Does the scene of Chris McCandless picking the wrong potato plant haunt anyone else’s trail nightmares like it
About a week ago, I returned from a backpacking and backcountry volunteer service project in the Bob Marshall
I’m so excited to share news! This weekend, I will embark on my first wilderness volunteer project with the Bob
Crack climbing, in general, is uncomfortable. In fact, when I first learned, I was told, “If it hurts,
It’s that time of year again when December swings around on the calendar so fast that it gives us whiplash. I
Nothing made me feel more like an adventurer than snowshoeing through Rocky Mountain National Park. Even for someone
You might remember that in August this year, I took my first river rafting trip with my boyfriend, Mike, and his
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to travel back to my home state of Connecticut (for my best friend’s
Mt. Bierstadt, a 14,060-ft mountain, one of more than 50 of Colorado’s peaks that surpass 14,000 feet in
My sun hat, the Salmon River guidebook, my camera in its Ruggard Holster Bag, and its dry-bag to keep it safe
“One of the strange things about living in the world is that it is only now and then one is quite sure one is going to live forever and ever and ever."
~ Frances Hodgson Burnett
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