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EZEE Camera Strap Review

The EZEE camera strap is a strap system that allows you to carry your camera at the ready in front of you while also distributing the weight between your two shoulders. It is comprised of webbing, a keeper on the back, swivel attachment points and a set of rings (in two sizes) for your camera. […]

Guest Post: Little Mustang

While riding all alone across the high plains yesterday, me and my horse found this abandoned, starving and thirsty, wild-horse foal in the desert… (he must have fallen asleep when his herd left – by the state he was in, I was guessing 1-2 days ago). I decided to attempt to deliver him back to […]

Yosemite Valley Trip: 7 Days of Awesome – Part II – Bad Luck, Good Luck, and Commitment

Part II – Bad Luck, Good Luck and “Commitment” [See Part 1 here]. Yosemite National Park. Day 2 “I have triple A,” I said. “Do you have your card?” K asked me. “It’s in the car,” I said, “But we don’t need it to call, they can look me up on their computer.” Now we […]

Whale Watching Magic

Last Sunday I went whale watching for the second time in my life, I used a Groupon deal and invited an old roommate of mine out for a bit of adventure. My excuse to get her to come out this way was it was for her birthday (though her birthday was in November). We set […]

Gourmet Backpacking Trip – High Sierra Trip Report

It all started when I got an email from my friend Su: Hey Eileen, If you’re free on August 13-14 and can cook a gourmet meal in the wilderness, you might want to apply for a spot in this trip I’m going to with the Sierra Club… My mind started spinning as she described dishes […]

Adventure Photography Gear – Black Rapid RS-Sport R-Strap Review

If you’ve seen me outdoors, you’ve undoubtedly seen me with a camera in hand. Combining outdoor sports with photography is sometimes hard, but always rewarding. One thing that makes it hard is handling and securing photography gear. When I first saw an R strap I was pretty excited, they are made by a company called […]

#YosTweetup April 2011 – Yosemite Climbing Trip In Pictures and Video

My mind has been in the visual space lately, how could it not be, five days spent in breathtaking Yosemite will do that to you. Suffice it to say that I had a great time at the YosTweetup, Luke and Lizzy were fantastic organizers, even in the face of unusual weather (it rained every day […]

Photos – Joshua Tree in January 2011

Select photos from my climbing trip from January 13-17, 2011 to Joshua Tree National Park. The weather was great and we met old friends and new. Unfortunately I was not feeling that well from day two of the trip which culminated in being quite sick one night (food poisoning) the next day after that I […]

Interview with Oakley Anderson-Moore Director of The Last Wild Mountain

Oakley Anderson-Moore As a rock climber, adventure seeker, and/or a general outdoors person you’ve probably seen your share of adventure films. Sometimes they are adrenaline laden shorts or music video visual montages. Oakley Anderson-Moore set out to make a film that’s also a cultural history project about the roots of climbing in the US, interviewing […]

The Wrist Shot Review – Adventure Photography Gear

You may have noticed I tend to have a lot of pictures from my trips and climbs, perhaps you may have even wondered, how did she have time to get a shot like this while climbing? “Very carefully!” Is my usual answer, however I now have a new one, “I used The Wrist Shot!” Golden […]