The following blog post Meet 5 of Our Favorite Black-Coated Dog Breeds was originally published to Dogsteron November 01, 2017 at 08:30AM Today we’ve moved the vibrant-colored breeds, such as the Irish Setter, off stage. Instead we’ve asked five breeds that (at least sometimes) have black coats to lead our applause for dreamily dark appearances. … Continue reading You Can Read Meet 5 of Our Favorite Black-Coated Dog Breeds
The following blog post The November Issue of Elevation Outdoors is LIVE! was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon November 01, 2017 at 07:00AM This month, we put together an epic ode to the state we call home: Colorado. Our November issue is packed with stories about the best places to shred and hit the … Continue reading You Can Read The November Issue of Elevation Outdoors is LIVE!
This feature was sponsored by our friends at MegaFood. All opinions are my own. Iron deficiency is something that goes unnoticed by many doctors and patients. Sadly, most doctors test your blood for hemoglobin, which is not how to accurately read your iron levels. This was a HUGE wake up call for me when I … Continue reading Iron Deficiency and How it Affects Your Thyroid
The female physique is, perhaps more than anything else, adaptable. Whether you’re in your third trimester or already holding your bundle of joy, the power of a woman’s body to grow and change is pretty darn incredible. Among those changes is diastasis recti — a separation that occurs between the right and left sides of … Continue reading 6 Core Exercises for New Moms with Diastasis Recti
The following blog post What Inspired One Woman to Adopt an ‘Unadoptable’ Senior Dog was originally published to Dogsteron November 01, 2017 at 08:00AM Life for Melani Andrews, 72, from Galt, California, hasn’t been easy these past few years. In January 2016, her husband, James, died after a two-month struggle with the effects of strokes … Continue reading You Can Read What Inspired One Woman to Adopt an ‘Unadoptable’ Senior Dog
The following blog post City Dogs: 5 Dog Breeds for 5 Major Metropolises was originally published to Dogsteron October 31, 2017 at 08:00AM We all know the Labrador Retriever is the most popular breed just about everywhere, including many big cities. But today, let’s do some clever match-making when it comes to city dogs. Meet … Continue reading You Can Read City Dogs: 5 Dog Breeds for 5 Major Metropolises
The following blog post Fred Beckey (1923–2017) was originally published to Elevation Outdoors Magazineon November 01, 2017 at 07:09AM The King Is Gone. But Fred Beckey Will Never Be Forgotten. By Cameron M. Burns The foremost pioneering climber in American history passed away October 30, 2017 in Seattle at the home of his best friend, … Continue reading You Can Read Fred Beckey (1923–2017)
I am! I am! I saw so many adorable low riders in Halloween get-ups on the internet yesterday. One day just doesn’t seem big enough to accommodate all of them, does it? Herewith, another helping of handsomely costumed Corgis. Enjoy! Remy Murray Thor Minnie Dorie Mortimer J. Fox … Continue reading Who’s Up for Another Day of Corgis In Cute Costumes?
How to Section Hike the Appalachian Trail People who section hike the Appalachian Trail, hike it a segment at a time, on weekends or whenever it’s convenient for them to get away for a few days. There’s no need to quit your job or school. While it’s not as glamorous or social as a thru-hike, … Continue reading How to Section Hike the Appalachian Trail: FAQ
When the snow gods are appeased by snack cakes burning Humans have made sacrifices to the gods since the beginning of time as we remember it. As we learned to wander up mountains and find our way back down again, we slowly crafted snowsports and with them came the quest for the perfect snow. This … Continue reading The Legend of the Twinkie Roast