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Don’t come to Patagonia without being prepared for the good and the bad. Here are some tips to keep your mind from going nuts in the storms that can (and trust me, they just did)
Of all the beautiful trout I reeled in off my fly rod on Monday, I have to say the last one was the most beautiful. It was dusk on the Rio Chimehuin, one of the
Tuesday, November 10th, 2009 I have too much to say about the nine-day sea kayaking trip I’ve just returned from to limit it to one posting. I have so much to say, in fact, that
Saturday, February 5th, 2011 Caleta Tortel is an astonishingly unique village at the end of the road in Southern Chile. A maze of boardwalks fill the void where in other towns one would find
The lodging options in the Torres del Paine region of southern Chile keep getting better.
The notro we planted a few summers ago in front of our cabin is giving
The spring of 2011 – the Austral Spring – has been one for the records.
Cool temperatures, fresh days outside, longer nights and that gentle quiet that winter brings –