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Adventures in Wonderland

For some, the winter season presents a prime opportunity to stay inside, huddled under a blanket with a cup of steaming hot chocolate in hand. For others, the pull of the slopes is…

Confessions of a Winter Angler

Confessions of a Winter Angler

The seasons have changed and it is winter again. Most of my friends are unpacking their skis and snowboards from storage and praying for snow, myself included. But, I can’t wait for the…

Bikini Blues

7 Steps to Beating the Bikini Blues

Do you wish you were running around Costa Rica in your bikini? Are you craving warm humid weather and tasty tropical drinks while it’s cold and snowing outside? Do you have the winter…

Snow Camping, Rock Creek

Tips for Winter Camping

The first time I went winter camping I was cold—really cold. We slept in an old 3-season tent that had a broken door and we used our summer backpacking gear. I slept on…

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The Best Powder Day Ever

It was one of those characteristic bluebird powder days, the kind that Mammoth Mountain had over and over again in the 2005/06 season. That morning was particularly cold and the snow was sugary…

Razors

STOKE: Surfing Mammoth’s Snow

Standing atop Mt. Morgan South we enjoyed blissful silence. Weeks of relentless snowstorms blessed the Sierra last winter, and finally there was a break long enough to let the snow settle. The north-facing…

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And Then it Snowed

Well, I shouldn’t have been so fast to claim that Labor Day was the beginning of summer. Apparently, this year it is the beginning of Winter. Yes, that’s right – it snowed yesterday….

Just Say No: East Walker Winter Fishing

Just Say No: East Walker Winter Fishing

Talk to any serious fly fisher in the Eastern Sierra’s and they will tell you not to fish theEast Walkerin the winter months. Most have good, logical reasons like – the water levels…

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