Sunday, June 14, 2015

Fresh, June 14

 USGS:  The World's Water.  The globe image is meant to show how much actual water exists.  Read this...


 RootsRated:  High Rock Lookout.  High Rock Lookout, built as a fire lookout in 1925, is truly one of the most spectacular places to stand and gaze at the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.  Read this...


 The Toast:  You Think You Have Time: Hiking the Lowest to Highest Trail.  The only thing I know for sure, the one thing I can really hold in my hands, is that one day I'll be gone, as will all of this.  Read this...


 YourAlberta:  How to properly use bear spray.  (Except maybe for the singing.)  Read this...


 National Geographic:  2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, Part II.  First-prize winner will receive an eight-day photo expedition for two, to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal.  Read this...


 The New Yorker:  Slide Show: Secret Lives of the Serengeti.  Does it look more like a cat or more like a cow? Does it have spots or does it have stripes?  Read this...


 Peta Pixel:  The American Southwest in B&W.  A 2,500-mile photographic journey through some of America's most scenic national parts.  Read this...


 Idaho Trails Association:  Fuel up for the trail.  I am going to re-hash the old weight versus taste argument.  Read this...


 Patagonia Travel:  Patagonia  Is ice hiking at Perito Moreno the ultimate Argentine Patagonia experience?  Read this...


 The Ultralight Hiker:  Cuben tape.  It works INSTANTLY.  Read this...


 Andrew Skurka:  Dinner Idea: Thai Peanut Noodles.  The sauce is worthy of at-home use.  Read this...


 Walking With Wired:  A Reunion On The Beach.  There are a lot of logistics for this short of a trail, but it's said to be one of the best trails in the country.  Read this...


 National Geographic:  Gear of the Year: Spring/Summer 2015.  Outdoor gear doesn't just improve, it keeps getting dramatically better.  Read this...


 New Hampshire Public Radio:  Where The Wild Things Reign - Hiking The Cohos Trail.  With more than 4000 miles of hiking trails, it's not too hard to get away from it all here in New Hampshire.  Read this...


 King5:  Paddy the adventure kitty hikes NW trails.  "Paddy enjoys meeting other trail goers, even dogs."  Read this...


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