Citico

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 (If you didn’t get to see the last post recapping our France excursion, scroll down for details) The Mayor, aka my brother Todd, is back in TN for good.  So first order of business was for us, upon my return … Continued

Paris, A Moveable Feast

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Hemingway coined this phrase in the 1920s as he, along with other malcontents now regarded as the “lost generation” found their voices in the heart of the “city of lights”. I took this photograph riding the RER train across the Seine. … Continued

The French Alps

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Long ago, in another century, I made sojourns to this place of beauty in search of long, groomed runs and off piste bliss.  Now with the dollar on par with the Euro and an amazing airfare of $500 to Paris, … Continued

Six Degrees of Mountaineering Separation

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(This article contains bold clickable links) When the KNS published a story about my friend Alan Arnette’s fall descending Twin Sisters peak several weeks ago (be sure to click the link, it actually shows him getting blown sideways) , it brought … Continued

Moco Mojo

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There is plenty of unhiked terrain at Frozen Head and we are getting it in prior to the imposition of a tax to backpack there set to implement April 1.  Recognize this guy?  Yep, it is Licklog, aka Rev. Grady. … Continued

Old Settlers, yet again Feb 17-19

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Yes, we went back for two nights, Friday and Saturday.  I finished the long part of that section along with Myers and Rob. Those were needed second lap miles for me and first lap for Rob.  We walked the 11.6 … Continued

Freezing Frozen Head’s Backcountry Tax

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http://www.morgancountynews.net/content/county-opposes-frozen-head-park-fee Last night I was proud to stand with fellow SFW members, Myers Morton, Gregg Bostick, Laurel Dunn and Scott Noethen as we presented our concerns about the Frozen Head Backcountry Fee set to implement April 1 before the Morgan … Continued