It was mid-September and I was spending the day at one of my favorite hiking areas. The place is about 15 miles outside of Lake City, where a large tract of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land abuts National Forest lands.
- OUTDOORS: Ethnobotany with kids: learning about traditional ute plant knowledge
- OUTDOORS: A billion years in an eye blink
- OUTDOORS: Grizzly bears once called Colorado home
- COLUMN: Let's talk about spring flowering bulbs
- COLUMN: Riding and racing the Grand Loop
- COLUMN: A lesson on rangefinders
- COLUMN: Escaping off-grid
- COLUMN: A bridge for our time
- COLUMN: Wrapping up the gardening season
- COLUMN: Time to check your pack
- OUTDOORS: Common sense can reduce bear encounters as bruins lard up for winter
- OUTDOORS: Kids in the garden, oh yeah!
- OUTDOORS: Beware of yellow jackets
- OUTDOORS: Why not save some seeds to plant next season?
- OUTDOORS: Choosing exercise in smoke that is still healthy