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Putting “Fall” Twin Falls, Idaho Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Putting the “Fall” in Twin Falls, Idaho

I walked across the expanse of the Perrine bridge in Twin Falls, Idaho, with the intention of photographing the beautiful gorge and the Snake River that serenely and quietly... Read more

Fall Leesylvania State Park, Virginia Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

A Fall Day at Leesylvania State Park, Virginia

This weekend, to get some fresh air, get out of the house, and maybe find something worth photographing, I went to my standby little piece of the natural world, Leesylvania State... Read more


  • Day 4: The Descent to Chamba

    Descent Chamba

    The next morning, we headed down a seemingly never-ending 113km to the more tropical climes of Chamba. Despite a rainy start we enjoyed having gravity on our... Read more

    The 25 November 2012 by   Spanafrican
  • A Lunar Landscape at Craters of the Moon

    Lunar Landscape Craters Moon

    618 square miles of magma. That is the size of the lava field at Craters of the Moon National Park in south-central Idaho. Large enough that it stretches as... Read more

    The 09 November 2012 by   Everywhereonce
  • A Crown Fit for a Continent

    Crown Continent

    It is often called the “Crown of the Continent,” and for good reason too. With vaulting granite peaks soaring two miles high and ice carved valleys bejeweled... Read more

    The 02 November 2012 by   Everywhereonce
  • 5 of the Most Romantic Ski Destinations

    Most Romantic Destinations

    Winter is coming – and in case you didn’t know, skiing is one of the best vacations you can ever take. And not just because of all the fun in the snow you’re... Read more

    The 28 November 2012 by   Simplypiste
  • Subverting Schengen

    Subverting Schengen

    Thanks for spending springtime in Paris. Now get the hell out! As our U.S. travels near completion our attention is increasingly drawn overseas. One of the... Read more

    The 26 November 2012 by   Everywhereonce
  • Adventure Tech: ATC Chameleon Action Camera

    Adventure Tech: Chameleon Action Camera

    Okay, so the number of "action cams" on the market is starting to reach critical mass. It seems there is a new one being released every other week these days,... Read more

    The 15 November 2012 by   Kungfujedi
  • Antarctica 2012: Riding A Bike To The South Pole

    Antarctica 2012: Riding Bike South Pole

    Back in 2010 we closely followed explorer Eric Larsen as he became the first person to visit both the North and South Pole, as well as the summit of Everest,... Read more

    The 05 November 2012 by   Kungfujedi
  • 5 Ways to Save Money on Your Skiing Or Snowboarding Holiday This Winter

    Ways Save Money Your Skiing Snowboarding Holiday This Winter

    Planning a ski holiday is never going to be cheap, but with added extras like baggage costs and storage it can become expensive and frustrating. Read more

    The 26 November 2012 by   Simplypiste
  • Pre-Season Pains for Ski-Slope Gains

    Pre-Season Pains Ski-Slope Gains

    As the season approaches, you’ve chosen your resort and required pass. You’ve gathered all your required kit. Flights cars are booked. Now it’s time to tune... Read more

    The 04 November 2012 by   Simplypiste
  • 2012 - May 8th - Colorado National Monument Petroglyphs, Monument Canyon/White...

    2012 Colorado National Monument Petroglyphs, Canyon/White Rocks Area

    I had a little time one evening and was looking for a short, easy hike. So, I decided to see if I could find one or two of the popular petroglyph panels on the... Read more

    The 06 November 2012 by   Danncianca


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