Three guidelines for the outdoors: be safe, be courteous of others and their experience, have fun.
No matter who you are, or how much you know, there is always more to learn in the outdoors.
Some suggested books for the outdoors person that are a wonderful addition to any personal library.
I received an email recently asking how to generate “buzz”. Here’s my curmudgeonly take on this concept.
Adventure is a word used a lot. What the heck is it? Or is it simply being outside?
Above all else, I think the concept of simplicity is what I find most appealing in the outdoors.
The following is a collection of outdoor quotes from a Yahoo group I helped to maintain: the Colorado Hiking and Outdoor Society “back in the day”. The group is now on
Gear as lifestyle. Or why discussion of the minutiae of gear is so popular.
The recent flood in Boulder had me thinking: Being an outdoors person works well for disaster preparedness.
Breathable, warm, repels snow, blocks wind. A miracle piece of clothing that is high in quality and usually $20 or less. The original soft shell – wool pants!