Posts filed under: Prose

As many of you know, 2017 is going to be a huge year for us. Ginormous even. We are setting out to hike the Appalachian Trail on February 3rd (weather...
Morgan and I both currently work for a local outdoors store in Birmingham, Alabama. I am the store manager for one of our locations and Morgan works in the ecommerce...
Life has looked a lot different for me the past few weeks. I often catch myself feeling overwhelmed by the constant influx of unstructured time I encounter, but as I...
Shakespeare wrote this play called As You Like It. One of the undergirding themes of the play has to do with what happens as humans move out from an urban...
Hello wonderful and faithful followers! We wanted to let you know of a special offer we have going on during the month of October! Grab the Gold (a rad company...
Did you ever build a fort out of sticks as a kid? Do you remember the sensation of bubbling creativity that accompanied the process? And how accomplished you felt when...
When I was a backpacking guide in Colorado, I remember one beautifully surprising trip. Our first day included a difficult 6 miles for the group up to base camp. After...
One of the most difficult struggles as a thru-hiker (whether for the AT, PCT,  or CDT), is finding sponsors. After months of trying to contact the “big name” companies and...
Alright guys, GREAT NEWS! We are now taking preorders for t-shirts!!!!! They are a polyester/cotton blend and will only be $28! Catch: we have to pre-sell at least 50 shirts...
I had a philosophy professor tell me once that there are two main types of questions: what-questions and why-questions. In this post we are addressing the ‘what’ of thru-hiking the Appalachian...