Monthly Archives: May 2011

“It’s Beguiling”

A nice article appears in this month’s issue of Yellowscene Magazine out of Boulder, Colorado.  The article is called “Home on the Range.” It’s about the Pawnee Buttes in Pawnee National Grassland in Northeast Colorado.  The author is Chris Hawkins … Continue reading

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The Quadruple Crown?

In 2000, “Flyin’” Brian Robinson became the first person to complete (within one calendar year) what is known as the Triple Crown of long distance hiking – the Appalachian Trail, the Continental Divide Trail, and the Pacific Crest Trail.  All … Continue reading

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The Envelope Please . . .

This week the film, American Serengeti about the efforts of the American Prairie Foundation is being honored with two awards at the 34th International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana.  It won for Best Film Made in Montana and Best of Category – … Continue reading

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The Seasoned Traveler

One of the advantages the Great Plains Trail has over, say, high mountain trails is the times of the year that it makes sense to be there.  Winter and spring are difficult times to hike in the mountains.  Fall can … Continue reading

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