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Cicerone Pocket First Aid and Wilderness Medicine Review

This longstanding and highly acclaimed book, now in its 11th edition, should be required reading for anyone venturing into remote areas.
Wilderness travel involves a degree of risk. 551 more words

Review

Fall Colors at High Cliff State Park

I’ve checked another one of Wisconsin’s Natural Wonders off the list this year! Three in one year isn’t bad – maybe I can knock out the next four next year?  683 more words

Northeast Wisconsin

Ebb and flow

Watching the yellow field flow
Against the wind
It bends easily in all directions
But it does not break.
The rocks are red and jagged… 66 more words

Emotions

Protect! Wasatch National Monument TODAY for Tomorrow

The Wasatch mountains are an iconic landscape, home to numerous species of plants and animals, host to millions upon millions of recreational visits every year, are the primary source of drinking water for over 1 million people, and form the picturesque skyline framing the most populated areas of the State of Utah. 822 more words

Public Land Stewardship And Forest Management

Nothing Better

Rain streaks the windows, a melodious tap marks the origin of the leak near the fireplace. In the loft it’s cold, the fire’s warming prescence muffled by the stairs and small hallway. 570 more words

A Misnomer, if Ever There was One

“Just beyond the pass the trail, ‘plainly marked by scars left on the rocks by thousands of cleated shoes,’ descended to Crater Lake. After the backbreaking climb to the pass, most people were glad to descend. 545 more words