As I ready myself for a short tour, I figured I’d use this opportunity to jot down the gear I tend to carry – for my own recollection as much as general knowledge. I’ve noted a few comments where appropriate, …[ Read More → ]
Here’s to the adventures that 2013 will bring.[ Read More → ]
El Paso, Texas, is segregated from its Mexican sister city, Ciudad Juárez, by a fence.
Except that this fence isn’t a wobbly divide between two neighbours. Rather, it’s an almighty barricade and a stark reminder: life is different on the …[ Read More → ]
The allure of New Mexico, abounding in high plateaux and open space. Swathes of National Forest, BLM land and Indian reservations tempt in every direction.[ Read More → ]
The first winter storm has just swept through Santa Fe, leaving a thick carpet of scrunchy snow in its wake. The novelty of the white stuff isn’t lost on me yet, especially with a Krampus at my disposal. Time to …[ Read More → ]
Or: there’s more than one way to crack a nut.
I’m just back from a short but sweet stint in the Cibola National Forest, a rugged swathe of land just outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Thanks Jeremy and Tim for …[ Read More → ]