Posts Tagged ‘hike’

I have to admit, I thought the wearable sleeping bag thing was ridiculous when they came on the market a year (or so) ago. It just looked hokey. Definitely not a “real” sleeping option. BUT, when I had the opportunity to try out a Selk’Bag Patagon for the #EpicDangerRoadTrip, I was intrigued enough to say […]


My good friend Stuart and I embarked on a quest to search out and explore some of the most dangerous hikes and trails in the Blue Ridge Mountain area of the Appalachians last week for Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. We traveled to Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia & Kentucky and found a couple of the toughest […]


#ORInsightLab

06Nov13

  I’m super excited to be a part of the winter gear testing team for Outdoor Research this year! I will be trying out three new apparel pieces and posting photos, thoughts and feedback here, on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. So be on the lookout for the #ORInsightLab hashtag… you’ll be seeing it a lot. […]


I am super excited to announce a great travel opportunity this summer. Dr. John All (who I went to Perú with last year) & I are leading a Study Away course combining John’s Geography coursework and my Photo mind called US National Parks Study Away. As you can guess, we spend out time traversing the […]


Shanty Hollow

27Oct10

As Autumn is in full swing here in Kentucky, I took a few hours over the weekend to hike & climb around Shanty Hollow Lake. With our drought, there was very little water in a small slot canyon feature, which made for fun exploring!