In short, lots over at the Seek Outside blog. Photos and a report from a recent backpack, highlights from SHOT, and five first steps for aspiring hunters. And more to come.
For reasons discussed below, the LaSportiva TX3 has been on my radar since it came out last year. I received a pair for Christmas, and since then have taken them down a handful of technical slot canyons and on some dayhikes. What follows are my first impressions concerning why they promise to be an excellent […]
Sasha photobombs Luke’s beer. When I first attended OR last year I expected to hate it, as consumerism and massive groups of strangers are two thing with which I have little patience. I didn’t, in fact I enjoyed it, and while the first day of the winter show today was less novel and captivating due […]
In the weeks before we were set to leave Montana mid October had settled into a stubborn, even egregious Indian Summer. The kind with short, sharp, clear, and mild days that are good for doing just about anything, except packing. The only time outside I got that day was walking from and to the office […]
The first thing I can remember about 2016 was not sleeping, at least not for more than 90 minutes at a stretch, in early January during Little Bear’s rather spectacular six month sleep regression, which coincidentally or not happened on a trip to Iowa. That has been the first story of the year, the extent […]
After spending a certain amount of time outside coherent rules emerge. Erosion shapes the land in a defined manner, and one can generally predict what is going to happen downstream and downhill. The slot canyons of the Colorado Plateau redefine, or perhaps enrich and ensubtle, the rules of the land and how they work. Just […]