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Star-struck, Awe-struck. Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Day 1- Star-struck, Awe-struck.

Day 0- Awake at dawn; an empty international terminal at SFO; some hours to Newark; some more to Barcelona. We’re damn good at road tripping, but flying internationally is a whole... Read more

Fighting Fear, Part Deux Paperblog Pick in Outdoors

Fighting the Fear, Part Deux

I have so many emotions when it comes to Bishop. It was one of the first places I ever climbed outdoors and it hooked me. I had been climbing for less than a year and Bishop made m... Read more


  • Snow Covered, Angry Bluebird

    Snow Covered, Angry Bluebird

    We are experiencing some winter weather in Virginia this week. Saturday evening, we had a little snow. Yesterday and today are very cold, never getting higher... Read more

    The 16 February 2015 by   Stabone
  • Plants in the Abstract

    Plants Abstract

    Aspen.There’s a photographic world somewhere between realism and pure abstraction where I love to be. Traditional subjects are secondary, upstaged by things... Read more

    The 28 February 2015 by   Hollis
  • Product Review: Ruff Roots

    Product Review: Ruff Roots

    There's no doubt that Charlie is a stick-chewer. She seeks out sticks, stumps and logs whenever possible. Sometimes she gets herself into digestive trouble... Read more

    The 12 February 2015 by   Hikingwithheather
  • Passage Making: Malaysia to Sri Lanka

    Passage Making: Malaysia Lanka

    Coastal Cruising has dominated the last couple of years in Southeast Asia. Our passage making skills are rusty. Before we left, I wondered: what habits would... Read more

    The 17 February 2015 by   Behan Gifford
  • Telling Tales, a Specialty at Tam’s Pub

    Telling Tales, Specialty Tam’s

    Tam’s Pub is not your typical restaurant or watering hole. Located on a residential side street near My Khe Beach in Da Nang, Vietnam, it’s easy to mistake the... Read more

    The 16 February 2015 by   Everywhereonce
  • Gear Review: Top 5 Helmets

    Gear Review: Helmets

    Looking to get yourself a new helmet before the end of the season? Well the team here at Simply Piste have come together and picked our top 5 favourite helmets. Read more

    The 16 February 2015 by   Simplypiste
  • Geologists Make Some Sense of “Uinta Sandstone” Chapter, Still a Tough Read

    Geologists Make Some Sense “Uinta Sandstone” Chapter, Still Tough Read

    This post is a sequel to The sandstone that fooled the great geologists (but the younger generation needs to understand)."Haydens Cathedral, Uinta Mountains. Read more

    The 04 February 2015 by   Hollis
  • Best Places to Sail in Thailand

    Best Places Sail Thailand

    There are a handful of places we’ll never forget from our months of sailing in Thailand. We found a lot to love (and a lot we could do without). Read more

    The 11 February 2015 by   Behan Gifford
  • Welcome to Corippo—The Smallest Municipality in Switzerland

    Welcome Corippo—The Smallest Municipality Switzerland

    The tourist office in Corippo bills their tiny village as the “smallest municipality in Switzerland,” and they’re probably right. Read more

    The 03 February 2015 by   Ryderwalker
  • 5 Most Viewed GNSS Receivers

    Most Viewed GNSS Receivers

    0 Top 5 GNSS receivers on Geo-matching .com (based on user views) Geo-matching provides a variety of the latest geospatial technical equipment used by... Read more

    The 19 February 2015 by   T_mackinnon


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