After more than 30 years in the outdoor writing business, you would think I'd know better.
Daily Archives: September 9, 2012
Mud, Sweat & Tears: cyclocross and adventure racing is big
By Howard Meyerson When Chris Schmidt puts on his helmet on Oct. 20, the 44-year-old technical translator and bike racer will have only one thing in mind: going fast and all-out. Schmidt will be one of 50 competitors at the … Continue reading
Giving the word “blowdown” new meaning
I love big trees. It’s a gut thing, full of aesthetics. They add perspective about time and our place on the planet. And, as a friend pointed out, they also give new meaning to idea of “trail maintenance.” Found on Living … Continue reading
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