"Lee Roeser's family has been leading tourists throughout the Sierra, in addition to other packing work, since the 1950s. He was raised at a station one canyon north. Jennifer grew up on horses–'my first babysitter was a quarterhorse named Toby'–and began working pack stations in her teens."
~Sunset Magazine, May 2013


Top 21 Wonders of the Sierra Nevada
Also published by Sunset Magazine: An abbreviated online version of the above story.


THE HIGH LIFE: Sierra Nevada
"McGee Creek Pack Station: Seasoned Sierra travelers know the best way to see the territory is on horseback. The horse does the work, you admire the views. And amazing views are what you get on day rides up McGee Canyon in the Eastern Sierra."
~Sunset Magazine, July 2014


PACKER OF THE DECADE: Living Tradition
"Her depth of feeling for the mountains and knowledge of the trails of the Sierra are a reference point for anyone traveling into McGee from whichever direction."
~Mammoth Sierra Magazine, October 2010


100 MULES...Walk the Los Angeles Aqueduct
"She [artist Lauren Bon] brought on board as her collaborators, Jen and Lee Roeser. It would be their job to first determine feasibility and find a route, working with the City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, as well as the team from the Studio."
~Western Mule Magazine, August 2014


MULES IN HISTORY: Building the Los Angeles Aqueduct
"Long considered one of the most amazing engineering feats of the 20th Century, little do most people know that the building of the Aqueduct would have been near impossible without the labor of well over 1000 mules."
~Western Mule Magazine, April 2014