Yearly Archives: 2012

I started out a winter guiding season on the amazing travertine drops of the Lacanja river in southern Mexico. Thank you Rocky Contos ( SierraRios) for giving me the amazing opportunity of working a few more trips for yet another year.  This waterfall jungle run on rio Lacanja was the perfect opportunity for contribution of my light-weight, low-bulk nocoolers […]

“Wild Crazy Mexican Jungle!”

This was a lunch recipe I learned this summer from one of the outfitters I worked for. Customers really liked it. I like a little extra spice, so it is also good with rajas chilies and some of the juice tossed in. Parmesan cheese sprinkled on top works too!

Outfitter Pasta Salad

After nine months of boating in the western United States, Mexico, and Guatemala my funds have dried up, so it’s time to go back to work. I am heading out to Colorado to guide for Adventure Bound. This means I will be living in my “second home” once again.  As I […]

My Second Home

Well, we weren’t able to run the Rio Copon. We were denied access to the river by the local villagers (to say the least). On the plus(?) side, we did make the Guatemalan network news and had several newspaper articles written about our attempt to run the river. Most of […]

Held Hostage

Mud Cookies – makes about 18 tablespoon sized cookies 1 tablespoon NIDO (important to use dry whole milk powder, NIDO is best) ¼ cup water for milk 1 cup sugar 4 tablespoons shortening 6 tablespoons peanut butter (3 oz.) 1 ½ cups quick-cooking oats 4 tablespoons cocoa ½ teaspoon vanilla […]

Mud Cookies