are twin brothers devoted to natural adventures and
protection. We produce standard and high-definition videos,
photographs, articles, and books covering topics
understanding, appreciating, and enjoying Nature and natural and human
history. This web site is hosted by Netfirms, a company which is 100%
wind powered to reduce our environmental footprint. We grew up on or
Force bases around the country with one
stint overseas, at Kadena Air Force Base, on Okinawa, Japan.
We now have a blog to showcase
our photographic works of
National and State Parks,
wilderness areas, plants and wildlife.
Happy 100th Anniversary to the
National Park Service, August 25th, 2016!
from The Robinson Twins
Wood, 90 year-old World War 2 veteran recalls his experiences as a
gunner in the B-17, being shot down and held prisoner in Stalag 17,
his return to America, and making a career in the space program,
helping to build satellites and planetary space probes, including the
Hubble Space Telescope. Ralph passed away in January, 2012, so we were
able to record his story in time.
His story comes
alive in this video:
Dancing Over France: The Story of S/Sgt. Ralph C. Wood
Order the video directly from our
CreatSpace Store here.
have an online store selling products with photos weve taken on our
travels. Click on the link to look over the posters, mugs, totebags,
and other items available at our store. www.CafePress.com/RobinsonTwins
also have the following series available for online sales and direct
orders. All can be ordered for $29.95 ($24.95 plus $5 shipping,
handling, and sales tax) from our business address at: The Robinson Twins, PO Box 25594,
Fresno, CA 93729.
We've also set up online ordering through CreateSpace/Amazon.
Natural Recreation Series
Point Reyes National Seashore is the unit of
the National Park system that Robert has visited the most. It made
make it the topic for our first National Park video. It's a birding hot
spot and wilderness area with backpacking, day hiking, biking, and
So far, we've produced videos on the
American River, which runs through Sacramento, California. There is a
park system called the American River Parkway, along the river from
Nimbus Dam downstream to where the river flows into the Sacramento
River. It has a bike trail that is about 31 miles long. There are also
paddling and rafting trips down the river.
Another video is about the San Joaquin
River, near Fresno, California. There is a parkway being developed
along the river using the American River Parkway as a model. The San
Joaquin River Parkway still has many parcels of land to be purchased
and developed before the parkway will be completed, but there are many
recreational opportunities already. A bike path 5 miles in length is
already completed. Paddling trips are possible on your own or through
the San Joaquin River Parkway and Conservation Trust.
This video is
being revised. You could order the old version for $19.95 at: Robinson
Twins, P.O. Box 25594, Fresno, CA 93729-5594.
Natural Adventure Series
Teton Crest Trail
Grand Teton is the highest point of a dramatic mountain
range in northwestern Wyoming. Most of the range is in Grand Teton
National Park. The Tetons are about 40 miles long
and rise over a mile from the valley to the east, known as Jackson
Hole. The Twins backpacked from the north end of the range to the
south. This video will be the first in their Natural Adventure series.
Other Video and book
ideas in various stages of planning
you live your daily life in a way that lessens your
impact on the environment? We'll give you concrete steps on
you can do in our "Environmental Living" video.
Phil Erro is a teacher and farmer who
has done work in the Peace Corps. His home's energy comes from solar
panels. He keeps erosion under control at
his farm and in 2006 installed a photovoltaic system to generate enough
electricity to offset the energy used by his farm's pump.
on Old Sacramento State Historic Park will kick off our historic places
has one of the largest concentrations of historic buildings in the
Western United States, many of which date from the Gold Rush and the
construction of the Transcontinental Railroad. We'll show you
around in our upcoming "The Robinson Twins present Historic Places: Old
Rift forms a 60 or so mile long scar on the face of
central Idaho. At the north end of this scar is the Craters of the Moon
National Monument. We've backpacked into the Craters of the Moon
Wilderness at least 3 times. Very few people visit the wilderness,
something on the order of 50 per year. President Clinton declared an
expanded Craters of the Moon National Monument in November, 2000. The
expansion includes more of the Great Rift, farther south than the
current boundary, to the Wapi Flow. We hope to backpack the
entire length of the Great Rift for an upcoming adventure video.
has many more caves than most people realize. California has
a great variety of caves: sea caves, wind caves, mud caves, talus
caves, lava tube caves. With
enlightening the public to these wonders of Nature in mind, we've
decided to produce a video and a book about the "Caves of California".