Interview with a Raft Guide: Emerald LaFurtune Q: Where are you from and how were you introduced to rivers? A: I was born and raised in Moscow, Idaho. Before I was born, both of my parents worked for Echo River Trips (now Northwest Rafting). Once they had kids they didn’t continue guiding but every family
The Ranch at Rock Creek has some great views and they are hiring for 2018. It may be winter but now is the time to start looking towards next summer. Some of the best jobs out there fill up quickly and hiring managers are starting to accept applications. You can also use the winter months
10 years ago when I was living in pickup trucks and odd vehicles while working seasonal jobs, I couldn’t have dreamed up the van life movement. Who knew being homeless would catch on one day? I developed dream of buying a van after spending too many nights in the bed of a cold pickup truck.
My dog is an instigator. In the 8 years we’ve been roaming around, she’s had encounters with moose, bears, elk, more deer than I can remember, plenty of smaller critters and a very memorable porcupine. I’ve always wondered how she has never ran across a skunk. I had a girlfriend run into a skunk next
I hate making a big ordeal of cooking at the campsite. The more complicated your meal plan, the more junk you need to load in the car. It also means more cleaning and more hassle. Cooking at camp doesn’t have to be this way though. Here are a few tips to make your meals great