It's not always Work, Work, Work!

Posted by Sonja Gustafson on Sep 17, 2016 7:15:00 PM

We don’t often post our own personal photos, but there are some moments worth sharing and celebrating. 

Here’s a photo of Steve and his 21-year old son Lucas on the Pacific Crest Trail.  Last week Steve joined Lucas, who started his odyssey in May at the Mexican border, in Washington at a trailhead not far from Seattle.  By that time, Lucas had already logged over 2,300 miles to get there!  Together, father and son hiked together some 100 miles in 4 days (!) which, in my humble opinion, makes them crazy rock stars.


I suppose this is also an example of life-long knowledge transfer: father taught son how to hike the backcountry of the Pacific Northwest.  Or, if you work efficiently, you’ll have time to take break for fun and family.  

Or more simply, kudos to both Steve and Lucas Trautman!


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