Somebody needs to tell the Southeast United States that Bigfoot is a West Coast thang. Blue Ridge Outdoors, an Outdoor Adventure Media partner of OTM recently ran a story on bigfoot sightings in the Southeast. Here’s a link to some of their alleged bigfoot video. See for yourself. You can also go here to read […]
– John Speare over at Cycling Spokane blog has an excellent recap of the Midnight Century. Sounds brutal and euphoric. There’s also a nice shot of the new bike racks at The Scoop. – MetroSpokane blog has a cool write-up of SpokeFest and a first look at a new Browne’s Addition bike shop.
My four-year-old has graduated from trailer to trail-a-bike add-on tandem. She calls it her big girl bike. We never had any problems with it until this morning. We were at a stoplight on the up slope of a hill waiting for the light to change. It turned green. I pedaled forward. Bomp. Then loud crying.
For the first time the annual Washington State Trails Conference will be coming to the Spokane Convention Center. This great event comes at pivotal time for trails advocacy. Motorized or non-motorized? To fund of not to fund? Transportation or recreation? Off limits to cycling or not? There are no shortage of important issues facing our
Full disclosure: I love Metallica. Growing up metal in Spokane they were always one of my favorite bands. The impact of their first four records is still being felt. So I was dismayed to read a report in the SF Chronicle about James Hetfield erecting a big fence to block trail access in through his
Citizens in Ferry County who are trying to save some trails from ATV traffic have moved their fight in to the legal realm. Here’s an update from the quiet communities coalition: LEGAL CHALLENGE UPDATE QUIET COMMUNITIES COALITION In February 2008, Quiet Communities Coalition (“QCC”) filed suit against Ferry County and its Commissioners, challenging the legality
A couple weeks ago I visited Orcas Island in the San Jauns and took the picture above. When I first saw the creature I thought it was an escaped goat. Turns out it’s just a little white-speckled Bambi. I have never seen a deer like this. I asked my friend Jerry, a resident of the
Literature and running go together like . . . peanutbutter and chocolate? If you’re world famous writer Haruki Murakami they do. It’s not everyday that one of the world’s most heralded writer’s does a memoir dedicated to outdoor recreation so we thought send you this link to the New York Times review of What I
Though it’s been sold out for months this Sunday’s West Plains Wunder Woman Triathlon in Medical Lake will still be fun to watch. (The race’s 700 entries sold out in February.) CHER will be on hand to offer free BMI screenings to anyone who wants one from 9am to 12 noon.