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If adventure is where you find it, being a parent brings it home.column by Donna Stewart
Eight months pregnant, I was a sight, huffing and puffing up the steep trail with a bulbous belly. I was ascending Hogsback Mountain in Durango, Colo., a small mountain with a steep climb through piñon forest to an even steeper upper barren slope. Its summit is on a razor-edge ridge with outstanding views. Passing a woman who had paused to catch her breath,Found in: | Outside | Camping |
by Colleen Miniuk-Sperry
Found in: | Inside | Politics | Outside | Canyoneering | Climbing | Rock Climbing | Hiking | by Kate Siber
Found in: | Outside | Paddling | River | by Dusty Boots Photography
Found in: | Outside | Photography | Gallery | by Nancy Prichard-Bouchard, Ph.D.
Updated 8/20/2010San Juan Almanac blog by Ken Wright
Well, it's looking like a movie version of The Monkey Wrench
Gang isn't going appear anytime soon -- even though Ed Abbey's eminently popular modern-Western classic has
been on retainer somewhere in Hollywood ever since shortly after it first appeared some 35 years ago.