• Here Comes Spring!

    I don’t know about you but spring cannot come soon enough. Its not that it has been a particularly bad winter in SC, but my spirit longs to get out on the trail. In fact, my spirit can’t wait. Here comes spring!

    Here Comes Spring!
  • Traveling in a Crowd Takes Flexibility

    Thank the Lord Christmas 2014 has come and gone. Presents are open, the house is clean and all that is left to do is lose this extra five pounds around my midsection.

    Traveling in a Crowd Takes Flexibility
  • Bryce Canyon: What is a Hoodoo?

    No trip for me is worthwhile if I can’t pursue NPS cancellation stamps. I collected nine on this trip, which by the way qualifies as a stampgasism, and none represents a more beautiful place than Bryce Canyon National Park in southern Utah.

    Bryce Canyon: What is a Hoodoo?
  • Riding The Wave

    I’ve been slow to post but Leegs, S-Man, HDH and I just returned from a six day trip to Southern Utah and Northern Arizona. Work piled up while I was gone but let me tell you, the Escalante area is one of America’s treasures. And the crown jewel is The Wave.

    Riding The Wave
Here Comes Spring!

Here Comes Spring!

I don’t know about you but spring cannot come soon enough. Its not that it has been a particularly bad winter in SC, but my spirit longs to get out on the trail. In fact, my spirit can’t wait. Here comes spring!

USLT and the Adams

USLT and the Adams

Last week Crazy Leegs and I attended the annual meeting of one of my clients, the Upper Savannah Land Trust. USLT is a wonderful organization that has conserved over 36,000 acres of land in South Carolina’s western Piedmont with only part time staff and a well coordinated volunteer effort. Lead by Wallace Wood, USLT is a(…)

Graffiti at 40 Acre Rock

Graffiti at 40 Acre Rock

Last weekend Crazy Leegs and I visited the superb 40 Acre Rock Nature Preserve in Lancaster County.

Outdoor Rescue: Should the Public Pay?

Outdoor Rescue: Should the Public Pay?

Don’t ask me where I have been. Let’s say I have been busy and Outsideeasy has suffered. People like us should not have to work.

To the Aurora Borealis or Not

To the Aurora Borealis or Not

Instead of venturing into the wild, as someone recently criticized me over, Leegs and I have decided to spend our spring vacation in cities. Cold cities at that, as this May Crazy Leegs and I are visiting Denmark and Norway in a Scandinavian vacation with a lot of promise.