Wild Women Expeditions

The World’s Largest Women-Only Adventure Travel Company

Website: https://wildwomenexpeditions.com

About

Wild Women Expeditions offers more travel departures for women only than any other company in the world. And it brings women-only travelers to more countries than any other women-only travel company. In 2018 it will have programs in 26 separate countries. The company website clarifies that the objective of its tours is not primarily cultural immersion, but baptism by wilderness experience.

Wild Women Expeditions is founded on the beliefs that:

  • Women need opportunities to just be themselves, together;
  • The wilderness helps women connect with elements of their psyche that may be lost in the daily hustle and bustle;
  • Pairing women and wilderness often encourages women beyond their comfort zones, leading to increased confidence;
  • These ingredients can be transformational, perhaps leading to answers to the question that Poet Mary Oliver poses: What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

Roots

The company was created in 1991. Its initial focus was on canoe paddling on remote Ontario waters. Through an unwavering focus on Canada, one of the wildest, most pristine countries in the world, Wild Women Expeditions became Canadian experts in a pioneering niche that introduced small groups of women into wilderness settings. Now as then, women carry their accommodations (tents) on their backs, as well as food and personal belongings, into remote wilderness where come night, a campfire and the stars overhead provide the only light. Even though the company now hosts guests all over the world, it retains a national focus with more trips and more women-only, backcountry camping adventures in Canada than any other company in the world.

Expansion

By early 2000, women who had experienced the magic of these canoe trips began asking for other kinds of women-only, wilderness adventures. The company began hosting multi-sport, hiking and horse riding programs and expanded beyond Ontario into Newfoundland and British Columbia.

Ownership

In 2010, its 20th anniversary year, ownership of the company passed from Beth Mayers to its current owner Jennifer Haddow, who brought with her a global perspective, having worked on international development, social justice and environmental concerns for, among others, Oxfam and the Canadian foreign ministry. By 2013 global expansion was in full swing, supported by a repeat customer base eager to expand their own horizons. Today the company has programs throughout the world while still retaining its Canadian heritage and roots.

Clients

Typical clients are often novices when it comes to wilderness experiences.  Or they may be women who haven’t actively pursued a physical adventure for years or who may be looking for a renaissance. Perhaps they haven’t ridden a horse, paddled a kayak or summited a mountain peak for 20 years. The brand focuses on being beginner friendly and accessible. The average age of a client is between 40 and 60.

Activities

Wild women Expeditions has the world’s most extensive roster of women-only horseback riding trips. In addition, on various programs women canoe, cycle, kayak, raft, sail, stand up paddleboard, surf and engage in wellness and yoga.

Current Trip Destinations

Signatures

Two signatures stamp Wild Women Expeditions. These are horseback riding trips numbering nine unique itineraries in six countries, the most of any women’s only program in the world; and backcountry camping that occurs on 70 percent of its trips, a higher percentage than any other women-only company offers.

Customized Tours

Wild Women Expeditions can organize private trips that might be, among others, a sailing trip in Greece, or kayaking in Baja or Georgian Bay, or touring Newfoundland or Kauai. The minimum group size is five.

Retreats

Learning and bonding experiences that lead to the acquisition of new skills and the possibility of personal transformation. Current retreats include:

Thesis

Working with owner, Jennifer Haddow, some Wild Women Expeditions’ clients agreed to assist a graduate student on research for the student’s thesis presented to Laurentian University (Sudbury, Ontario, Canada) professors in spring 2017. Fifteen clients shared their stories of planting themselves in the wilderness with only women present. Reviewed were “their definition of wilderness, the role the wilderness played in their experience, any therapeutic or health related benefits, the impact of these benefits and whether there were any distinctive aspects of participating in a woman-only immersive wilderness experience.” Interestingly, major themes emerged which related more so to the activity, than the synergy between human and the wild elements. Major themes included activities, women only wilderness experiences and the qualities of wilderness as a setting, which included elements of escape and an altered state of being.

Vision

Women engaging with Wild Women Expeditions in the near future will have opportunities to engage in conservation efforts through partnerships the company is exploring with wildlife conservation charities. “I’m trying to move us strongly toward positioning this business as a vehicle for engaging in conservation work,” says Jennifer Haddow.

Magazine

Jane Goodall is featured on the cover of the company’s second issue of Wild Woman Magazine that goes to clients and is also available for purchase online. To obtain a copy: http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/magazine/

About Jennifer Haddow

Jennifer grew up in Newfoundland on the edge of Gros Morne National Park.  Adventures in their own backyards might seem commonplace to some children, but not for Jennifer. As an adult she came to a crossroads. She was living and working in Toronto in an office job. In 2005 “I got really sick. I attribute part of that to not having enough activity and nature in my life and to being in an unsustainable lifestyle in many ways. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.”

Smoking and other toxic contributions perhaps contributed to this condition. “I had an epiphany. I didn’t want to die or be in wheelchair. I started asking questions of myself. How do live? I already had an interest in alternative healing and powers of nature. I decided I wanted to challenge myself to not end up in a worst scenario. Someone suggested I go with them on hiking trip to Mount Everest base camp.  I probably laughed out loud. I was having disability (at this stage she could not lift her arms above her head) and was on heavy meds. I set a goal that I am going to get myself to Mount Everest. I will hike to base camp!

“This became a beacon to me, an aspirational driving force. If I did this, I would be ok. I clung to it in my mind. Several months later I did it. I went to Nepal, spent a month trekking in the mountains and got to the base camp. I am not a poor, pathetic, weak person waiting to decline; I can do more than I thought I can do. This was a transformative experience. I came back from that mountain and vowed I would be as healthy as I can be. I was going to get stronger and higher and better.”

The good news,“everything started to change. I bought the company. I felt fierce about the value of having these adventures for people -- for women, to provide the connection between outdoor adventure and deep wilderness immersion. For us to be able to put ourselves in such a nourishing environment as some of these wild places, we feel aliveness, we challenge ourselves to do things.”

“This was 12 years ago. I have changed my lifestyle radically. I focus on self-care. I am in great health. MS is a non-issue. I am not sick. This story is so important. Outdoor adventure can change the whole idea of your life. Women alone together share their personal stories of healing, their stories of transformation. I think that’s part of the women’s community, the connections we can make. Theirs are heart-centered, vulnerable stories. Women tend to be more vulnerable and expressive and when in that healing space (wilderness) that can be created, a lot of women are encouraged to see themselves on Mount Everest.”

As part of her own healing, Jennifer became a certified yoga instructor. Because of her own personal interest in health and wellness and yoga, she said that many Wild Women Expeditions programs integrate yoga and meditation into the natural outdoor setting. The result? A wild yoga type of experience!

Contact Information

Jennifer Haddow           Owner/Director
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Wild Women Expeditions, Pioneer in Women-Only Travel, Adds Four New Itineraries for Upcoming Winter: India, Patagonia (2) and Costa Rica

CORNER BROOK, NL, CDN, Aug. 7, 2017– A quarter century ago Wild Women Expeditions (WWE) (https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/) pioneered today’s steam-charged movement encouraging women to travel in small women-only groups.

Upcoming for winter 2018 are WWE’s four new women-only itineraries in India, Patagonia and Costa Rica. After 25-plus years, Wild Women Expeditions offers more active travel departures for women-only than any other company in the world and in more countries (26 in 2018). A high return-guest ratio indicates how hungry women are for baptism-by-wilderness experiences that can be extreme -- or not – without men setting the pace. And always there’s a dollop of cultural interface to round out the edges.

“What Wild Women Expeditions does is give women the opportunity to achieve amongst other women, test boundaries, take risks and become leaders,” says Jennifer Haddow, Owner/Director. She noted that Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook Chief Operating Officer, in a recent BBC interview, indicated that women too often are not encouraged and trained to assume leadership positions.

“Wild Women Expeditions is changing this,” Haddow adds. These four new trips for next year reflect Haddow’s vision and mission.

In India:  India Jungles and Jewels Adventures explores India’s national parks and a long list of big cats, cloven-hoofed creatures, elephants and birds, all setting the stage for nurturing and transformational experiences in eco systems that include Kanha National Park made famous in Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book and home of Project Tiger, an early tiger conservation initiative in India.

Scheduled trip dates are Feb. 8-18, Feb. 27-March 9 and Oct. 25-Nov. 3, 2018. The per person double rate for 11 days and 10 nights is $3,895 including accommodations, all meals, sightseeing in and entry fees to national parks escorted by naturalist guide in air-conditioned private coaches and 4x4 vehicles, the company of a safari specialist, an English-speaking female tour leader, guided canoe outing, applicable lodge taxes and gratuities and complimentary water and snacks. Please see https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/india-jungles-and-jewels-adventure/

Guests lodge at Kanha Jungle Lodge that emphasizes utilizing indigenous materials; they mingle with locals while exploring medicinal plants, community environmental awareness programs and learning to make masala chai, how to drape a sari and apply ritual henna; they even help to bathe elephants excused from poacher patrol and tiger-tracking duties. Habitat explorations are on foot and in 4x4 jeeps. A luxury tented camp, Jamtara Wilderness Lodge in Pench National Park, is a glamping home near a savannah-like environment. Or guests can sleep like a native under the stars in a Machaan, an open-air tent with mosquito netting atop. (Villagers gain income when guests choose this sleeping accommodation.)

Reni Pani Jungle Lodge is an exquisitely designed conservation and wildlife-focused lodge near Satpura National Park. Here is the Satpura Tiger Reserve, an amalgamation of one of India’s best-kept secrets, the Satpura National Park, the Bori Wild Life Sanctuary and the Pachmarhi Sanctuary. Jeep, elephant, boat and walking safaris are on the schedule here. One night is spent wilderness camping, an experience unique to Wild Women Expeditions. On the last morning, guests canoe on the Satpura River, rife with winged creatures, before transfers to Bhopal airport to connect with international flights home.Please see https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/india-jungles-and-jewels-adventure/.

In Patagonia:Two new trips are a multi-sport adventure and another on horseback. Torres del Paine Multisport Adventure is offered Feb. 3-12 and March 12-21 (sold out), 2018. The per person double rate for 10 days and nine nights is $4,795 including English-speaking female guide and activity specialist guides, accommodations, all meals, and all equipment for excursions including sleeping bags for hiking overnights, mountain bikes, sea kayaks, horses and tack and corresponding safety equipment. The playground is Torres del Paine National Park, an other-worldly landscape of needle-like peaks, vast glaciers, wild horses, pampas and lakes. Challenges come by way of hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Guests reside in a tented Eco Camp. Please see https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/torres-del-paine-multisport-adventure/.

Patagonia Cordillera Riding Adventure is scheduled for Jan 22-Feb. 1, Feb. 5-15 (sold out), March 4-14, 2018. The per person double rate for 11 days and 10 nights is $3,395 including 11 days of horseback riding (including a seven-day pack trip); horses, pack mules and riding gear; professional female wrangler guides; 10 nights of on and off-grid shared accommodation; camping equipment; hand-crafted meals; laundry services; roundtrip transfers from Neuquen Airport to destination in the rugged heart of the Andes.  Estancia hospitality serves up localvore and off-the-grid living before heading to the cordillera (mountain range) to ride trails deep into the Andes and into the simple lifestyle of the gauchos. Please see https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/patagonia-horse-adventure/.

In Costa Rica: Para Vida Adventure Retreat dates are Jan. 13-20 and Feb. 18-25, 2018. The per person double rate for eight days and seven nights is $3,295 including English-speaking female and activity specialist guides; seven nights accommodation; all meals; all excursions and equipment and in-country flight. Here yoga and this country’s ecosystems combine in off-grid realities, with mountains and trees to climb and waterfalls to conquer. Mountains, reefs and the rainforests of Corcovado National Park encourage hiking, rappelling, kayaking, snorkeling and spacing out on the natural world. Please see http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/pura-vida-adventure-retreat/.

For details, availability and reservations for these and all Wild Women Expeditions’ 2017-2018 programs call 1 (888) 993-1222, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or visit online at https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/.

About

Founded in 1991, Wild Women Expeditions is the world’s largest women-only travel company. Its initial focus was on canoeing on remote Ontario waters. Through an unwavering focus on Canada, one of the wildest, most pristine countries in the world, Wild Women Expeditions became Canadian experts in a pioneering niche that introduced small groups of women into wilderness settings. Even though the company now hosts guests all over the world, it retains a national focus with more trips and more women-only, backcountry camping adventures in Canada than any other women’s travel company in the world.

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Follow Wild Women Expeditions on Social Media:

Facebook                  https://www.facebook.com/WildWomenExpeditions/

Twitter                        https://twitter.com/wild_women     

Instagram                  https://www.instagram.com/wildwomenexpeditions/

Media Contact:        Widness & Wiggins PR

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Mongolia’s Icon, The Horse, Meets up with Wild Women Expeditions On 14-Day Sensory Immersion in the Saddle

CORNER BROOK, NL, CANADA, July 12, 2017– A travel company that specializes in women-only wilderness adventures vows that pairing women with one country’s icon – the horse – will yield epiphanies attributable to the raw landscape of Mongolia where small groups of women will saddle-up and ride.

Wild Women Expeditions (https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/), already topping the list with more active travel departures for women only than any other tour company in the world, also has more women-only adventures on horseback.

In 2018 there are five departures of Mongolia’s Orkhon Valley Horseback Adventure, a 14-day itinerary at just $2,995 per person; however, because it is so popular, only June 3-16 and Aug. 12-25 departures still have space available.

“Wild Women Expeditions is all about women and wilderness and wild. Our horseback riding program in Mongolia, where we ride 12km to 40km daily for up to six hours, encapsulates our vision that women can move from their own comfort zones, take risks and begin to direct themselves in new and liberated ways – in just a few days,” said Jennifer Haddow, Owner of Wild Women Expeditions. “Our Mongolia programs, in addition to making this country accessible, are affordable in an expensive country that many women only dream of visiting – until now.”

In the 12th and 13th centuries, Genghis Kahn reigned supreme here, gathering horses and men sufficient to create the Mongol empire that extended far beyond the borders of present-day Mongolia. A violent world was punctuated by the silence and peace of Tibetan temples, a dichotomy still to be sensed while visiting national parks and settling into yurts in the Orkhon Valley, the summer camp of nomads and today a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A homestay family shares the life of nomadic breeders: milking the animals, preparing dairy products, cutting wood, playing with children and living in yurts. As most honored guests, visitors assist in preparing a Mongolian barbecue that features a goat or sheep slaughtered for the occasion.

As landscapes shift from forests to grassy plains to desert and sand dunes, riders explore assorted ecologies of the lush Orkhon Valley, mountains, steppes and waterfalls, as well as the mini Gobi Desert.

“Here where wild meets wild, you feel the contradictions of this place taking root within you. It brings to life the quiet, contemplative space in your heart – the glorious scenery, and sacred temples inviting you to seek inward. But what you find inside isn’t still, but rather vibrant and loud. As you cross large swaths of black lava, you feel your own inner rumblings, as alive as the volcanic earth upon which you ride. Someone has come upon their trusty steed to save you. And it is you,” added Haddow.

In advance of venturing on horseback into the wilderness, guests spend arrival day and evening in Ulaanbaatar, the capital, visiting the country’s most important museum and listening to khoomi (also known as Tuvan throat singing), a vocal technique that elevates the human voice to an other-worldly instrument unique to this region.

For horse lovers, Mongolia is a dream, noted Haddow. “We visit Khustai National Park, where conservation efforts include the reintegration of the Przewalski’s horse, Takhi (spirit or spiritual in Mongolian), a symbol of Mongolian national heritage and considered the world’s only genuine wild horse. These beasts also protect the forest steppe ecosystem. In 1945 there were only 12 breeding takhi in the world.“

She said that Wild Women Expeditions tours also offers a window into “some inspiring community development initiatives, such as visiting the Mongolian Quilting Centre. This is a non-profit association, whose purpose is to give unemployed and poor women, originally taken away from prostitution, and instead learn sewing skills to generate income for their families.”

Another Wild Women Expeditions trip in Mongolia, Marvels of Mongolia, offers 14 days at $2,895 per person, mixing trekking with camel and horseback riding across grasslands and villages that may well owe their existence to the comings and goings of the fearless Genghis Kahn as he carved out what we know today as the Silk Road.

Wild Women Expeditions also hosts horseback riding trips in…

·         Iceland -- Golden Circle Riding Adventure, nine days at $3,295 per person; Women & Girls Golden Circle Riding      Adventure, seven days at $1,995 per person; Hekla Volcano Riding Adventure, nine days at $3,295 per person

·         British Columbia --  Chilcotin Cowgirl Riding Adventure, eight days at $3,495CAD per person

·         Argentina – Patagonia Pack Horse Adventure, 11 days at $3,395 per person

·         Chile – Torres del Paine Multisport Adventure, 10 days at $4,795 per person

·         Ireland – Connemara Riding Adventure, seven days at $3,295 per person.  

About

Founded in 1991, Wild Women Expeditions is the world’s largest women-only travel company. Its initial focus was on canoeing on remote Ontario waters. Through an unwavering focus on Canada, one of the wildest, most pristine countries in the world, Wild Women Expeditions became Canadian experts in a pioneering niche that introduced small groups of women into wilderness settings. Even though the company now hosts guests all over the world, it retains a national focus with more trips and more women-only, backcountry camping adventures in Canada than any other women’s travel company in the world.

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Follow Wild Women Expeditions on Social Media:

Facebook                  https://www.facebook.com/WildWomenExpeditions/

Twitter                        https://twitter.com/wild_women     

Instagram                  https://www.instagram.com/wildwomenexpeditions/

Media Contact:        Widness & Wiggins PR

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Women Only Kayak and Hike Canada’s Wilderness On Three Transformational Adventures With Wild Women Expeditions

CORNER BROOK, NL, CANADA, June 5, 2017– Canada’s coastlines and national parks, plus this neighbor’s 150th heritage anniversary in 2017, are components of three summer wilderness vacations with Wild Women Expeditions, the tour company offering more active travel departures for women only than any other operator in the world.

“Canada is a country designed for adventurers. For women who want it all, Canada delivers the goods,” said Jennifer Haddow, Owner of Wild Women Expeditions (https://wildwomenexpeditions.com/). “We’ve been trailblazing outdoor adventures in Canada for over a quarter of a century. Increasingly women want to feel the freedom of connecting with wild space in its finest form. In Canada are some of the wildest and grandest natural treasures on the planet.”

Wild Women Expeditions’ Canadian programs are prototypes for the baptism-by-wilderness experiences that Haddow’s team arranges in 26 countries. These journeys reflect that…

·         Women need opportunities to just be themselves, together;

·         The wilderness helps women connect with elements of their psyche that may be lost in the daily hustle and bustle;

·         Pairing women and wilderness often encourages women beyond their comfort zones, leading to increased confidence;

·         These ingredients can be transformational, perhaps leading to answers to the question that Poet Mary Oliver poses: What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?

Backcountry camping is one of Wild Women’s signatures, a staple of 70 percent of its trips (a higher percentage of wilderness immersion than any other women-only company offers). Women carry their accommodations (tents) on their backs, as well as food and personal belongings, into remote wilderness where come night, a campfire and the stars overhead provide the only light. Geology, wildlife and First Nation spiritual heritage found in Canada’s national parks figure into adventures in Newfoundland, British Columbia and Vancouver Island. Professional wilderness guides, all female, lead the trips. Following are capsule descriptions of three of the company’s Canadian adventures…

Newfoundland Gros Morne (National Park) Multi-Sport Adventure is a seven-day hiking and kayaking expedition that utilizes ocean-side cabins. The $2,295 CAD per person rate includes professional, local female guide(s), all meals, fully outfitted sea kayak day trip on Bonne Bay (think Minke whales, eagles, terns, and kingfishers), guided hikes (think Woodland caribou, Rock ptarmigan and Arctic hare) and walks throughout the park, a Western Brook Pond fjord boat tour, roundtrip transfers from Deer Lake Regional Airport (servicing Toronto) and a park pass.

Daily challenges reflect the philosophy that women can discover and build on their own inner strengths by mastering hurdles in the safe company of other women. The first hike in this UNESCO World Heritage Site is 5km with a 500m elevation gain/loss on rugged trails; the second is roundtrip 9km with a 300m elevation gain/loss; an estimated five-hour kayak excursion precedes the third hike, a 16 km, 800m elevation gain/loss trek experienced in over eight hours while climbing Gros Morne Mountain, the highest point in the park at 806m.Easy walks follow in tandem with a catch-your-breath boat tour of a landlocked fjord.

This park is as important to Plate Tectonics Theory as Ecuador’s Galapagos Archipelago is to the Theory of Evolution. The challenges of this environment become metaphors for those the women face, hiking first through a barren, nutrient-challenged  landscape; then discovering where the peridotite ends and the ancient oceanic crust begins, down through boreal forest to rugged coastline where pillow lava and sea stacks dominate the shoreline; then moving on to the rich marine wonderland of Bonne Bay and a landlocked lake before accomplishing a summit. For more details see http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/newfoundland-multisport/.

Haida Gwaii Kayak Adventure in Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site is a fully outfitted eight-day camping (on beaches) and kayaking expedition at $2,795 CAD per person that includes camping gear, all meals, Zodiac transportation, park pass and the expertise of two certified kayak guides.

This National Marine Conservation Area of Canada is north of Vancouver, BC. Here paddlers drift through Haida First Nation waterways, passing ancient totem poles. Black bears mosey among towering trees; sea lions and seals flop at the water’s edge. “You are one with the water. The silence is heavy and heavenly,” said Haddow, adding that water, wildlife and the spirit of the First Nation combine to create a spiritual quest.  

Routes south and north begin in Sandspit on Moresby Island (serviced by air from Vancouver). Southern route departures are Aug. 14-21, 2017, and Aug. 20-27, 2018. Northern Route departures are Aug. 21-28, 2017, and Aug. 27- Sept. 3, 2018. For more details please see http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/haida-gwaii-british-columbia/.

Vancouver Island Multi-Sport Adventure in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is a fully outfitted, eight-day camping, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, surfing and hiking adventure. The $2,895 CAD per person rate includes services of two female guides, three nights camping, four nights inn accommodation, all meals, ground transportation, scheduled activities (and all gear), half-day surfing and paddling lessons, four-day sea kayak expedition to Vargas Island in Clayoquot Sound and guided coastal hikes.

Guests meet at Tofino Ecolodge on Vancouver Island, accessed by ferry or air shuttle from Victoria or Nanaimo, BC. From here the Wild Pacific Trail and the Pacific Ocean become both playgrounds and challenges, as does a three-night camping/four-day backcountry kayaking trip to experience the old growth forests and First Nation spirits of Clayoquot Sound, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve off the west coast of Vancouver Island. For more details please see http://wildwomenexpeditions.com/trips/vancouver-island/.

About

Founded in 1991, Wild Women Expeditions is the world’s largest women-only travel company. Its initial focus was on canoeing on remote Ontario waters. Through an unwavering focus on Canada, one of the wildest, most pristine countries in the world, Wild Women Expeditions became Canadian experts in a pioneering niche that introduced small groups of women into wilderness settings. Even though the company now hosts guests all over the world, it retains a national focus with more trips and more women-only, backcountry camping adventures in Canada than any other women’s travel company in the world.

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Follow Wild Women Expeditions on Social Media:

Facebook                  https://www.facebook.com/WildWomenExpeditions/

Twitter                        https://twitter.com/wild_women

Instagram                  https://www.instagram.com/wildwomenexpeditions/

Media Contact:        Widness & Wiggins PR

Sara Widness / 802-234-6704 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dave Wiggins / 720-301-3822 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.