Yo! It’s science!

Many years ago, on my first mountain biking trip to Moab, I was standing on the top of a crazy steep rock face, dotted with paint that clearly indicated the trail. It looked vertical, how could I ride a bike down that? “Basic physics,” is what my friends said. Okay, fine. I never took physics, but it sounded reasonable. And, after looking at it a while, down I rolled. Fast, fun and eye-opening. Science meets an open mind. I was

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Getting Remote In South East Oregon

Steens Mountains

Spring break, a week to seek out sunshine in the desert or at the beach! We decided to risk it and head west and north to see what we could see. Driving across Nevada often feels like looping deja vu. Up a mountain pass, down a mountain pass, across a valley and repeat. Typically there are clear skies, sagebrush as far as you can see, semi trucks, mini vans, the occasional highway patrol. Last week we drove west through wind, snow,

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The Why

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote How to Adventure. Here are a few reasons why… Stars: If you are far enough away from a city on a moonless night, tucked into a canyon or perched on a mesa, you will not believe how many stars there are. So many, it can be hard to find the few constellations you might know, and space doesn’t look vast and empty at all, but cluttered with tiny dots of light. Time: When

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