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  • Merrell Moab Ventilators Mid Boots, November 2014

    Merrell Moab Ventilators Boots, November 2014

    You've served me well. Sort of. Chinjury. I bet you've never heard that word too often? The Urban Dictionary says it's applies to when you fall over and hit you... Read more

    The 22 November 2014 by   Hikingfiasco
    TREK
  • Easing into Thailand in Chiang Rai

    Easing into Thailand Chiang

    Buddha Statues at Wat Jed Yod, Chiang Rai ThailandWe choose Chiang Rai as a starting point for our Asian travels because it seemed like a low-key way to ease... Read more

    The 10 November 2014 by   Everywhereonce
    TRAVEL
  • Wat Rong Khun, The Weird Temple

    Rong Khun, Weird Temple

    Temples are to Thailand what cathedrals are to Europe. And having spent the better part of this year touring Europe’s cathedrals it’s not surprising that my min... Read more

    The 13 November 2014 by   Everywhereonce
    TRAVEL
  • Anon Magna Tech

    Anon Magna Tech

    Right let’s get straight to the point, if like most, you sometimes have issues with interchangeable lens (they change as easy as pie at times and other times... Read more

    The 19 November 2014 by   Simplypiste
    SPORTS, SNOW
  • Late Autumn Colors at Prince William Forest

    Late Autumn Colors Prince William Forest

    Early Monday morning, I met my friend, Ernie Sears, at Prince William Forest National Park. Prince William Forest encompasses over 19,000 acres and has over 37... Read more

    The 15 November 2014 by   Stabone
    PHOTOGRAPHY
  • Cottonwood Houses, Cottonwood Stars

    Cottonwood Houses, Stars

    Many years ago, in the heat of summer, little girls sat in the shade of cottonwood trees and made tipis from the leaves.These they made in numbers and placed... Read more

    The 09 November 2014 by   Hollis
  • Adventures in Quito: A Mountain Trek During Which Ecuador Reminds Me That It is...

    Adventures Quito: Mountain Trek During Which Ecuador Reminds That Rainy Season!

    One of the activities I've been looking forward to the most since arriving in Ecuador is trekking in the Andes. Don't get me wrong, I've loved everything else... Read more

    The 11 November 2014 by   Kungfujedi
  • A Random Hike on a Reef

    Random Hike Reef

    Behind the San Rafael Reef – the answer to geo-challenge 2.Wild Horse Canyon – one of those beautiful Utah slot canyons – has been calling me for years. On a... Read more

    The 23 November 2014 by   Hollis
  • Death Valley Reunion Trip

    Death Valley Reunion Trip

    Upcoming Presentations:*Feb 9th: AT Presentation at REI Tualatin (register HERE) 6:30pm*Feb 23rd: AT Presentation at REI Hillsboro (register HERE) 6:30pmI took ... Read more

    The 30 November 2014 by   Erin "wired" Saver
    OTHER SPORTS, TREK
  • Cottonwood Encounters

    Cottonwood Encounters

    Cottonwood leaf in mud.Cottonwoods are common in the American West, even in the drier parts (they often mean water's close by). I was pleased to meet three on m... Read more

    The 05 November 2014 by   Hollis

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