My road trip tale "Medicine Wings" was listed as "Notable" in Best American Essays.Read More
Off the Grid swept four categories at the 10th Anniversary of the Flyfishing Video Awards.Read More
ANYONE WHO KNOWS ME well knows that I have a troublesome history with livestock.Read More
I SPENT A DAY IN THE FIELD with Rob, an Idaho Fish and Game (IDFG) game warden in the southeast corner of the state. We tracked trapper activity in the Targhee National Forest and found some intriguing things. However, I found myself considering another topic throughout the day. I found myself thinking about how American wildlife--owned by the people held in trust by the states--is managed across private and public lands.
Image: The Wilderness Society
YOU NEVER KNOW what awaits within a Montana bar.Read More
WHEN YOUR FRIEND doesn't want a trip to Vegas to celebrate her upcoming nuptials, what do you do? You throw her on a horse and take her into the heart of Wild, Wonderful Wyoming.Read More
THIS ISN'T A DAY AT CHURCHILL DOWNS or Foxfield. Here's the deal: four teams with three horses compete upon a dirt horse track. Each team consists of one jockey, a catcher (mugger), and two holders. Horses are ridden completely bareback, controlled with a bridle and crop.
Image: Billings Gazette
THERE ARE THREE LEIGH CANYONS in the Teton Range, and if you know which one you’re heading to, things are pretty simple. If you don’t, you might end up in Wyoming when you’re supposed to be in Idaho and vice versa. It happens more than you’d think.Read More