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Jay Nelson

A few of my photos of the talented craftsman and artist, Jay Nelson, were feature in Outside Magazine’s article about van life. You can read the article here >


Cure Your Nature Deficit Here

Mohonk Preserve was named one of the five best city escapes nationwide by Outside magazine.

Only have an hour? Come to the Visitor Center for a friendly introduction to the Mohonk Preserve and the Shawangunks. 86 more words

All Loop-y

I’ve overdosed on running articles. For the past eighteen months, I’ve been getting Runner’s World again—something I do for a while every decade. I was tricked into this. 568 more words


Book Review: Into Thin Air

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Jon Krakauer is a mountaineer and writer of more than 5 books and a lot many magazine articles. While on an assignment for the Outside magazine in 1996, he wrote ‘Into Thin Air’ which went on to become one of his most famous books. 387 more words

Book Review

The Five Most Egregious Magazine Covers of 2016 (S0 Far)

There are now so many ways for a magazine to brand itself. There is, of course, the print edition. Even for the most digitally savvy publication, everything usually starts there. 918 more words


Grand Marais in race to be named America's 'Best Town'

Calling all Minnesotans: Grand Marais needs your help to be named America’s “Best Town.”

Outside Magazine’s annual contest to name the best town in the country is down to the quarter-final stage and Grand Marais is Minnesota’s only representative in the running. 190 more words


Body of Deceased Climbing Legend Alex Lowe Discovered On Shishapangma

Some people said that climbing with Alex Lowe was “cheating.” However, when Lowe and climbing partner and cameraman, David Bridges disappeared on Tibet’s 26,289′ Shishapangma back in October of 1999, the climbing community was left without a hero to bury. 254 more words

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