation gain, 90 minute duration, rated Easy

My son, Alec, and I joined our host and friend, Margaret, along with her Woman’s Hiking Group, which were nice enough to let us tag along on a nature walk along the waterfront. This spot is known as Guemes Channel Trail. It is quite scenic showing off the gorgeous waterway and some of the captivating San Juan Islands.

The outing stretches from the ‘La Merced’, which is an old sailing ship that nature is in the process of claiming to the West, and to the East is the Ferry Boat Terminal. We parked and started in about the middle. It is a lovely walk along the shore with charming flowering plants and trees.

Part of the outing is through the Ship Harbor Interpretative Preserve. This is an informative nature walk along a path and boardwalk with placards talking about fauna, wildlife, Native Americans as well as early settlers to the area.

Anacortes is so beautiful. What an enchanting place. This was a pleasant and picturesque introduction for Alec and I to Fidalgo Island and Anacortes.

‘La Merced’, an old sailing ship that seems to getting claimed by Nature.
Thought: the tidings Nature brings is lost to us all except those who stand still enough to listen. 

Thanks for joining Alec and I along with our host Margaret, with special thanks to the Women’s Hiking Group for letting a couple of guys come along on this pretty Nature Hike. There are plenty more adventures around Anacortes and beyond, so stay with us for more: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. The menu will unlock other special places throughout the West where you might find some respite from the busy, sometimes hectic lives we all live. Each location or activity categorized in the menu is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. For top quality hiking hats and shirts adorned with the Pursuing Balance Through Adventure logo please checkout SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

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Cap Sante Park


Activity: Day Hike, Scenic View

3 miles, > 500’ elevation gain, 90 minute duration, rated EASY

Date: 6-11-22

This nature walk, a short hike situated on 37 acres, starts near the Anacortes Yacht Club.   The trail meanders through a wooded area leading to Cap Sante, a rocky headland that has wonderful views of Anacortes, the Marina, Fidalgo Bay, the San Juan Islands as well as the Cascade Mountains.  

Our friend, a local resident, hiker and lover of nature, Margaret, introduced my son Alec and I to the hike.   This outing really gave us a feel for what an enchanting place Anacortes is.  From this view point we could take in the town, the lovely boats docked at the Marina, and the bright sparkling blue waters looking out at the captivating San Juan Islands – simply breath taking.  

Fidalgo Bay and Marina
Looking out at the San Juan Islands
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Let the currents guide your heart.

This scenic little jaunt up to Cap Sante kicked off a week of ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’, exploring not only Fidalgo Island, but the neighboring islands as well.  It is easy to see how our friends Margaret and her husband Earl fell in love with Anacortes.   We appreciate them so much for hosting and sharing this beautiful place with us.  This is just the start of our adventure in the NW Corner of the state so stick with Margaret, Alec, and I by doing a few easy things: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE.  You will find the menu above a great place for inspiration and ideas for your next adventure.  The menu is categorized by location and sometimes by activity, each is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently.  Checkout SHOP APPAREL for all of your adventure wear desires.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

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Carter Mountain


Activity: Day Hike

6 miles, 500’ elevation gain, >3 hour duration, rated Easy

Date: 7-11-22

I explored 4 miles of this hike with family friend Margaret. We trekked through a valley of sage brush dotted rolling hills, some with rugged rock outcroppings and the occasional conifer.  Even though it was July it has been a cooler and wetter season, so the hills were much more green than usual for this time of year. Meadows of desert flowers put forth their tender shoots, glorious blossoms of wild flowers such as Mariposa Lilies, a couple varieties of Daisies, and Lupin colorfully adorned our journey.  The birds sang, butterflies danced from pedal to pedal, the bees were busy buzzing, as a gentle breeze teased the tussles of wild grasses. 

Carter Mountain Wildlife Unit is just south of Tonasket, Washington. It is made up of more than 2,240 acres. The preserve supports wildlife such as golden eagle, black bear, mule deer, cougar, and bobcat.  We discovered what we believe to be bear scat on the path so stay aware. 

Summer has finally arrived.  The sun beating down, the rather hot temperatures along with the lack of any shade was a bit of a challenge for Margaret visiting from Anacortes, where it remains cool pretty much all of the time. So we cut the hike back a bit. When hiking in Summer be sure to wear light colors, a hat, and bring plenty of water. We were prepared In this way, so other than being a little red in the face Margaret soldiered on, and enjoyed her East of the Cascades nature hike through the scrub brush and lilies. 

Bear Scat
Mariposa Lily
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“No matter how chaotic it is, wildflowers will still spring up in the middle of no where.”  – Sheryl Crowe

Thanks for accompanying Margaret and I into the Carter Mountain Wildlife Preserve.  We hope that you will continue on with us ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ which you can easily do by performing some easy tasks: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. Like the Wildflowers that surrounded us on our hike, Nature reminds us no matter how crazy our lives might get, life still finds a way. Wildflowers get trampled, scorched by heat and drought in the Summer, and frost and cold in the Winter, but find a way to Spring back. If you go out and smell the wildflowers, and experience the Adventure of Nature then life will Balance. The menu above is a treasure chest of ideas for your next adventure. The menu is categorized by area and activity, each is a separate website and thus need to be FOLLOWED independently. SHOP APPAREL is the PBTA spot for great adventure wear. Check it out!

Happy Trails

Roger Jenkins 

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure 

Peabody Creek Trail


Activity: Visitor Center, Scenic Stop, Day Hike

2 miles, 200’ elevation gain, 1 hour duration, rated Easy

Date: 6-4-22

Into the Olympic Rainforest we go. What an exciting and alive place. There was so much expectation on the part of my 18 year old son, Alec, and myself of beauty and adventure in this, the rainiest place on earth. We planned on being here a week and to see as much as we could.

We were actually pretty lucky, I feel, as for the rainiest place on earth, there was only one day, which came near the end of our rainforest adventure, that it really rained, and I mean really rained on us. The rest of our time we experienced some sun, some dry cloudy skies and we also experienced mizzle, which NW Washington folks described to us as a mixture of mist and drizzle, okay… Back to the luck part. Many times right after we finished an outdoors adventure and loaded up the Toyota 4Runner TRD Pro and started heading for our next destination in the Olympic National Park it would rain pretty good. Also, during the night the rain would come down after we were tucked away warm and dry in the rig for the night. So other than that one day, where we got soaked, we were indeed pretty lucky.

Located in the most NW corner of the US Lower 48 States
the 922,650 acre Olympic National Park has multiple regions:
Rugged Coastline, Alpine Forest, Rainforest, and the drier East side.

We made a couple stops on our way to gain more knowledge of what we were getting ourselves into by heading for the Olympic National Forest Wilderness Information Center near Port Angeles, Washington. We stopped and checked out a large old growth cedar tree transformed by Northwest Coast Tribes into a big Totem Pole.

When we arrived at the Olympic National Forest Wilderness Information Center they had a display of an old wooden cabin that might be typical of this area. Inside the center we found some interesting displays before we spoke to a Ranger whom helped us consider how best to spend this Father/Son – HS Grad time before before Alec leaves for college.

After getting some great ideas regarding our Olympic National Forest Journey, we decided to get in a quick hike, which conveniently began right at the center. The Peabody Creek Trail really shows right off the bat how spectacular and unusual the rain forest can be.

As we started our trek it was so unreal to see there was so much life that it was practically spilling out all over us. The green so vibrant, the damp ground and vegetation so fresh, so earthy. So much life that it was actually growing on top of each other. During our time in this National Park we saw many examples of new trees growing right out of, or on top of a dead one. Also, some trees were just so bizarre in the shapes and the strange ways that they grow. Then there is the mud… the Peabody Creek Trail was not too bad, you could maneuver around it pretty handily, but later we decided to try out the Peabody Creek Loop as well and that was more remote, more wild, and a lot more muddy. Finally we thought better of it when there was a portion that was not only all mud with a few roots, but steep. Adding the portion that we did of Peabody Creek Loop pretty much doubled our little outing. We would have been scrambling up this mud hill, perhaps on hands and knees, so we head back from which we had come.

A great start to this adventure of crazy trees, vines, plants, and green so much green, oh… and a big slug.

“The early summer light steps birdlike down the east slope of Green Mountain, and stirs low mists long the river into flight.” – Tim McNulty
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Alec and I are so excited to bring to you the start of our journey into Olympic National Park. It is stunningly beautiful and a world so different from the desert on the ocean, which is our home of Southern California. “Seems It never rains in Southern California, seems I’ve often heard that kind of talk before, it never rains in California, but girl don’t they warn ya’ it pours, man it pours”, are famous lyrics from Albert Hammond. The song is about the struggle of someone coming to Hollywood to try and hit the big time, but at the same time if you take it more literally it does describe the weather in SoCal. It hardly every rains, which is evident by the horrible drought we have been experiencing for a couple decades, so when it does rain it comes all at once and neither the dry, hard ground or the infrastructure is ready for it and we get flooding. Conversely, in the rainforest “the rainiest place on earth” it mostly rains lightly, but pretty darn often, and if it isn’t raining it is drizzle, or mist, what a local referred to as ”mizzle”. What all that rain brings is an enchanting, bewitching place full of spectacle and wonder, but be forewarned bring your rain gear. Stick with Alec and I on this Vivid Green Escape from reality into the rainforest and you can do that easy enough by doing these simple steps: LIKE, COMMENT, FOLLOW and SHARE. If you go to the menu above you will see that PBTA travels extensively throughout these great Western States while ’Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ in hopes to bring to you ideas and inspiration of how to take the ho hum, busy, work-a-day life that we all exist in, and balance that out with the beauty, and the magnificence of nature, Nature Heals. Each location or activity on the menu represents a different website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. If you like my hat in the picture than get one for yourself at SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

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Similkameen River Valley Overlook 

Chopaka Mountain Wilderness

Activity: Day Hike, Scenic View, Fly Fishing

3.5 miles, 2 hours duration, rated Moderate

Date:  May 29, 2022

This area is managed by the Bureau of Land Management and is a large 5,500 acre site. After making our way up a 4×4 trail we parked at Chopaka Lake one of the most famous fly fishing lakes in the lower 48. Actor Tom Skerritt, to name one celebrity, has flown in and fished here. 

This hike certainly shows off the beauty of the area. Everything was so fresh and green. Along our route we enjoyed big fir trees, spring wildflowers, as well as nice lake views. The later part of the trek we made our way up some animal trails and even did a bit of bushwhacking to a favorite cliffside perch with stunning views of the valley, river and Palmer Lake.

A Big Foot Documentary was filmed in this area using infrared cameras in search of the elusive creature.  They didn’t not find any proof of Sasquatch, and for that matter either did we.

If you make it up to the Similkameen River Valley Overlook mind you step as the grassy hill is deceptive as to just how steep it is and what lies just beyond that grass, which is nothing because it is a sheer cliff. The view is stunning, taking in the surrounding mountains and hills, the valley, the river and Palmer Lake. When you lookout towards the left, from that vantage point, you are looking at Canada. It is a splendid spot to sit, have a snack and enjoy one another’s company.

On the way back we stopped at the famous fly fishing Chopaka Lake and Dale cast his fly out into the lake in hopes of a trout. We saw a nice one in the shallows, but I guess he was not hungry.

Peggy sets the pace, and Marina strikes a pose.

Local Guides sister Peggy and husband Dale cliffside
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In life, just like on the trail, don’t forget to slow down and take in the view.  

Thanks to our local guides Dale and sister Peggy. Nick, Marina, Alec and I took a moment to take the pack off, both literally and figuratively, as we were ’Pursing Balance Through Adventure’. Stay with us for more adventures, it is easy to do so by fulfilling a couple easy steps: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. PBTA travels extensively throughout the West. If you go to the menu above it may give you some ideas for an adventure of your own. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. If you are in need of adventure wear, such as that displayed in the pictures by some of our wonderful action models, then I invite you to go to SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

Old Logging Road

Near Lake Bonaparte in Tonasket of Okanogan County

Marina, Alec and I had ventured to Lake Bonaparte to climb Mount Bonaparte, the third highest peak in NE Washington. We were disappointed that the trail was closed at the time. So our guide, an intrepid hiker, who just happens to be my Brother-in-Law, Dale, enlightened us that just going out into Nature in these woods would bring us to the very thing that we were seeking, and that would be Balance through a renewed connection with the outdoors. My daughter, Marina, had been hard at work on her doctorate at the University of Wisconsin, and my son, Alec, had been hitting the books all year long at the Army and Navy Academy in Carlsbad California and they both sorely need a break and the forests of Washington had that and oh so much more.

We climbed into Dale’s 4×4 and headed up an old logging road. As the road turned into a trail we got out for a spontaneous hike. It was a journey to become close to nature, the sights of the big firs, wild flowers starting to bloom, a very tiny baby frog, a break in the clouds, the cool fresh air in our lungs, the breeze through the trees made us all feel more relaxed and recharged.

As Marina and her Uncle Dale took a snack break. Alec and I scampered up an embankment, bushwhacking a bit up to a clearing where we could take in our surroundings more clearly. We peered out over the tree tops of the forest at neighboring hills and dales. A suddenly clap of thunder and a few drops of rain reminded us how Washington got so green. Lucky for us it did not start pouring until after our hike.

Even a simple outing such as taking an old logging road into the forest and a short hike among the trees can put the mind at ease, while the muscles engage, and the soul soars high.

CLICK THE PIC to see the video of our forest adventure on the PBTA YouTube Channel
Storm clouds accumulate over Lake Bonaparte.
We later discovered why the forests are so green as liquid sunshine was released from the heavens.
“The forest is an asylum of peace and dancing shadows.” – John F. Carlson

Thanks for joining Dale, Marina, Alec and I on our journey into the forests of Washington ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure.’ We hope that you will join us again and the best way to do that is LIKE. COMMENT, FOLLOW and SHARE. If you go up to the menu above you will see that PBTA ventures to many wonderful places throughout the West that you can use as inspiration as you contemplate your next adventure. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. If you need Adventure Wear, one example would be the ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ Cap that I have on in the picture next to the truck, then please checkout the many items available on SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Spooky Old Abandon Mining Operation

Okanogan County, Washington

Activity: Exploration

I have been in quite a few old abandon mines throughout the West, but this is my first old abandon mining operation. This once sturdy, proud building with it heavy wooden beams is anything but sturdy today. Some 125 years ago it would have been bustling with mill workers separating the precious metal from the heavy ore. Now it is a creaky, dusty, old building, window panes are all gone, part of the roof is bare, the flooring is suspect, it is decrepit, dilapidated, decaying, musty and is a ghost from a bygone era.

It is a story as old as the West it’s self. Native American’s lived on this land for thousands of years. Gold and Silver are discovered and there is a Rush creating Boom Towns almost over night pushing the Native Americans out and Towns sprung up throughout the West. Okanogan County Washington was dotted with mines as hordes of gold seeking prospectors flooded in. The Rush lasted for a dozen years or so and little is left of that Boom and Bust time, but some holes in the mountain and this Spooky Old Abandon Mining Operation from days gone by.

Scary video of the Spooky Old Abandoned Mining Operation on my PBTA YouTube Channel. (Click the Pic)
“We are only a moment.” – Emma Oliver

Thanks for joining me on this journey back in time ’Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ in an Old Abandon Mining Operation. It was interesting and eerie at the same time. I wasn’t supposed to be there. The building is condemned, unsafe and I was the only one in the entire area. Plus it is sorta spooky looking and the folks that worked there are long gone. Who knows they probably still haunt this place seeking their unfulfilled fortunes. They don’t call these old places Ghost Towns for nothing. To continue seeking balanced through wonder and excitement stayed tuned by doing these simple tasks: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. If you go to the menu above you will find that PBTA ventures to many fascinating locales throughout the WEST and seeks out beautiful and interesting places to hike, backpack, explore, bike, kayak, 4 Wheel and so forth and so on. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. You can’t really make it out in the picture, but I am wearing a PBTA hat which you can find along with other top quality Adventure Wear at SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursing Balance Through Adventure

Winter Arrives at Palmer Lake


Activity: Snow Hiking, Snow Shoeing

Date: December 2021

Winter wonderland comes to Northern Washington’s Palmer Lake. The snow flakes were flying, and Jack Frost was nipping at our nose. Palmer Lake washed out in the subdued colors of grey, black and white, made it clear winter is here. All was quiet other that the distance honk of Canadian Geese and the ripples of the lake lapping at the shore. The air was crisp and cold, bringing a rosy color to chapped cheeks. The snow crackled and crunched with each step as we gained altitude and snow depth which each step. There were tracks meandering across the trail some identifiable such as the plentiful deer, others raised an eyebrow knowing that there are predators in this area. Out of the corner of my eye I spied a coyote shadowing us up on a nearby ridge. 

What a great outing with my sister, Peggy, as she introduced me to snow shoeing. So nice to be out together in nature on such a winter’s day. I loved the snow shoeing and as the snow deepened so did my appreciation of the equipment, thinking back to post holing my way up to Big Horn Peak in California last winter in snow up to my knees in my micro spikes. 

The lake and surrounding mountainsides were somewhat shrouded by fog and clouds as the snow came down ever so lightly making such a lovely wintery scene.

Sister Peggy and I snow shoed to an overlook of snowy Palmer Lake
“Off all the paths you take to hike, make sure a least a few of them are snow” – Roger Jenkins
Video of Our Snow Shoeing on PBTA YouTube click pic

Thanks for joining sister Peggy and I while we were ’Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ up a snowy mountainside in snow shoes and enjoying every minute of the Winter Wonderland. I hope that you will join us for more adventures and you can do so by performing a few easy tasks: LIKE, COMMENT, FOLLOW and SHARE. If you take a look at the menu above you will see that PBTA ventures to many idyllic locations. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. If you like the beanie I am wearing in the photo I invite you to SHOP APPAREL where you will find top quality gear with the logo and mantra. Not only will you look and feel the part of an Adventurer seeking the balance from the hectic and mundane you will be helping spread the word that Epic Encounters in Nature are one of the keys to cleansing the soul.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

Palmer Lake Burn Springs Back to Life



Activity: Day Hike

>8 miles, 2,630’ elevation change, 4 hour duration, rated Hard

Date: 4-18-21

I took this hike, ‘Hiking the Firebreak’, back in November and it was easy to see that the firebreak made a big difference to the Palmer Lake area as the wildfire burned over the ridge and right down to the firebreak. The use of the firebreak by the brave firefighters made a difference. Last year the ground was charred and black, but now with Spring’s promise of renewal the area is literately “Springing” back to life. It was great to see not only the domestic animals, a herd of beautiful horses being sustained by the land, but a strong deer population as well.

I invite you to enjoy my ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ YouTube Channel clip “Hiking the Palmer Lake Firebreak”.

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On this particular hike I went past the ridge line to a nearby peak. I had wanted to summit nearby Bullfrog Peak, but came to realization that there wasn’t enough time in the day to accomplish that task. There was a climb down from where I was and then up to the summit of Bullfrog and all of that was going to add mileage and elevation change that there just wasn’t time for. Another day…

Like wildflowers; You must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would .” – Evan Williams

Thanks for joining me ‘Pursing Balance Through Adventure’ to a unnamed peak above Palmer Lake via the Palmer Lake Firebreak. I find solace in the renewal Spring brings each year. The ice on the lake is long gone, winter snow has melted away from all, but the Chopaka Mountain. It is good to see new life rise up from the ashes. Please stay with me for more adventure here at ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ Washington Hiking by leaving a COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. You can find adventurous undertakings throughout the West by going to the Menu above. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. You can find PBTA Adventure Wear at SHOP APPAREL.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

SpringTime at Palmer Lake

Near Tonasket, WA

Palmer Lake is a special place in Okanogan County just outside Loomis, WA. It is wonderful anytime of year, but with the blossoms from the pears, and cherry trees in bloom along with all the apple trees beginning to leaf out it is spectacular. The weather starts to warm up, the deer are down grazing near the lake edge, and the osprey are soaring overhead.

A little walking by the lake, a little hike up the mountain to enjoy views of the surroundings, and of course the heavenly views of Palmer Lake.

The things I do to increase my FOLLOWING! No that is not a rubber snake nor is it dead, checkout the video, (Coming Attraction), and watch the flicking tongue. The creature in my hand has the coloring of a RATTLESNAKE, however it does not have the large angular head, nor the rattle. It is a gopher snake. Just the same KIDS DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME, OR HOME ON THE RANGE EITHER!

Time spent outdoors is not spent it is invested.

Thanks for traveling with me to Palmer Lake, located in about the center of Washington State just shy of the Canadian Boarder. What a great place to find yourself ‘Pursing Balance Through Adventure’. It is a place of mountains, and rolling grass highlands, lakes, and timber, a place to perch on a peak, or stand next to the lake and reflect in the quiet ambience of a sunny day. If you want to be included in more inspirational experiences then here is what you should do: COMMENT, LIKE, FOLLOW and SHARE. If you would like to checkout other places to be PBTA then go to they menu above. Each location is a separate website and thus needs to be FOLLOWED independently. While you at it go to SHOP APPAREL where you will find logoed adventure wear. You will not only adorn yourself with top quality gear, but you will carry forth the manta ‘Pursuing Balance Through Adventure’ immersing yourself in a world of unplugging- a place about getting away, putting down the heavy pack filled with all the worries, fears, noise, confusion, responsibilities, and deadlines of our busy, crazy, world… if only for awhile. Breath in, breath out, breath in nature, breath out stress and anxiety.

Happy Trails-

Roger Jenkins

Pursuing Balance Through Adventure

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