Sunday, December 14, 2014

Fresh, December 14

 Astronomy Picture of the Day:  Moondog Night.  Light from a last quarter Moon illuminates clouds above the mountaintop domes of Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson, Arizona.  Read this...


 Bill Moss:  Bill Moss: Fabric Artist & Designer by Marilyn Moss.  enter the world of BILL MOSS through the eyes of MARILYN MOSS, his former wife and business partner. Here she introduces the book that explores the creative mind and story behind a shelter revolution ignited by Bill Moss (1923 - 1994).  Read this...


 Photos By Griffin:  Photographer based in Seattle, WA.  (See it.)  Read this...


 Oregon Exploration:  Enchanted Valley — Olympic National Park.  In this episode we are headed into Washington to an unspoiled valley deep within Olympic National Forest.  Read this...


 Keith Foskett:  A Dependable Classic — The Tarptent Contrail Review.  We Brits seem to love them as well although I've only seen a handful of their shelters in the UK.  Read this...


 BrawnyView:  Trip Report-Gila Wilderness in December.  New Mexico in December? Bring warm clothes and rain gear.  Read this...


 Karen K. Wang Photography:  Whistler, B.C., August 28th, 2014.  Please be aware of the million photos that are in this post... so many things happened that I just couldn't leave out.  Read this...


 Walks With Moss:  Webhill Lookout.  3 mile round trip up an old logging road to the site of a long gone lookout.  Read this...


 Banana Pants' Trails:  Cold wave & Gila Canyon.  As soon as we reached the river, we were overwhelmed by the dimension of the canyon.  Read this...


 Longwalks And Dirty Socks:  CDT in 3 minutes.  Some random clips taken while walking the CDT...with musak!  Read this...


 paknhf:  Pacific Crest Trail -- Colorado Trail -- Continental Divide Trail.  (Photo blog.)  Read this...


 Bedrock & Paradox:  The big pack.  Not long after I started building packs from scratch I started packrafting, and realized in a hurry a truly large pack was a good idea.  Read this...


 Walking Womad:  Teaching my first lightweight backpacking course.  I got to teach my favorite subject: lightweight backpacking!!!  Read this...


  Hike It. Like It.:  ULA Circuit.  Hiked It. Liked It.  Read this...


 Trail Kit:  Body Hair.  Some combination of my genes made it such that hair grows on my body like the amazon rainforest, creating a veritable canopy, under which all sorts of fascinating and horrible creatures can thrive.  Read this...


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