At their 79th Annual Awards Banquet on May 5, the Outdoor Writers of Ohio presented two awards to the book, Walking in Circles: Backpacking the Tahoe Rim Trail. The book was named, “Outstanding Media Achievement” and a selection of photos from the piece received 1st Place as “Best Series of Photographs.”
A glimpse of the photos came be seen here. The book itself is available on Amazon in either a paperback or digital format.
If you bought my recently released paperback, Walking in Circles, here are color versions of some of the photos from the Tahoe Rim Trail (and the book).
Aloha Lake in the Desolation Wilderness
Looking back from Dick’s Pass
Near Twin Peaks
Camping near Freel Meadow
Near South Lake Tahoe
Looking over Marlette Lake toward Tahoe
Starting in Northern Minnesota and spreading into Canada are over two million acres of preserved wilderness just waiting for you. The Boundary Waters may just be the finest place in the world to canoe, camp, fish, immerse yourself in nature, unplug and recharge. And the best part is that a Boundary Waters trip is one that nearly anyone can experience.
Join me this Saturday, February 10 at 2:30 pm at the Adventure Summit as I deliver the information needed to approach a trip to this special place with confidence. Whether you’re considering taking your first trip there or just need a reminder of why you should return, Boundary Waters 101 should be an educational, yet entertaining presentation.
The Adventure Summit is region’s premier outdoor adventure expo. Held at Wright State University on February 9-10, there will be displays, competitions and speakers providing a weekend of outdoor skill culture and experience. For more information on all the excitement, check out their website.
If you can’t make the presentation and still want to learn about the Boundary Waters, check out my newest book, Boundary Waters 101.