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Survey Markers

Never a bad time to find – or trip over? – one of these old shiny little circles while going wherever it is you’re going. MP3: Louis Armstrong – Loveless Love

July 16, 2012 | Camping | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

Mark Twain National Forest

A former coworker of mine sent me this gem of a brochure in an email a couple of weeks ago. This is the 2010 (yes, 2010) brochure for Missouri’s Mark Twain National Forest. I mean, come on, no matter how small of a budget any public land has, to hold onto this thing until 2010 […]

March 1, 2011 | Camping, Public Lands | Continue Reading | Comments { 7 }


I got a text message from my old friend, Mark, yesterday inviting me up this winter for another go at ice climbing in the White Mountains. Mark and I were roommates while attending school in Colorado together, and after we graduated, he moved back to New Hampshire, got married to the girl that had lived […]

November 11, 2010 | Long Hairs | Continue Reading | Comments { 3 }

American Indian Community House Market

Seems as though there’s quite a craft fair happening down in Washington Square at the Judson Memorial Church. More info here, but it lasts until December 21st and it’s open everyday from 12pm – 8pm. Go get a Kachina doll.

December 17, 2008 | Native American | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

The Safeway Supermarket In The Rain

Welcome to Cold Splinters. It’s crazy nice to meet you. This is going to be the one that makes the history books. Sorry. A certain silver fox on the television is calling to us right now. See you soon. Sweet Dreams.

May 14, 2008 | Uncategorized | Continue Reading | Comments { 5 }

Tincup Whiskey Presents #WhiskeyOnTheRockies Pt. 2

TINCUP WHISKEY PRESENTS: #WhiskeyOnTheRockies Like many Colorado adventures, ours started in the THC- laden Mile High City. Sinuhe Xavier, my traveling companion and photographer for the trip, had taken a few days to drive his Eurovan from the east side of Los Angeles, picking me up DIA on the summer solstice. I had been in […]

July 10, 2014 | #WhiskeyOnTheRockies | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

The Collective Quarterly

Our buddy Max Wastler went down to one of our favorite places in the country, Southwest Tay-Ha, to shoot and experience the Trans Pecos for the first issue of The Collective Quarterly. Today marks the day that said magazine is available for the public’s viewing pleasure, so go on over to APO and find out […]

January 13, 2014 | Magazines/Catalogs/Advertisements | Continue Reading | Comments { 1 }

Have A Good Weekend

Cold Splinters is back out in the Bay Area for a spell, hiking around Mt. Tam with our favorite Willy Wonka of Mt. Tam, Hall Newbegin from Juniper Ridge. We’re gonna head down to Carmel for a wedding and then fly back home early next week. This also marks the 1,500th post on Cold Splinters, […]

September 20, 2013 | Have A Good Weekend | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

Topo x Cold Splinters

Jedd and Mark at Topo Designs are two of the sweetest guys you’ll ever meet. As soon as I heard about Topo a few years ago, I was so psyched that there was THAT kind of company making such great looking STUFF in Colorado. (The Topo Fleece rarely leaves my chest in the fall.) As […]

June 18, 2013 | Clothing/Gear | Continue Reading | Comments { 1 }


Today marks the last day of graduate school for our bestest friend, partner in crime and Boston Baked Bean dining companion, Tom Bonamici of Archival Clothing. We’re all happy you’re sticking around the East Coast. To many adventures in the months and years to come… Youtube: Justin Timberlake – MirrorsĀ 

May 1, 2013 | Long Hairs | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }