By Chris Cindric To help you make the most of your outdoor time and keep things fresh during the pandemic, the faculty of Eastern Washington University’s Recreation and Leisure Services Program in partnership with Out There Outdoors has created the SPOvid-19 Local Adventure Series. Episode 3 – Yeti Ultra 24-Hour Challenge One sunny morning on what was […]
Our second adventure is a family-friendly visit to the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge (TNWF), located 6 miles south of Cheney, Washington, to hike through the Channeled Scablands on the Stubblefield Trail. Currently, the entrance gate is closed as well as all facilities; however, the trails of Turnbull are open for your enjoyment, and no entrance fee required.
Some time ago, I decided to train for a 100-mile running event. I’ve made a lot of bad decisions in my life, but I’m beginning to wonder if this will claim the title of Worst Decision Ever. It may even beat that time I tried to date a communist. Worst. Gift. Giver. Ever. To train
By Chris Cindric Now that most Washington State parks and public lands open again, this is truly welcome news. The ability to get outside has been the saving grace for many of us during this time of quarantine and social distancing. To help you make the most of your outdoor time and keep things fresh, the