An overnight backpacking trip with ancient sites, canyon overlooks, desert sunsets, and the sound of coyotes yipping.
A sub-10oz three-layer jacket that works very well for constant precip and rougher conditions.
“Everything in its place.” That culinary phrase, when applied to outdoor pursuits, helps maximize time in the outdoors and makes it more enjoyable.
Four days backpacking in Dark Canyon with a friend.
An overlook at a book that is lauded as a response to Desert Solitaire on the 50th anniversary of its publication.
An overnight trip in Canyonlands National Park in the Salt Creek Zone. With meandering canyons, ancient sites, and amazing ancient art.
An easy way to make Cowboy-style coffee without the muss and chewy grounds by using a coffee filter sachet.
Two days exploring Arches National Park and nearby BLM land a little off the beaten path.
Two days in Cedar Mesa. Camping, hiking, sunset views, canyons, and remnants of the Ancient Puebloan past.
An overview of backpacking stove types with their pluses and minuses. No such thing a the “best stove”…just what is best for you. Revised October 2018.