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Guest Post: Backcountry Babes and Betties

Guest Post:  Backcountry Babes and Betties

 A while back I got a chance to “cyber-meet” Heather Kern, the founder of Backcountry Babes and Betties, a meet-up group for Seattle women to get outside together and play – moms and non-moms, young and old, lifelong athletes and ladies just getting started.  I was both intrigued by as well as jealous of this group, and Heather and I began emailing back and forth.  I found her story rather inspiring, so I asked her if she would be willing to share her story in a guest post.  Read on to learn how Heather got the idea for Backcountry Babes…Read the rest of this entry →

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Guest Post on The Outdoor Adventure Blog

Guest Post on The Outdoor Adventure Blog

Folks that know me are probably aware that it really gets on my nerves when other people tout climbing as a sport for only extreme, thrill-seeking, adrenaline junkie uber-athletes.  I think one of the best parts about climbing is that due to the many different types and styles of climbing, there’s more than enough room for responsible, safety-conscious, mere mortals like myself and the majority of my climbing friends.  So when Paul Osborn over at The Ourdoor Adventure Blog asked me to do a “Climbing 101″ post for his readers, I of course jumped on the chance to dispel some common misconceptions that…Read the rest of this entry →

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Adventure Tykes Guest Post

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So my fellow outdoor advocates over at Adventure Tykes are taking a family vacation to Death Valley National Park for a hiking and camping extravaganza to celebrate their 2 year old son’s birthday.  Lucky guy…poor Cragbaby turns 1 this weekend and all he gets is a lousy party with family and friends.  Cut us some slack though – we just got finished moving across the state a couple of weeks ago and are moving across town in a couple more when we close on our new house.  Plus, its not like anyone could accuse Cragbaby of being a housebound hermit…Read the rest of this entry →

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