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Creating a Feather Stick

I know you are wondering what a feather stick is. Well, it is a stick from a dead tree that has been split and shaved down to expose the dry Read more

Campfire Recipe: Spicy Vegetable Tagine with Couscous

6 days agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

A few years ago, a friend of mine from college came to visit. While he was in town, I suggested that we go camping for the weekend. As I was Read more

The Shorts--Catching Hope

"Every day on the mountain and every night at the bar, drinking and partying was as much a part of my life as skiing," remembers Paddy O'Connell. "That is until, of course, they became the only part."  We've heard the stories of addicts...Show More Summary

Camp Fire Recipe: Creamy Homemade Mac and Cheese

Ok, yes I have done the box type of macaroni and cheese. You know the kind I am talking about, the one with the powdered cheese. While it is quick Read more

Bears Ears

Josh Ewing's metamorphosis from climber to climber-activist and the battle to protect Bears Ears.

Camp Fire Recipe: Green Bean and Corn Casserole

last monthHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

If you are looking for a different type of green bean casserole then this dish is for you.  I came up with this recipe when I was welcomed with a Read more

Campfire Recipe: Roasted Apple, Vegetable, and Kielbasa

last monthHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

If you are looking for a healthy meal, one pot meal then this recipe is for you.  Yes, I know the choice of meat in this recipe can be a Read more

Camp Fire Recipe: Cowboy Cornbread

last monthHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

Nothing beats a dish made out of cornbread while you are camping.  It really reminds me of what the pioneers ate while on the trail.  While they probably did not Read more

The Fear is Real

Loosely speaking, there are two kinds of fear. There's the fear of external, objective hazards--like getting caught in an avalanche, or taking a bad fall climbing or getting mauled by a grizzly bear. Then, there's the internal, moreShow More Summary

Camp Fire Recipe: No Rolling Rolled Cabbage

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

My mother made the best cabbage rolls.  I can remember her carefully pulling the leaves off the cabbage and filling them with her wonderful meat mixture.  She would then roll Read more

Campfire Recipe: Potato Stuffed Sausage Boats

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

I know, you are always asking what do you do with leftover mashed potatoes.  Well, one choice is the recipe below.  What if you do not have any?  You can Read more

Camp Fire Recipe: Potatoes Wrapped in Bacon

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

What do you do when you have a meat and potato guy and vegetarian camping together?  Well, in my case, I fix the meat and potatoes but leave the meat Read more

Campfire Recipe: Maple and Mustard Roasted Corn with Bacon

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

While corn on the cob is delicious anytime, it is especially tasty while camping.  Yes, I have cooked corn in the husk over a campfire.  Yes, I have boiled it Read more

Leaving the Races Behind

If you travel down to Ushuaia, Argentina, you might just find a bus plastered with a massive photograph of Sam Evans-Brown. In that photo, he's sprinting, shoulder to shoulder, with Olympic cross-country ski-racer Martin Bianchi in the...Show More Summary

Let Nature Lead the Way to Fresh Water

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

Before I get to how nature can lead you to fresh water, let me tell you about an experience I had outside of Cody, Wyoming.  I was out hiking up Read more

Campfire Recipe: Zucchini Tomato Bake

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

Nothing beats zucchini and tomatoes.  I have made this combination in many different ways.  I have made stewed tomatoes and zucchini with bread pieces mixed in.  I have also made Read more

Internal verses External Framed Backpacks-The Pros and Cons for Camping

2 months agoHobbies / Camping : Go Camping

If you are going to go camping out in the back country, you will need a backpack.  While you may have thought that all backpacks were the same, they are Read more

The Shorts--The Chute

"'Oh, shoot', my dad muttered for the tenth or fifteenth time in the last five minutes. Then, he burst into exhausted chuckles," remembers Deron Daugherty. "I looked up the chute that we were trying to march out of: thirty degrees of slop, several hundred feet to go. Show More Summary

The Best Campervans For Outback Exploration

Inspired Camping... Smoothing the edges of roughing it! Cool Camping and Glamping - The outback is an intense place to drive. With sometimes thousands of miles passing between towns, and all kinds of terrain to cover, you need to have a vehicle you can rely on.Campervans are an amazing way to travel the outback. Show More Summary

The Year of Big Ideas 2017

No matter who they voted for, right now, a lot of people in this country would agree that things could be better. In the long term, if want thing to go well or if we want to move forward or to grow, then two, almost evenly divided, sides...Show More Summary

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