Mountain Equipment

23 May 19
Archy news nety

At the beginning of this year, employees managing Patagonia's social media accounts noticed something strange. The brand was repeatedly photographed in pop-up bars in ski cities around Colorado. "Is that you?" Customers asked. These pop-ups with their reclaimed wood decor were filled with people in brand shirts and puff coats with the word "Patagonia." emblazoned […]

23 May 19
Camping World

Glacier National Park is located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains right at the U.S. and Canada border. It’s often called the “Crown of the Continent” and is one of the most photogenic of all the national parks. With the park’s abundance of beautiful landscapes and wildlife, it’s truly a paradise for nature lovers. Why Visit Glacier […]

23 May 19
Sketch Media Solutions

Blackmagic URSA Mini 4.6K EF The world’s lightest handheld Super 35 digital film camera!  Introducing URSA Mini, a lightweight miniaturized URSA featuring an incredible 4.6K Super 35 image sensor with global shutter and a massive 15 stops of dynamic range! The super compact and lightweight design is perfectly balanced for handheld use and comfortable enough […]

23 May 19
A wanderful life

Torres del Paine is apparently on a lot of people’s bucket list. I have to admit that it was not on mine. The park is famous for its huge mountains, its glaciers and the general beauty of its landscapes. Even though the treks are the most famous activities in Torres del Paine, the 200000 hectares […]

23 May 19
Deer Mountain Notes

Friends, after spending several hours thinking very hard on our DM Ambulance Service dilemma the Chief and Board keep warning us about, we have come to the conclusion that the first step the Board needs to do to solve this problem is to to sell the Chiefmobile, We know it breaks your hearts to hear […]

23 May 19
Weapons and Warfare

The lembos (Lat. Lembus, Plautus, Mercator, I, 2,81 and II, 1,35) was an Illyrian fast ship, probably originally used in piracy and very important for the Romans for its carrying capacity of men, equipment and booty. It could be open and aphract, with a strong ramming capacity and rowed at two levels (biremis). From this […]

23 May 19
Breaking The Ice - Survival in the Extreme

Can you record the sound of silence? This problem puzzles me as I stand and gaze at the view. Far in the distance the dog-toothed mountain of Uummannaq shimmers in the heat haze whilst around me an enormous amphitheatre of towering ice-carved fjords converge into a single, deep sapphire-blue fjord in which a jumbled mass […]

23 May 19
Cerebral-Overload

DOVER, N.J., May 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Planning a fishing trip, golf outing or long weekend in the mountains? Wondering what gear to bring along? Look no further than the PRO TREK Smart WSD-F30 from Casio America, Inc. Much like its predecessors, the WSD-F30 comes equipped with the hallmark features PRO TREK Smart fans have come to know and love along with […]

23 May 19
Noise Not Music

This is another release that took me a while to both get my hands on and fully process (pun intended). Constant Linear Velocity is a recording of British sound artist Stephen Cornford’s ambitious installation of the same name, which has since been lost in transit. In line with the defiance of waste permanence that is central to […]

23 May 19
sóvai

As I’m running out of time I decided to start testing my equipment making trips around Portugal. My first one was a 3 days ride from Figueira da Foz to Lisbon. I’ve brought with me 3 months worth of equipment, including lots of food, clothes, electronics, camping materials and 12L of water. In total 40kg. […]

23 May 19
News Directory

OAK HILL, W.Va. – The newest addition to local attractions in the Blue River area commenced on Tuesday during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Needleseye Boulder Park in Fayette County. The 283-acre site was purchased through a partnership involving the City of Oak Hill and the West Virginia Land Trust, which received a grant from […]

23 May 19
Saguache Today

On May 6 Mountain Valley School hosted a Career Fair organized by HEART of Saguache/KV. HEART Initiatives Organizer, Miracle Gomez and MVS School Counsellor, Lisa Powers were instrumental in making this event come together. Turnout was strong, with more than 60 students from Mountain Valley School, Moffat School, and Crestone CHarter attending booths hosted by […]

23 May 19
Art4YHWH

This all will depend on whether or not you agree with the Biblical Creation model. You don’t have to. The choice is yours. Know this though: IT TAKES MORE FAITH TO BELIEVE IN A UNIVERSE OF CHANCEFUL NOTHINGNESS THAN TO BELIEVE A PURPOSFUL CREATER MADE IT. If you do believe in Biblical creationism, then you […]