Tag: Wyoming

  • The Gowdy Grinder – all the good things about Mountain Biking

    The Gowdy Grinder – all the good things about Mountain Biking

    The Grinder is held at Curt Gowdy state park in southern Wyoming. The park sits halfway between the towns of Laramie and Cheyenne in a small lump of hills known as the Laramie Mountains. As you drive north from Colorado, the ground slowly rises upwards in a constant slope, taking you from the front range at […]

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  • The little things

    The little things

    Life at a slower pace. Two wheels come at a price; a price I am happy to pay over and over again on any day of the week, but sometimes an enforced break is the exact remedy you didn’t know you were looking for. The fee for riding bikes is missing out on the little […]

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  • Water water everywhere

    Water water everywhere

    Water water everywhere, but not in the right places. It’s strange driving through a dense fog of smoke so thick that you can’t even see the markings on the road. It was a new experience to me, and one I would rather not go through again. Fort Collins isn’t my town, but driving under the […]

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  • Hellastone


    This is a post I’ve been meaning to write for a long time, like 2 years long time. My first visit to Yellowstone was whirlwind, and without too much opportunity to venture far from the automobile, my enduring memory was the signposts. Everywhere. I fear this story may come off a little too negative, so […]

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