A few changes this past month on my website. Some changes are aesthetic. Some are technical. But they needed to be done.
A relatively light, very portable, effective, and just plain fun tool for trail maintenance. With some loppers and a Silky, a good basic tool kit is complete.
Some thoughts about hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in the current snow conditions.
A strong and inexpensive alternative to both paracord and traditional outdoor accessory cord.
Long term review of a sleeping pad typically sold at Costco in the spring and summer. Comfortable, high R-value, durable, and reasonable in price.
Trail Groove Issue 34 is now out. I wrote some New Mexico-themed articles.
Some trail work on segments 12 and 14 of The Colorado Trail (East) over two days with some friends old and new.
Song of The Open Road is rightfully celebrated as a poem about the joy of the journey. But there are some key lines often overlooked about this poem.
Some rare “camping for the sake of camping” with friends. But we did go on a hike to an obscure area in RMNP.