On Track to Silverton: Snaking Through Colorado’s San Juan Mountains

Slowing to a motion-numbing 8 miles per hour, the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad train creeps along a narrow ledge. Cliffs tower on one side, plummet down the other. The Animas River surges 400 feet below. White froth caps its turbulent, beryl-green current. As we round a broad curve, the black, coal-belching locomotive chugs … Read more On Track to Silverton: Snaking Through Colorado’s San Juan Mountains

Say No to Stink: The Wick-er Warm-Up Wicking Towel

I’ve mastered the art of car camping. And after several summers spent living in the back of a pickup truck (with a top, of course) and another summer calling my two-person tent home, I’ve learned that efficiency can lead to all sorts of luxuries — like not having to using my shirt as a camp … Read more Say No to Stink: The Wick-er Warm-Up Wicking Towel