The Adventure Life + Cold Splinters Interview

Steve Casimiro started Bike Magazine, ran Powder for a decade and was the West Coast editor of National Geographic Adventure from it’s beginning until it’s recent end. He also launched his own site, The Adventure Life, on January 1st, 2009. After a few minutes sifting through the site’s news coverage, travel stories, photos and gear reviews, it’s clear that TAL will soon be the online destination for all things outdoors and perhaps Steve’s most important project to date. The guy is a professional – you trust him, you want advice from him, you listen when he’s got something to say.

About a month or two ago, when Steve asked if I would do an interview for The Adventure Life, I quickly accepted before he had a chance to change his mind. Was he drunk? Starting a charity? Whatever the reason, my answers to his questions were posted earlier today, along with some of the kindest and most flattering words I’ve ever read. I am truly honored, and while I never take this whole blogging thing too seriously, Steve’s article makes it pretty tough to not want to keep going and going and going.

To Steve and everyone else who has been reading this rag for the past year and a half, thanks.

Read: “Cold Splinters Is A Wayback Machine for the Coolest Outdoor Era”

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6 Responses to The Adventure Life + Cold Splinters Interview

  1. Kris December 15, 2009 at 10:23 pm #

    Well deserved Jeff. When my google reader pops up with a new CS, I click it instantly. The images, words and always the tune is on spot. Thanks and much aprreciated.

  2. Alex December 16, 2009 at 9:20 am #

    keep on truckin’

  3. Kelly December 16, 2009 at 9:42 am #

    Congratulations. Keep writing and we’ll keep reading.

  4. ryan December 16, 2009 at 7:29 pm #

    really awesome jeff!

    “I work hard on CS so people, including myself, have something enjoyable to read during the day.”

    thank you. we readers really do appreciate it.

    -ryan

  5. Joel Saferstein December 17, 2009 at 1:42 pm #

    I can’t believe he didn’t call you earlier. Very well deserved words. Keep up the strong work.

    JS

  6. mary n December 17, 2009 at 11:42 pm #

    well done, jeff. this is just great.

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