Bears Ears- Meet the Nat. Monument in the Cross Hairs

Outdoor Manufactures, Retailers, Outdoorists and Native Americans are on the Front Lines of this epic confrontation between the issues of Public Lands vs Commercial Energy Extraction.  Public Lands are in danger at this moment in history.  For well over a 1,000 years these lands (Bears Ears) have been protected and preserved by the Native American […]

Outdoorists take the Outdoors Seriously

To tell you the truth, we all have a deep love and respect for the Outdoors.  Each of us has “outdoor gear” especially for that personal form of Outdoor Experience.  Whether it be exploring, trekking, kayaking, hunting, fishing, snowboarding and snowshoeing; we could go on and on listing the outdoor activities we cherish and love. […]

Ft. Collins, Colorado- “My Kind of Town”

If you have never heard of this town, in the Northern Front Range of The Rocky Mountains, the question becomes “Where have you been hiding”?  Ft Collins is a historic mid-nineteenth century settlement, commissioned in 1864, becoming a military outpost to protect the people migrating West during the Indian Wars (Mid-1860’s) as well as protecting […]

Geocaching on The Great Western Trail

In the heart of Wayne County, Utah, five hearty souls take the challenge of searching for Caches on the Aquarius Plateau.  This plateau, appropriately defined for it’s many lakes, streams and forest pools (for those Millennials looking for a “forest pooling” area).  The Forest Service mapped the plateau in the 1920’s and 30’s, improved roadways […]

A Challenge for Life Renewed- Two Knee Replacements and Successfully Climbing to the Top of the World cherishes the discovery of “Stories” by Outdoorists that inspires others to challenge one’s goals and dreams to accomplish benchmarks in our life’s journey.  Greg P.’s story will motivate Baby Boomers and Millennials on the same scale. Greg has been an Outdoorist all of his adult life, enjoying the Great Outdoors as his playground for […]

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