Why we need to talk about queer communities when we talk about the outdoors. Friday morning I walked into a big event space in the REI Seattle flagship store for the first-ever, and long-awaited, LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Transgender, Queer) Outdoor Summit. Locally-brewed coffee in hand, I sipped as the room filled with the largest … Continue reading The First LGBTQ Outdoor Summit
The following blog post What Does It Mean When Your Dog Lifts a Paw? was originally published to Dogsteron October 18, 2017 at 08:00AM Dogs talk with their bodies. It can happen so fast that we miss subtle nuances, and then we wonder why they behave a certain way. To understand our pups better, we must learn to … Continue reading You Can Read What Does It Mean When Your Dog Lifts a Paw?
“When I lost my foot, I put two feet on the ground.” Kathy Pico, an Ecuadorian native, lost her leg to cancer at age 38. Reassessing her life’s value, Kathy turned to alpinism. “I decided that if I had another opportunity, I wouldn’t waste it,” she said. “During the second chemotherapy, I decided to amputate … Continue reading REI Presents La Cumbre
After a traumatic 16 years of being used as bait for hunting dogs in the Ukraine, Tyson, the bear, was rescued last week and relocated to his new home at the Bear Sanctuary Domazhyr. Animal welfare organization Four Paws International was responsible for the long-awaited transfer of Tyson, dubbed one of “Europe’s saddest bears,” to … Continue reading Four Paws Rescues One Of “Europe’s Saddest Bears” From Ukrainian Hunting Station
Mike Douglas, creator of the D-spin (backflip 720), wants to push his skiing ability by continuing to nail tricks, in spite of being nearly twice the age of his competition. The latest episode from Salomon TV showcases Douglas ripping turns, Japan’s culture, fitness tips, and fresh pow. The post 47-Year-Old Pro Skier Finds Fountain Of … Continue reading 47-Year-Old Pro Skier Finds Fountain Of Youth In Japan
The following blog post The Road: Full Plate was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon October 18, 2017 at 09:00AM When Aaron Brill—the founder of Colorado’s Silverton Mountain and owner of Alaska’s renowned Silverton Mountain Guides—first told me that I could get free heli-bumps to steep shots of untouched powder in the boundless wilds of … Continue reading You Can Read The Road: Full Plate
The following blog post Flashpoint: Can the Patroller Survive? was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon October 17, 2017 at 01:00AM “It’s hard to be a ski bum anymore,” says Tony Daranyi. A patroller in Telluride for more than 17 years, with a focus on snow safety. Daranyi still looks the part, but has long since … Continue reading You Can Read Flashpoint: Can the Patroller Survive?
The following blog post Why Is My Dog Vomiting Yellow? was originally published to Dogsteron October 18, 2017 at 08:00AM What dog owner hasn’t experienced that oh-so-special early morning wakeup call of stepping her foot in dog puke? If you’re like me, you first recoil in disgust but then inevitably end up on your hands and knees … Continue reading You Can Read Why Is My Dog Vomiting Yellow?
Twitter Twitter Pet Product News Imgur Pinterest Facebook BuzzFeed Christopher Brock Photography Pinterest (See an image of yours incorrectly sourced? Help me give credit where due! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). The post Wordless Wednesday: 9 Unforgettable Corgi Kissing Booths! appeared first on The Daily Corgi. … Continue reading Wordless Wednesday: 9 Unforgettable Corgi Kissing Booths!
Drinking plenty of water can be difficult when your face is covered with a winter balaclava, so prehydration is key. Whenever you go hiking, it’s important to stay properly hydrated. This is especially important for winter hiking, when even mild dehydration can cloud your judgment and reduce your energy level. In winter, water loss occurs … Continue reading Winter Hiking, Hydration, and Insulated Water Bottle Jackets