By Sage Sauerbrey It’s the most common and expensive form of local government in California, comprised of over 3,000 public agencies that can be founded as simply as an addition […]
Hundreds of illegally grazing cattle were round up, prompting a militia of heavily armed cowboys to assemble against a heavily armed federal force in the middle of the Nevada desert. Ranchers prepared to fight for their property in the name of state sovereignty. This is not the beginning of a Spaghetti Western or a nineteenth century history lesson; this happened just last week, 80 miles out of Las Vegas.
A student from SNC tells a story that outlines exactly what not to do when you see a bear on campus.
Now this is some soul skiing.
Our sacred places and psychological sanctuaries are currently on the brink of a fire sale. While the government takes a time-out in a sordid attempt to get its giant lopsided head out of its ass our many national parks lie unprotected from greedy hands. Time for a good old widespread wilderness flash mob.
When somebody spends enough time in the outdoors they are going to build up a catalog of pretty incredible stories. Maybe they just seem incredible to the person that lived them, but that doesn’t stop them from being told around campfires, on long chairlift rides, or during any bullshitting session.
There was an age before GoPros and sponsorships when boots were made out of leather, skis were over ten feet long and guys like Snowshoe Thompson would fly down the […]