Creating My Own Hunting Heritage: Finding Confidence Through Bowhunting

By guest blogger, Stephanie Vu The first time I heard an elk bugle I thought I was going to die. I was solo overnight-ing the Pawnee-Buchanan Pass Loop in Colorado with my two dogs and had settled down for camp about 11 miles in when I heard that ubiquitous noise. Β  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vmhkX1kYoI4   Was it…Read more Creating My Own Hunting Heritage: Finding Confidence Through Bowhunting

Carrying My Own Weight: A Self-Proclaimed Weakling’s Journey to the Wilderness

By guest blogger, Anna K. When I was growing up, my family took camping trips every summer. At first we would go to large campgrounds with big groups of people and families from our neighborhood. They were the kind of campgrounds where there were designated campsites with parking spots, a water spit, and indoor bathrooms…Read more Carrying My Own Weight: A Self-Proclaimed Weakling’s Journey to the Wilderness

Touring Mont Blanc with the BFF: Celebrating Female Friendship and Badassery.

Two women. Twenty(ish) mountain passes. One hundred miles. And a lot of cheese. * "Sitting up here, I feel immensely proud of what we just did," Kirstin said as she looked down the valley and pointed to a mountain far in the distance, "I can't believe we came from all the way over there." "Me…Read more Touring Mont Blanc with the BFF: Celebrating Female Friendship and Badassery.