Extended Offer

Since I love the outdoors and do one to two backwoods trips a year, I thought it would be fitting to offer the following service. If you manufacture gear for the great outdoors and are looking for someone to test a product that you manufacture, I may be able to help. Please contact me using one of my contact forms at Northern Branches. I am well versed in GPS’s, mapping software, solid modeling (currently a design engineer), wood canoe/kayak building, and digital photography. My plans for a spring ’08 trip into the Boundary Waters are underway. The route will be a 35 to 50 mile loop probably in the northeast corner of the park. Again, contact me via Northern Branches with any questions.

NorthernBranches Photos

Since we have received such a positive response to my wifes BWCA give away I have decided to create my first photos available for purchase. You will find the page here I will be adding more this weekend as well as my paypal account.


Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Full Moon Over Tuscarora

Google Maps Upclose : The browser should show a satellite-picture follow the coast of the penninsuala. Along the bottom you'll see two beachlike features with what looks like a dock in the middle. This was taken from the left granite-beach looking south-southwest.
Google Earth kmz File: For this you must have google earth installed right-click the link and save it to a place on your hard drive then double-click on it.
Taken on September 4, 2006 at 8:35 pm.
The Story
It was a night to remember i had just put supper on to cook and noticed the sky changing. I grabbed my camera and headed down to the granite beach to try to capture the moment.
Places Where You May Find This Photo
www.northernbranches.com , www.twolittlevikings.blogspot.com , Behind my couch printed 36" x 10.3/4" and mounted in a black frame.


Beth/Mom2TwoVikings said...

Have I mentioned lately how proud I am of you?

Beth/Mom2TwoVikings said...

Hey, babe - just tagged you for your first meme. Come by my blog to see! XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOX

Pass The Torch said...

Love this one too! I'm always amazed when the moon is out there in all its glory, before the sun's even gone yet.