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Outdoor Fallacies: You Carry Your Fears

Today’s installment of Outdoors Fallacies is about another overused and newish¬†phrase, one that goes hand in hand with the pompous “there’s no bad weather, just bad gear.” ¬†Lately the ultralight ethos has degenerated into “mocking people for carrying intelligent amounts… Continue Reading →

Outdoor Fallacies: “It Doesn’t Get Easier, You Just Get Faster”

I’ve heard this chirpy slogan used to console (and ineptly encourage) people struggling with the difficulties of sport. It’s that time-worn classic scenario; one weekend warrior wanting to learn mountain biking teams up with a buddy, an obsessive exerciser who… Continue Reading →

Outdoorsy Fallacies: There Is No Bad Weather

You don’t have to be into outdoor stuff long before someone trots out this at once tired and also insane bit of tripe. “There’s no bad weather, just bad gear!” trumpets some attention-seeker in response to a reasonable concern about… Continue Reading →

Outdoorsy Fallacies: The Road Not Taken

This is the first in my sure-to-be-lengthy “Outdoorsy Fallacies” series. Yes, I wrote all of them up into one HUGE post and then gave up, knowing that most people just skim and no longer have the attention span to read… Continue Reading →

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