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About Pacific Coast Drifter |
Pacific Coast Drifter used to be Pacific Coast Traveler and before that Ghost Town Software. After spending twenty years in Colorado, I moved to Portland in 2004, and immediatly started exploring the Pacific Northwest area. There's plenty to see in mountains, rivers and coast of this region, and I sometimes head overseas to explore other fun locations around the Pacific Basin. These pages are loaded with photos and stories about my travels around this part of the world.
P.C.D. is really only one person - Mike Henry. After growing up in Cleveland and doing a stint in the Air Force, I spent twenty years in Colorado Springs where I explored much of the mountains and forest on bike and on foot, and put that experience into the Ghost Town Software topo map and guidebook product and launched the G.T.S. web site in 2001.
P C T is different, instead of mapping software it's just a web travel magazine. I'm hoping to post several trips each year - one or two of the Pacific Northwest, and at least one oversees trip.
This travel log is layed out in a simple magazine format where each destination is one issue with several pages of photos or stories. Pictures on the main pages are miniatures, just click to get the larger versions.
The design goals of this web site are:
Unlike most web sites, we encourage people to use our photos. But here are a few rules:
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