To Blog or Not

Posted by on Jan 5, 2011 in Outdoor | 9 Comments

I came across this rather accurate insight at Dave’s blog: It’s amazing that blogs even exist any more. Facebook and Twitter are the Fast Food Nation of thought. Who wouldn’t rather take 15 seconds to spout something off instead of the hours it takes to write a decent blog entry? Bloggers are the resistance, and […]

2010 Favorites (Part 5)

Posted by on Dec 22, 2010 in Bike, Moab, Photos | 3 Comments

There were few days in 2010 better than the one I spent on the White Rim. The photo below is one of my favorites from that trip. The enormity, and the vast and remote nature of the canyon lands is manifest stark, and obvious. I don’t know that I could ever grow tired of the […]

How To: Dawn Patrol

Posted by on Dec 17, 2010 in How To, Ski | 5 Comments

There is nothing inherently complex about a Dawn Patrol. And yes, despite Dug’s insistence to the contrary, I will now, and forever, use that term. Step 1: Get up absurdly early and hike up a mountain. Step 2: Keep hiking. Step 3: Hike a little more. And enjoy the sunrise. Step 4: Stop hiking. Commiserate with friends about the […]

Photos and Cross

Posted by on Nov 15, 2010 in Bike, Photos | 3 Comments

The UTCX series will take a week off this Saturday, November 20th. But that doesn’t mean you have to take a week off from ‘cross. Come race the Clammy Cross at Art Dye Park in American Fork. I ride a lot at Art Dye Park, and it should make for a very fun cyclocross course. […]

Slideshow (Photos)

Posted by on Nov 11, 2010 in Outdoor, Photos | No Comments

Featured – Images by Adam Lisonbee

Black and White (Photos)

Posted by on Nov 9, 2010 in Outdoor, Photos | 10 Comments

Experimentations with black and white.

The Knuckle Dragger

Posted by on Mar 19, 2010 in Photos, Ski | 2 Comments

The moment I took this photo I knew that it would some day need to be made into a baseball card. Today is that day.


Posted by on Mar 17, 2010 in Photos, Ski | 3 Comments

I never tire of looking at Mt. Superior. There is, quite simply, no bad angle on it. Although, I would guess that possibly the best angle, would be the one enjoyed by the skiers in this amazing film clip. An angle that I fully intend to witness first hand… but not likely this season.

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