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Photograph courtesy Crystal LovellOn March 25, Crystal Lovell will leave her home in McKinney, Texas–where she’s been sleeping in a Box Altitude tent to simulate the rarefied air at 18,000 feet–to fly to Kathmandu and climb Mount Everest. Sitting across from her in Houndstooth Coffee on Henderson Avenue, it’s hard to believe that the F45 fitness trainer only hiked her first...
Editor’s note:  Retired newsman Jerry Adams is hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) for a second time this summer.  Here’s an excerpted version of a longer post that’s available at at-grasshopper.com or on Facebook. By Jerry Adams, contributing editor MARCH 14, 2019  |  Taking an unexpected day off, wary of the weather and listening to my body and giving it a...
VAIL PASS — Aaron Tucker is strapping plastic bins atop his rumbling 2009 Prinoth Trooper snowcat"This is why I started all this," he says, cinching down the totes packed with tiny snowboard boots, jackets, diapers, blankets and camping supplies. "My wife and I love to backcountry snowmobile. When we had kids, we worried we would have to give...
If you're planning to hike the alluring network of cliffside trails that connect the picturesque Mediterranean villages of Italy's Cinque Terre National Park, do your wallet and feet a favor and leave the flip-flops and sandals at home. That's the warning from national park officials, who earlier this month announced a public information campaign urging people to choose proper...
life-style, travel, Still consider Townsville Peppers Blue on Blue Resort at Magnetic Island is open and operating business as usual as the region continues to strengthen after North Queensland’s recent flood. Situated on Magnetic Island, just off the Townsville coast, Peppers Blue on Blue Resort was fortunate to have only experienced minor cosmetic damage in and around the...
Daylight saving snowshoe hikeL.L. Bean is hosting the #SeizetheDaylight daylight saving snowshoe hike, taking advantage of the additional sunlight of daylight saving time. The Park City store is offering a free snowshoe hike in Round Valley, meeting up at Quinn's Trailhead at 10 a.m. The retailer is providing 15 pairs of snowshoes to demo for free on the...
Kids today are growing up on social media, which—as much as it connects us to others in new ways—seems to offer an endless frenzy of opportunities for self-promotion and self-absorption. Learning a habit of humility can be a peaceful counterbalance to help our kids remain kind and grounded. Researchers have identified two different aspects of humility. On...
Dollywoods thrilling 2019 season begins with one of the parks greatest Festival of Nations lineups ever! The event, which runs March 16-April 14, features exhilarating new headline shows, the return of the Passport to Foods and special cooking demonstrations, including opportunities to see world-renowned Chef Pepin whip up his favorite dishes. Guests can experience the spirit of...
HELLO. My name is Ross, and I’m a Munro bagger. For anyone who doesn’t know, a Munro is a Scottish mountain which is 3000 feet in height or higher. They are called Munros because it was Sir Hugh Munro who was the first person to produce a chartered list of mountains of that height back...
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