I found myself in Alberta, Canada this summer and had to make a trip to Banff National Park. I met this guy David Postman there, a standup paddleboarder who had moved from city roots in Toronto to reconnect with nature and find more in life. He showed me around the lakes a bit and we […]
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I make it a point to head out to Moab, Utah at least once a year. It’s this crazy, moon-like desert that has everything imaginable to offer the outdoor enthusiast. This time we dropped into some of the various slot canyons just outside of town. One of the coolest things about shooting in canyons like […]
Ansel Adams said that, but I couldn’t help add my own caveat. Shot this from about 20ft overhead, rigged between two trees with static rope. Luckily I had a good crew to help get me up there, and more importantly stay up there until I was ready to come down. Thanks again guys!
This is becoming an annual post. Moab in the late spring tends to be pretty freaking fantastic weather-wise and it’s an outdoor paradise year-round. I made another camping trip there earlier this year – surprisingly no climbing or mountain biking this time, but I may have to make another trip later this year. We did […]
Last October, Will McGough (of Wake and Wander) and I got sent to cover a story about the bottle vs. the can in craft brewing. The obvious choice in Colorado being Oskar Blues in Longmont, who gets the credit for bringing good beer in a can to the US. I learned a lot talking with Dale (of […]