Snow fell late that season. So despite the impending return of color and heat, there were still fields of fresh fallen snow demanding attention. At least trying to remember the details of the last spring distracted my mind during the evidently endless hours of touring through the surrounding mountains. I wasn’t usually up early, but … Read more
Cracking into a can of PBR, or something equally cheap, in the parking lot after some outdoor adventure, I’ve often joked about the re-hydrating qualities of the unofficial sports drink. Apparently, there are some that have taken it even more seriously. – SF Athletes quaff no-alcohol beer as sport drink By DAVID SHARP/The Associated Press … Read more
I ran out of excuses. Which is how I ended up in a Jeep sliding into the guardrail of a bridge in Hyalite Canyon on a Wednesday evening, well after the sun had gone down. “It’s the Hyalite rodeo,” someone said, after we bounced off and slid back across the road. And I thought I … Read more
That time of year has come again when winter gets schizophrenic and I get started thinking about rock climbing. The myriad collage of memories and media depicting burly people pulling on impossible holds, straining muscles the human body shouldn’t even have, is surprisingly little help though in coaxing my fingers into clawing at the hangboard … Read more
The most notably casualty of graduating college and joining the real world has been the time-tested, noble tradition of spring break. As that time of year appraoches yet again, I still can’t help daydreaming about what I would do. Las Vegas is about a 12-hour drive from Bozeman, or about 828 miles. It’s a long … Read more
Not so very long ago, Bridger Bowl’s Bradley’s Meadow was forbidden fruit.
I was running away.