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This is What Ski Patrollers Live For

Hard work is what ski patrolling is all about. Some might think that we’re in it for the skiing. And let’s be honest, skiing is a huge part of it. But if you want to really ski, I... Read more

Important Archeological Discoveries Made 2015 Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

7 Important Archeological Discoveries Made in 2015

We continue are look back at 2015 today with an interesting article from National Geographic that takes a look at the seven most important archeological discoveries of the year,... Read more

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  • Indian Ocean Lookback: People, the Best of IO Cruising

    Indian Ocean Lookback: People, Best Cruising

    The Indian Ocean looms large in the minds of many sailors: it’s a challenge, the daunting stretch of water (followed by the big miles of the Atlantic) that... Read more

    The 23 December 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    SEA, FAMILY, TRAVEL
  • It’s Time to Go Home

    It’s Time Home

    One of the hardest parts of cruising is being far away from people we love. It’s especially hard to be far away and during their times of need, when we can’t... Read more

    The 09 December 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    SEA, FAMILY, TRAVEL
  • River of Rock

    River Rock

    Strolling down a river ...Our fall was unprecedentedly mild—so much so that on December 9, I returned to the Pawnee Buttes in northeastern Colorado (see recent... Read more

    The 28 December 2015 by   Hollis
  • Driftless Region + Governor Dodge State Park

    Driftless Region Governor Dodge State Park

    I love all of Wisconsin... its lakes, rivers, forests, prairies, and bluffs. But I hold a special place in my heart for the Driftless Region. Car selfies are... Read more

    The 14 December 2015 by   Hikingwithheather
    TREK
  • Port Tack Blues: Thoughts on Comfortable Cruising

    Port Tack Blues: Thoughts Comfortable Cruising

    Flat water and a consistent breeze provided glorious sailing back in Madagascar. Daily diurnal winds power our passage south on a port tack in the morning and... Read more

    The 30 December 2015 by   Behan Gifford
    SEA, FAMILY, TRAVEL
  • 3D Trail Map Coming to Crystal

    Trail Coming Crystal

    Ever wanted to ski the hill like a local? Ever wished the tiny trail map in your pocket showed all the best runs at Crystal? Fatmap 3D trail mapping app lets yo... Read more

    The 15 December 2015 by   Kimkircher
  • This is What Ski Patrollers Live For

    This What Patrollers Live

    Hard work is what ski patrolling is all about. Some might think that we’re in it for the skiing. And let’s be honest, skiing is a huge part of it. But if you... Read more

    The 29 December 2015 by   Kimkircher
  • The Inaugural Joe’s Valley Bouldering Festival

    Inaugural Joe’s Valley Bouldering Festival

    We over here at RV Project HQ (currently: Spenser’s Parents House, Berkeley, CA) are still beaming after an amazing weekend at the inaugural Joe’s Valley... Read more

    The 17 December 2015 by   Thervproject
  • Land of a Thousand Rainbows

    Land Thousand Rainbows

    I haven’t climbed in almost a year now (remarkable, i know. It might change soon.) For some reason I’m feeling a lot of nostalgia for Rocklands (a climbing... Read more

    The 04 December 2015 by   Stangie
    TRAVEL
  • Eat Like a Local, Street Food in Cusco

    Like Local, Street Food Cusco

    By Julian KircherSo you’re in a foreign country, everything looks and sounds and smells strange, nothing more so that the food. Read more

    The 17 December 2015 by   Alpacaexpeditions
    TRAVEL, TREK

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