One chapter is ended. Time to start a new one.
A joke I posted online recently that people seem to enjoy. Succinctly sums up each of the “Big Three” trails.
Find an old trail on a map or even stumble upon it? That’s a Ghost Trail. And it is an interesting way to walk a little bit of forgotten outdoor history.
In the near future, most NPS campground will be privatized. And connected. Some thoughts on an ongoing trend.
Is hiking off-trail ethical? And, assuming this type of hiking is ethical, what is the best way to preserve these ethics?
This lightweight “backpacking fad” is not that new or a fad. Despite what some people may state.
A socially acceptable chemical stimulant to increase my time bank funds when driving to a trailhead late at night.
A new one even for me: A $40 plastic utility bucket being praised by an outdoor gear blog? Cripe.
The mountain landscapes are impressive. I still love me some wildflowers, though.
A phenomenon that is becoming more common in Colorado.