Preparing for McKinley climbing season

In Climbing | on April, 21, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Preparing for McKinley climbing season News from Anchorage Daily News: Five helicopters buzzed the air around Mount McKinley on Tuesday, a sign of spring in Talkeetna as sure as blooming daffodils. All were bound for the big hill. National Park Service staffers were at work putting in camps on North America’s tallest peak, the centerpiece […]

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Find camping solitude in spring closer to home

In Camping | on April, 21, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Find camping solitude in spring closer to home News from San Francisco Chronicle: For those imprinted by the senses, the scent of fresh forest duff on a spring morning at camp brings a message: The time for camping, backcountry adventures and bonding friendships has arrived. At your first camp of the year at dawn, perhaps […]

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Robin Williams: Cops Pulled Me Over for Biking on New York City Sidewalk

In Uncategorized | on April, 19, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

News from Fox News: Even comedian Robin Williams isn’t immune from getting stopped by cops when he’s riding a bike on a New York sidewalk. And it was no laughing matter. During his appearance on the ABC estrogen-filled gabfest “The View” this morning, Williams told a story about how he recently became one of many […]

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Kristin Leal, The Great Outdoors: Adventure Out brings adventure

In Climbing | on April, 19, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

News from Monterey County Herald: The school bell is ringing and classes are in session all year long at Adventure Out LLC. The Santa Cruz based company is in the business of serving up wild adventures throughout Northern California. And all classes are held in nature’s playground, with plenty of local action and mini getaway […]

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