RubiKon Adventures

Tales and travels of "GrizzLee", "Looksha Lori" & "Yukon Johann"

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

GrizzLee Stories from the North (Series Intro)

 In the summer of 2018, I took a month long solo trip to the North. I left my home north of Seattle to ride and explore northern British Columbia, the Yukon, The North West Territories and Alaska. I rode alone on remote roads into remote places with fantastic vistas like the Salmon Glacier, many river crossings on the Northern Canol Road, through mud and snow as I made my way towards Prudhoe Bay on the Dalton Hwy. Along the way, I made many new friends, met exciting people, experienced wildlife on their terms and experienced "Larger Than Life" scenery. Although my original goal was to ride to Tuktoyuktuk and beyond, the northern weather can never be counted on to provide ideal riding conditions. This is what one calls a real adventure and one must either dive in head first or be prepared to make alternate plans. In the end, it's an experience that can only be described as priceless.

Thanks for Riding Along.

~GrizzLee & The Team at RubiKon Adventures

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Seattle Snowmagedden 2019

In the Winter of 2019 Western Washington experienced a slew of winter snows. While it isn't unusual to get snow in the Seattle area once or twice a year as it usually melts away pretty quickly as the snow is followed by warmer rain. This time, however, the winter blast came and stayed, dumping not one load of snow, but several over the course of a week.

Join GrizzLee as he takes a tour of his domicile, in between the storms, illustrating the beauty and serenity of such a storm. For those patient enough to stay until the end of the video, a tour of the GrizzLee's Workshop.

Be safe out there.
We will return back to our normal programs of scenic travel as soon as we can.