Archives / 2011 / March

An Introduction to Lightweight Backpacking

An Introduction to Lightweight Backpacking

Backpacking

If you’ve ever been backpacking, you’ve probably heard people boast that their pack weighs 50 or 60 lbs. I used to be impressed by that, but no longer. Over the past few years, I’ve gotten into lightweight backpacking, reducing... Read More »

Terracycle – Part 2 of 4: From Package to Park Bench

Terracycle – Part 2 of 4: From Package to Park Bench

Conservation

In my first blog post about Terracycle I discovered that there are a few different ways to recycle, and that companies are beginning to work together to keep certain types of packaging out of the landfill. In this post,... Read More »

“Spring” on Mount Washington: a photographer’s journey

Backpacking / Winter Sports

Spring often brings some of the greatest contrasts between valley and summit of any point during the year. This past weekend provided a perfect example of almost unimaginable incongruity, for while valley temperatures climbed into the forties under clear... Read More »

A Goodbye to Winter

A Goodbye to Winter

Backpacking / Winter Sports

As dad and I left my house on Friday it was hard to believe it was still winter. It was 75 degrees out after all. Memories of the warmth faded as we traveled north. Last year we had done... Read More »

Catching up with Joe Kinder

Catching up with Joe Kinder

Rock Climbing

It seems like every time I have the opportunity to sit down and write, edit vids, and be creative is when I am in a hotel.  Something about a simple hotel room gets me creatively inspired and makes me... Read More »

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