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Cultural Awakening: The People of Jordan

As I sit here and wait for my day to start in 30 min. to go hike in the lost city of Petra, I thought I'd try preface my trip to Jordan with Columbia Sportswear. I don't know how many posts I'll end up writing about Jordan, but this topic needs to be mentioned exclusively from everything else we've done,
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Mountain Biking Slick Rock Trail

Saying ‘No’ to #TryingStuff

Ahhhh, gotchya, didn’t I?!?! I’m so tricky. The title is accurate, but it’s only half finished. Let me go ahead and complete that for you so you can stop guessing. Saying ‘No’ to #TryingStuff is the absolute best way to ensure a boring life. Over the past four weeks, I’ve noticed my ability to say no  to new experiences have
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Prepared leeks and fennel

Roasted Chicken Hippy Deliciousness (Leeks and Fennel)

It’s time for another installment of Dave’s Diner. Today on the menu we have Roasted Chicken Hippy Deliciousness. Editor’s Note: I’m fairly proud of these pictures as a whole. Feel free to click them and make them life-sized. Then, be sure to tell me how great they are. (Conversely, how average they are. Reluctantly, how not good at all they are.)
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Six Shooter Towers

Mistakes in the Backcountry

Wellllllll, helllllooooooooo, everybody!!! How are you this fine Monday morning? I hope you got outside this weekend. I know I did. Mountain biking in Moab and Fruita was friggin amazing. I’m sure you’ll see all about it if you’re following me on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. While this was my first time ever mountain biking in the desert, the weekend
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Indian Creek Twitch

Single Leg Training for Outdoor Athletes

First, the terms: Bilateral – Symmetrical stance, toes in line with each other, both feet on the ground Asymmetrical – Stance in which feet are offset from one another; typically with one foot more forward than the other or could be more off-center from the centerline of your body; both feet on the ground Unilateral – Only one foot firmly
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