Sea, Sail, and Silk

Carribean Sea Aerial Hammock 3

Why fly back from Guatemala when we could sail? Why not make an adventure out of getting back to the US?

King Solomon Falls

King Solomon 6

I never get tired of waterfalls. Each one I encounter is a different shape, with unique swirls, tumbles, and mists of its own. They all have their own lovely song and dance.

Moulton Falls Bridge

Moulton Bridge 3

For a while now, we have been itching to rig a bridge. Probably since rigging near the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. There are so many beautiful bridges in the Pacific Northwest, and we determined that we must find one to rig.

Box Canyon

Box Canyon 1

Though all of nature is inspiring to me, there are few things more impressive to me than a canyon filled with raging water. Just watching the water flow and pound over and around obstacles is invigorating, making me feel the intense power of the water as well as the peace that it lends to everything around it. That’s why rigging …


Bear Creek Canyon – Aerial Rigging Details

Bear Creek Rig 5

Since this is out first post about how we rig outdoors let start with a couple disclaimers and warnings to get the legal mumbo jumbo out of the way: Rigging off of non-man-made structures (and some man-made) is inherently dangerous. DO NOT rig on tree limbs without consulting an arborist prior. DO NOT rig on man made objects without consulting …

Behind the Scenes: Bear Creek Canyon

Bear Creek Canyon

We’ve decided to give a little behind-the-scenes tour to show you what goes into our rigs. Bear Creek Canyon was the beginning of my project and identity as “Aerialist in the Wild.” So we’ll start there.