Author: Justin Housman

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Surfing As Jazz

Surfing As Jazz

Devon Howard used to be considered a throwback in the surf world. When everyone was consumed with riding Formula-1 level performance boards, [...]
Eric and the Bees

Eric and the Bees

Healing in nature takes all forms. Even honeycombs. Source Link [...]
It’s Entirely Too Hot Out West, So Here’s Some Night Skiing to Cool Things

It’s Entirely Too Hot Out West, So Here’s Some Night Skiing to Cool Things

Two of our favorite things right now—nighttime and snow—to cool things down in the Great Western Furnace. Source Link [...]
New Mexico Courts Rule Public Can Wade on Streambeds Over Private Property

New Mexico Courts Rule Public Can Wade on Streambeds Over Private Property

Back in March the New Mexico Supreme Court told the state Game Commission get could not issue regulations allowing private property owners to clo [...]
A River Runs Through It (Luxembourg Edition)

A River Runs Through It (Luxembourg Edition)

It’s been said many times before but it bears repeating: if you’re fly fishing (for trout at least), you’re in a beautiful place. Trout only [...]
The Sometimes Unlikely Partnerships Forged by Mountain Bikes

The Sometimes Unlikely Partnerships Forged by Mountain Bikes

Different communities with different legacies, differing challenges, and differing terrain all have something in common: people who love bik [...]
Little Cottonwood Canyon Poised to Get a Big Ole’ Gondola

Little Cottonwood Canyon Poised to Get a Big Ole’ Gondola

Utah’s transportation authorities have been puzzling over how to deal with snarled traffic heading up Little Cottonwood Canyon on State Route 210 [...]
The Spookiest of Trail Runs

The Spookiest of Trail Runs

What scares you out on the trail? Source Link [...]
This Is Why We Can’t Climb Nice Things

This Is Why We Can’t Climb Nice Things

On July 22 this year, 145 people summited K2 in one day. So far, at least 200 people have reached the top in 2022. Until this year, only about 30 [...]
Spellbinding Drone Footage Over Everest

Spellbinding Drone Footage Over Everest

Huh. We’d have thought 30,000 feet would have been well, well above the operational ceiling of a drone anyon [...]
Searching For Waves Along a Frigid Freshwater Coast

Searching For Waves Along a Frigid Freshwater Coast

It’s hard to explain why it is, but we’ll always be fascinated by Great Lakes surfing. It’s not the novelty, because there are legitimate qu [...]
Another REI Store Votes to Unionize

Another REI Store Votes to Unionize

Labor is having a string of victories on the retail and fulfillment side in recent years and employees at another REI location, following a NYC R [...]
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