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Explore the End of Summer: 4 Late Season Hikes in the Northwest with the WTA

Posted September 10, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Washington Trails Association is a member-supported nonprofit that works to protect trails and promote hiking in Washington through volunteer trail maintenance, education and advocacy, and inspiring the next generation of hikers. Learn more at wta.org.   Labor Day weekend is past and the days are getting shorter, so it may seem like prime hiking season is drawing to a close. But photos in…

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Giving it All to the River: Fly Fishing the Sierras with Elias Carlson

Posted September 4, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel, Way of Life
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The massive trout rose gently from a deep shadow between the boulders. A muscular shimmer in the green water. It seemed unconcerned with the unusual strength of the tiny nymph in its jaws which dragged it slowly towards the surface. For a split-second the three of us froze. Then the size of the fish registered and our hearts kicked into…

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To The Top of Texas with Photographer Philip Anderson Edsel

Posted August 29, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Amidst the vast, monochromatic plains of West Texas, there rises up from of the arid earth a mountain range, seemingly out of nowhere. The Guadalupe Mountains span the border of New Mexico and Texas, and are home to one of the largest underground caverns in America, as well as the tallest peak in Texas. Photographer and musician Philip Anderson Edsel…

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Filson Field Guide: Exploring Glacier National Park

Posted August 8, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Eric Bowley & Ben Schuyler are explorers of the Pacific Northwest. Eric currently devotes most of his time indoors to handcrafting silver spoon rings. Ben manages a coffee shop in Edmonds, WA. Both share a love for the outdoors and exploring the wild landscapes where they live. Ben recounts, “As a young boy, I was fortunate to have a family…

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Filson Field Guide: Spend a Weekend in the Olympic National Forest

Posted July 23, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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With longer days and the pseudo-certain promise of sunlight, the Northwest truly comes alive in the summer. The myriad lakes, rivers, valleys, trails and mountains beck and call rain-weary residents with relentless vigor. In this incredible area, with only a weekend’s worth of time, you can secure a great amount of outdoor adventure with just a little bit of planning.…

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Reflections on a Rhode Island Ramble: Fly Fishing with Forest Woodward

Posted May 13, 2014
· Filed In: Fly Fishing, Happenings, Sporting, Travel
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I grew up in the mountains of North Carolina. At the age of one I was fortunate to meet my best friend Jacob, and over the course of the next 26 years we have had countless misadventures. Emphasis on the mis. When Jacob came to visit me in the spring of this year, we decided to load up my old…

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Wagons West: Exploring Palo Duro Canyon with Tyler Sharp

Posted April 21, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Ranching, Travel, Way of Life
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Tyler Sharp is a documentary photographer, writer, and filmmaker based out of Dallas, Texas. Traveling extensively on assignment, he has filmed and photographed a myriad of cultures and landscapes, and slept under the stars in some of the most remote regions of the world.  Today, Tyler explores Palo Duro Canyon, the “Grand Canyon of Texas,” on a spring camping trip…

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Peter Marshall Sets Out to Retrace 1905 Historic Canoe Route

Posted April 10, 2014
· Filed In: Travel, Way of Life
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Since he was 16, Peter Marshall has paddled some 7,500 miles through remote regions of Canada and has been on two expeditions that have lasted over 120 days. He holds advanced degrees in Classics and English literature and is currently working on a film that will document an expedition set to retrace Mina Hubbard’s historic 1905 canoe route. More information…

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Winter Camping in the Eastern Sierras with Farhad Samari

Posted March 17, 2014
· Filed In: Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Farhad was born in Iran, raised in southern California, and lives and works in Los Angeles. His love for photography grew out of his interest in all things creative. His intuitive style is a mixture of fine art and photojournalism. Combining his passion for music, cinema, architecture, painting, travel, nature and timeless style, he creates intimate portraits that tell a…

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Frozen Rockies and The Treasure State with Tyson Edwards

Posted February 5, 2014
· Filed In: Depth In The Field, Happenings, Travel, Way of Life
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Tyson Edwards is a photographer based in the Northwest that loves capturing nature and beautiful landscapes. Through his photography, he tells the story of life’s great adventure.   January isn’t particularly the most popular time to visit the Canadian Rockies. Reason being, it is the coldest time of year. I mean very cold, subzero temperatures. You might then ask why…

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