Editor’s Note: With apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (A Study in Scarlet) and gratitude to my son Nick Wantz who came up with our title we bring you a discussion of poop in the wilderness. As more and more people adventure farther afield the … [Continue reading] about A Study in Brown – Waste in the Wilderness
by John Lull Editor's note: It's great to have another article by our talented Tsunami Ranger John Lull. Welcome back, John! Thanks for the informative post and for the awesome photos, taken from the Golden Gate bridge by your lovely wife … [Continue reading] about Playing in Tide Rips With A Sea Kayak
Editor’s note: Harold Gatty was born in Campbelltown, Tasmania in 1903. He went to school at the Royal Australian Naval College, and became one of the world’s great navigators. In 1931 he was placed in charge of Air Navigation Research and Training … [Continue reading] about Nature is Your Guide by Harold Gatty – A Review
Editor's note: This post introduces Steven "El Rey" King, one of our most enthusiastic Rangers. Here is Steve telling the story of how he first met the Rangers. Thanks to Admiral of Vice Jim Kakuk, Capt. Deb Volturno, and Paula Renouf for their … [Continue reading] about Meet the Rangers – Steven El Rey King!
Editor's note: Every February we pause to honor Tsunami Ranger Commander Eric Soares, co-founder of the Rangers. This year we offer the Fear of Death poem written by Chief Tecumseh. Eric loved to read about Native American Indians. His home … [Continue reading] about In Memoriam Eric Soares August 1, 1953 – February 1, 2012