There’s still several weeks of winter left to go, so let’s look at what we can do to stay safe, and even help others do so as well.
Do books make a better hiker, or does hiking make a better hiker? Perhaps the answer is closer to “a little of both, really.” Like any good soup, there’s a lot that goes into the pot, along with more than a little stirring and some time spent simmering. But surely, this can be boiled down a little, no? Indeed it can. My hiking bookshelf has dozens of volumes, but there are […]
I’m going to get myself down to the bottom of this mountain,’” Stump recalled. Kati Weis, CBS Denver Picking over the bones of the news this morning, I saw a piece that resonated for perhaps obvious reasons. A hiker, near the summit of El Diente in Colorado (one of their 14 thousand-footers) fell and tumbled for about 60 feet. Then, hiked back to her car and drove herself to hospital. […]
Not all heroes wear capes. This is semi-related to hiking. Not the least, it involves feet, and it actually follows the AT for a few miles. For the past few years, I’ve been running a half marathon that benefits Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth, AKA CHaD. For those who aren’t in the know, Dartmouth-Hitchcock is New Hampshire’s one and only Level I trauma center. “Level I” designation means that it’s directly […]