Despite the beautiful weather, my backpack bulged when I set up to shoot a skier coming down Tuckerman Ravine on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire.
December 2015/January 2016
It had been a while since I checked my voicemail and a bunch of messages had accumulated. For the most part they were mundane, but tucked in the middle was a pleasant surprise; would I like to go on a waterfowl/pheasant hunt familiarization (FAM) trip during prime time in North Dakota?
Mike Zlotnicki replaced Shane Townsend on OWAA’s Board of Directors, taking his spot in November.
At nearly 11,000 feet, the top of the Beartooth Highway winds through open alpine plateaus carpeted with a spectacular array of mountain wildflowers.
New Year’s is just around the corner and here at OWAA headquarters, we want to help you with your resolutions — at least the ones related to outdoor communication, you’ll have to tackle the eating better and exercising more on your own.
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