Month: December 2015

How to Fail in a Satisfactory Manner While Skiing in Glacier National Park

Step One: Have success on a recent outing. In our case, Kevin and I had enjoyed delicious corn skiing on four ski descents the day prior, scoring great skiing conditions throughout the day and linking up turns down the Lena Lake Couloir, Red Crow Peak and Calf Robe Mountain in the seldom-visited southeast corner of …

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Winter Greens: Time-Tested, Cold-Weather Gardening Tips

“The Onion” published an article in September called “Full Summer of Tending Backyard Garden Produces Single Edible Cherry Tomato.” To my dismay, the headline, which clearly pokes fun at overzealous hobby gardeners, captures my first attempt at growing tomatoes this season – except my garden yielded no ripe fruit at all. I harvested about 15 …

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Off the Beaten Path—The Fourth of July Pass Nordic Ski & Snowshoe Trail System

It’s SNOWING! Has the extended dry summer and autumn weather left you longing to hear those words ring out early one morning so you can finally don your skis and favorite parka? Not sure what to do when it finally happens? Try an adventure to North Idaho’s Fourth of July Pass and enjoy the Nordic …

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