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Mud Season

  All that remains from a surprise day of great skiing. After hiking up for 45 minutes, we were rewarded with some February like conditions in April. No time to take photos while skiing, but enough to capture the last tracks   Skiing the Teton Pass is a bucket list item – a must do …

RR: Sugarhill 2014 – Spring’s Arrival

The arrival of a late spring coincided with the first mountain biking race here in Maryland.  Adventure for the Cure’s Sugar Hill Race at Patapsco State Park was my first mountain bike race last year – making it a perfect kick-off for this year.  A lot had changed in the past year – most importantly …

Getting Janky in Vail

We arrived in Denver eager with anticipation.  We pulled out a solid crew for this year with Sickone, RKelly, Wonda, Deuces, and myself meeting up Chaos, Odi, and a surprise appearance of Mr. Landauer.  It had been a year since most of us had skied together, and even longer since we had skied with Joe …

UgandaB2B: Entering the Mouth of the Nile

The Nile River.  A mythical beast I learned about in grade school:  an exotic beast of a river and the power behind the Egyptian empire’s great rise to power.  When I booked my flight for our trip across Uganda, I knew the Nile flew through Uganda, but nothing else.  After some research, I learned that …

Lionheart 24-hr AR

 24 hours.  A full day. A long time to do anything (stay awake, sleep, you name it), but an especially long time to be active.  Ever since I had first heard about adventure races and found out there were 24-hr races, it was a goal.  Something about racing through the dark, racing through sunrise, was …

Turn Up the Epic

Sometimes, things just line up and epic things happen.  K-Dawg and myself both have pretty busy schedules that makes it rare for us to have open weekends line-up.  However when they do aline, this always makes these weekends extra fun.  This past weekend was no different.  I met up with Chris Friday night and even …