Month: July 2020

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Provisions: Campfire Pepper Vinegar

By Dorian Karahalios Whether you’re adding a dash to your campfire instant mashed potatoes or sneaking it in as dinner’s secret ingredient, pepper vinegar is a versatile and flavor-packed provision that will bring complex flavor and life to any dish.  The beauty of pepper vinegar is in its simplicity and versatility. More heat? Super-hots like Carolina reapers pack …

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It Doesn’t Have to Suck to Be Worth It

“It was pretty grim,” says Geoff of the 50-mile slog we were attempting to complete. He’s done it before. Twice. He ought to know.   We were winding our way through the cloud-saturated trees for hours. Bright tufts of moss dripped off gnarled branches, leaving patches of iridescent green carpet as soft landing for our rain-soaked feet.   Other terms used during the event include, …

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Ocean to Idaho: Following the Chinook Salmon

This summer, journalist, filmmaker, and outdoor enthusiast Kris Millgate of Idaho Falls is setting off on an epic road trip chasing salmon across the Pacific Northwest. Her adventure is intended to inspire the public to appreciate the improbable migration of native Chinook salmon from the wilds of Central Idaho to the Pacific Ocean and back again.   Millgate will follow and film the migration through …

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