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From The Lean-To

In case you weren’t hip to the Cold Splinters blog on Outside, called “From The Lean-To,” get at it here. The second to last entry touched up on the history of Wilderness Experience.

MP3: Brendan Benson – What I’m Looking For

March 8, 2012 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

FROM THE LEAN-TO

Head on over to Outside to learn more about this year’s 28th annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering, the subject of this week’s “From The Lean-To.” And after you’re done, don’t forget to watch “Cowboy Poets” on Folkstreams.

MP3: Wylie Gustafson – Happy Yodel

November 28, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 2 }

POLER STUFF

This week’s CS-penned Outside column, “From The Lean-To,” is all about Portland, Oregon’s Poler, making “camping stuff” for those of us who enjoy some of those good ol’ quiet camp vibes. Read the article here then go buy yourself a Napsack.

November 8, 2011 | Clothing/Gear, From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

National Trail System

On the wake of the record detailed in the post below, I’ve written a little history lesson on our National Trail Systems for the weekly rag over at Outside. Read it here.

MP3: Hogarth – Suzie’s Gettin’ Married

October 27, 2011 | From The Lean To, Politics | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

CS x Outside

To learn more about the pictures above , head on over to this week’s CS column, “From The Lean-To: ATC Hiker Photo Archive,” on Outside. And that young feller in the red shorts on the bottom right? Yes, it’s this guy.

October 6, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 1 }

THE GENERAL SHERMAN

I think you know the drill by now. The latest and greatest of the weekly Cold Splinters column on Outside, “From The Lean-To,” is live and waiting to be read. Have at it.

September 29, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 1 }

The Camp Fire Girls

This week’s CS column for Outside, “From The Lean-To,” is up and ready for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy it here.

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September 23, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 2 }

KENDAL MINT CAKES

A new post from the CS column on Outside, “From The Lean-To,” is live and ready for your reading pleasure. Eat it up.

August 16, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

CS x Outside Magazine

This week’s Cold Splinters column on Outside Magazine, From The Lean-To, is all about Jack Brull’s Salt Stained Eyes. Read it here.

July 27, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }

CS x Outside: Al Arnold

Read the latest installment of “From The Lean-To” on Outside Magazine here. This week’s column is about Al Arnold, pioneer of Badwater, the 135-mile course that starts at the Western Hemisphere’s lowest point, Badwater Basin in Death Valley, and ends at Whitney Portal, the trailhead to the lower 48′s highest point, Mount Whitney. The race takes place in mid-July (The 2011 version started yesterday, July 11. See the connection?), when the weather conditions can exceed 120 °F, even in the shade. Excuse my French, but FUCK, man.

Read: From The Lean-To: Badwater’s Baddest Man

MP3: Peter Green – Do You Give A Damn For Me?

July 12, 2011 | From The Lean To | Continue Reading | Comments { 0 }