Adventure

Edible Gold

by WenOut Staff Sherri Schneider, sent us a short missive concerning the Shangri-La of ‘shrooms’  sprouting from the slopes of close by hills and from the loams of local dales. She wrote: “Hey….with all thi... Read More...

Lessons of the Nearly Crippled

Lessons of the Nearly Crippled             by: Andy Dappen It was DAD (Dawn and Dusk) Patrol Wednesday. Matt Dahlgreen and I had embarked on one of those trips our wives envision as a picture of Hell rat... Read More...

A Walk In The Clouds

Twin Peaks, looking ominous before the onslaught of winter A Walk In The Clouds by Glen Carlson So, I roam this dock of late fall, building upon my perverse desire to be lashed by snowflakes or pelted with... Read More...

New Traditions

Joanna Davis checking out the view at Clara Lake New Traditions by Keri Davis In the fall, I typically head for the high country to see the larches at peak color. There are few things better than the combi... Read More...

One Resolution

The Steeres skiing Mission Ridge One Resolution by Molly Steere I'm THAT person. The one who always has the predictable "get more organized," and "lose weight" on her list of New Year's resolutions. I sho... Read More...

Dream Job

What makes time stand still for you? What is something that makes you feel in the present moment? For this Alaska grizzly guide, being in nature with grizzly bears is what makes him feel alive and very happy. I... Read More...

Stuart Range Traverse

    See a PDF version of this story with more photos. Stuart Range Traverse (September 10-11, 2011) by Mike Rolfs On a warm weekend in early September, Aaron Simmons and I set out from Ingalls Lak... Read More...

The Colors of Touring

The Colors of Touring by Andy Dappen My daughter paints in oils. One of her paintings on the living room mantle of a goat’s face, looks realistic from a distance but is swatch book of color when examined cl... Read More...