Spring Break

Uncategorized / Winter Sports

We had options. There was an endless list of things we could do for spring break. After much deliberation, and I must admit, hesitation on my end, the plan was to head to the Tahoe area and ski our... Read More »

Massachusetts Teenager Authors an Amazing Story of Winter Survival

Ideas & Advice / Winter Sports

As I watched my 10 o’clock local news last night, my heart sank when I heard that 17 year-old Nicholas Joy from Medford, Massachusetts had been missing on Sugarloaf Mountain since late Sunday afternoon after getting lost in the... Read More »

Staying motivated through winter

Outdoor Health and Fitness

I’ve always been a weekend warrior, using my weekends to play hard, and being somewhat lazy mid-week. Turns out I’m not 18 anymore – I need to work to stay in shape to be able to do the activities... Read More »

Keep Your Toes (and Poles) Warm This Winter

Ideas & Advice / Winter Sports

My most recent hike began with a trailhead temperature of three degrees. As my group began to gear up for a hike over the Osceolas (East Peak: 4156′, Main summit: 4315′ ) we all had the same problem: our... Read More »

6 miles – 60 minutes – 6 degrees

Outdoor Health and Fitness

The old me thinks I’m insane. The me that hated to run, unless running was a part of the sport I was playing – and even then, I hated playing positions that required lots of running. (I went so... Read More »

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