It’s a quiet morning and I am loading kayaks onto the roof of our truck. A neighbor walking his dog notices me pulling a serpentine tangle of nylon straps while balanced on the rear tire. As he gets closer he says “Don’t you all ever stay home on a weekend?” I reply “not when the water is flowing, snow is snowing or rocks are calling to be climbed.”
Living in Boulder, Colorado is a curse and a blessing. There is always something to do in the outdoors. Paddling takes up most of our time and on average we spend 70-85 nights camping each year and many of those are on the banks of a river.
Getting Started in Eastern Backcountry Hunting – What’s In My Daypack Summer is here, and with the heat comes anticipation for the Fall. Now is great time to get in the woods to do some scouting, and it’s also a great time to get gear cleaned, inventoried, repaired if...read more
I enjoy the company of dogs immensely. A day of hunting, fishing, kayaking, hiking, socializing at a brewery or just relaxing on the couch, is made better by sharing those experiences with a well behaved, happy dog. But not every experience is for every dog. I have...read more
1. Do it for the satisfaction and challenge it provides. I have been on guided hunts in the past. They were fun. Yet, to me, hunting is my area where I go out and challenge myself; where I learn something about what’s inside me; where I put myself in...read more