Women’s Oboz Campster Sandals

*Note: this review is specifically geared toward the use of the Women's Oboz Campster Sandals for stand up paddle boarding. Shoes or no shoes? Sandals or no sandals? These are often the questions (and plight) of newbie stand up paddle boarders. And, it is a dilemma not to take lightly because it can impact several … Continue reading Women’s Oboz Campster Sandals

Small Business, High Consequence

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvqgYnaYZcI Recently I shared an article that has left an impression on me that I felt needed to be shared, A Global Reality of A Small Town, this was first in series present by Fat Tire and New Belgium Brewery. So, I turn to another chapter in the Headwinds Series, Small Business, High Consequence. It … Continue reading Small Business, High Consequence

POTW: Fall in Rocky Mountain National Park

A bull moose courting a cow... Though not technically quite fall yet in Rocky Mountain National Park that doesn't mean that love isn't in the air. We were driving in the RMNP last weekend and came upon a bull moose courting a cow, the peak of the moose rut is usually late September to early … Continue reading POTW: Fall in Rocky Mountain National Park

The ‘wreckreation’ in our Wild Places

Too many people and too much poop. Packrafts are becoming more common in what were once less-traveled areas, as seen here at Youngs Creek in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness. Troy Smith/CC via Flickr Todd Wilkinson/High Country News Mark DeOpsomer of Bozeman, Montana, is a backpacker with lots of miles on his soles. For almost four … Continue reading The ‘wreckreation’ in our Wild Places