The next FBC Fiasco this Thursday: I’m pretty excited about this one and you should be, too. So go raid your closet for a flowery shirt or a grass skirt, and put on your favorite Luau wardrobe, get on your bike and meet at The Swamp Parking Lot at 8:00pm Thursday May 27th. But wait–that’s …
Month: May 2010
You can find it at Huckleberry’s and other locations where great coffee is sold.
Spokane has been awarded Bike Friendly City Bronze status by the American League of Bicyclists.
Don’t miss your 2010 opportunities to raft or paddle all or part of the Spokane River. Due to low snow pack, we’re off to a quick start.
Come hike with us on one of INLT’s easements in Kootenai County.
Here’s a thank you for just visiting our site. Print out this coupon and use it at this weekend’s sale.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Eastern Washington, representing 13 counties in Washington, has teamed up with ROW Adventures to deliver a new event to raise funds and awareness for the fight against breast cancer.
There were 267 volunteers for the event, which is really an incredible turnout.
By Callae Frazier And Dale Tessin What inspires and encourages us to step away? Why do we intentionally present ourselves with physical, mental and psychological challenges in the backcountry? For some it’s the sense of adventure. Others are instilled with confidence by the experience. And many simply revel in the opportunity to spend as much …
A Long Trek Home: 4000 Miles By Boot, Raft, And Ski Erin McKittrick The Mountaineers Books, 2009, 256 pages My shorter Oxford English Dictionary defines “trek” as, “A long arduous journey or expedition, esp. one made on foot or by unconventional means.” While modern usage has lightened the burden of a trek to being simply …