Summertime Memories

“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was

The Sawtooths Mirror My Soul

by Kalen Thorien My patriotism may lack enthusiasm, but nonetheless I was happy to spend my Fourth of July in what I believe to be Americas greatest assets—the wilderness! My

The Little Farm that Grounded

We’ve all had one of those days … weeks … or months … when things just don’t click. Maybe mercury is retrograding? The summer wind has everyone crazed? Or our

Gear Bag Essentials

  by Jesse Ziegler I have a lot of stuff to pack, wear, fill, and drag along with me when embarking on one of the several adventurous things I like

Mountain Bike the Tetons

Lin Heffner, the new Executive Director for Mountain Bike the Tetons (MBT), always dreamt of living in a mountain town. Lucky for us, early this spring she landed the job

by Nikki LaRochelle I was coming off one of the greatest summers of my life and had never been in better form. My husband and I climbed fifty-six of the

Ladies Only: SheJumps Alpine Finishing School

by Abby Stanford The female shredders you see pulling off big lines in the mountains do so only with serious experience & knowledge. In fact, these two vital elements are

Sick Day: My Windows Phone Gig

By Tammy Donahugh This spring, I had the opportunity to do something pretty special. I rode my mountain bike in an online commercial for the new Microsoft Windows Phone. Not

Ode to a CSA

What fosters our connection with food? Why, knowing precisely where it comes from, of course… Here in the Tetons—despite the short alpine growing season—we are blessed with an abundance of

Spring Cleaning, Gearhead-Style

  When you were little, did your mom break out her checklist one sunny day and just go to town on the spring cleaning? Some may remember the almost-possessed sparkle