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Those of us who live in Wyoming find long road trips to be undaunting, even familiar. Spending four hours driving from one part of the state to another isn’t unusual.
OWAA’S Circle of Chiefs lost a member April 16, with the death of Robert (Bob) Lindholm, 82, of Lindsborg, Kansas.
Sheila Link, OWAA’S first woman president, died March 30, just a few months short of her 95th birthday.
Carmen M. Alex is a scientist, writer and photographer. She is especially concerned with the sustainability of our natural resources and the preservation of wilderness areas in the U.S. and abroad. Alex received a bachelor’s of science in geophysics from UC Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in earth science from UC Santa Cruz. After 20 …
I slipped out of our room at Rifugio Carestiato hours before breakfast was served. I didn’t want to miss it. The lightning close enough to touch, sonorous thunder and toad choking rain enveloped the rifugio.
A television commercial in frequent rotation these days shows masked robbers smashing into a bank lobby.
Matt Miller has this memory: he’s sitting on the floor of his grandfather’s home, waiting. And waiting. And waiting.
John Gierach is likely the only person who can send just about anything in and have it published.
Kelsey Roseth and Calvin Vick received this year’s Madson Fellowships. The fellowship is an annual grant program through OWAA that funds continuing education for outdoor communicators, both members and nonmembers.