The Trailshow #13 – The Oregon Desert Trail
Today we bring you Episode #12 – It’s our 1-Year Anniversary Show!
The Trail Show #11 is live. The Hayduke Trail is our featured trail of the month.
The Trail Show Episode #10 – The Sierra High Route
Happy End of Winter! Today we bring you Episode #9 – Our Appalachian Trail show!
The Trail Show #8 – The Long Trail
My domain name and nick name share a name with an ammo magazine. Lucky me! 🙂
Today we bring you Episode #7 – Our December Holidaze Show.
Today we bring you Episode #6 – The Grand Enchantment Trail Show #6 is our Thanksgiving Show.
Episode #5! Today we bring you our Halloween Show – Don't be scared!!
Episode #4! Today we bring you our September Show – Fall is in the air!!
Episodes three of the trail show!
The second espisode of The Trail Show!
What do four Triple Crowners do who are now married and/or have a kid on the way, about to get married and love beer do? They talk smack. They talk trail. And have a free form discussion that, in theory, Read More …
Another Boulder Weekly article. This time about five classic hikes in the Boulder Open Space. As I said in the article "For many, the best part of living in Boulder is the Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) system, which Read More …
If I had some duct tape, I could fix that —MacGyver Another article I wrote for the Boulder Weekly. This time on five more useful items to take in your pack to do your best MacGyver!
An article on The Colorado Trail I wrote for the Boulder Weekly. A quick overview with some options to explore The Colorado Trail for a day, a weekend or the whole enchlada!
Not my original title for this article..but so it goes. 🙂 The original title of this article was "Lighten the load; not the wallet" ; a quick crash course in how to dirt bag. Not tips new to anyone in Read More …
An article about the high snow pack found in June 2011. A short, bald, Eye-talian guy is quoted in it.. 😉
An article I wrote for Backpacking Light. A photo essay and a briefy synopsis of the lightweight backpacking gear I used from the trail. Check it out!
An account of my first backpacking trip in 1996. I did not know what I was doing to say the least! But, everyone has to start somewhere. It was not a lightweight bapcking trip to say the least! 🙂 With Read More …
If you can’t tell by some of the references to cooking in my hiking documents, I love food. The cooking, the eating, the enjoying of it all with friends.