Sometimes you just know. You’re scrolling, thinking about other things, or you see the foot of a stranger on the sidewalk and you just KNOW – those are the next shoes I’m going to buy. I don’t think I was consciously on the hunt for a pair of low-heeled brown leather Chelsea boots when I… Continue reading Have Blundstones. Will Travel.
Bedrock Sandals I had some amazing adventures this past year, and I knew before the departure date, I would need a new pair of solid water shoes. I’d researched and checked several brands, but nothing quite featured the things I wanted while also having the traction I needed. That’s when I found Bedrock at Cumberland… Continue reading Bedrock Sandals Review
The following was written by CT Ambassador Sean Fisher, an outdoors photographer and avid camper. You can follow him on instagram @mr.bootstraps. When I was around 26, I found myself taking a road-trip about every two weeks. These would be most often solo-trips to some outdoor area here in the Cumberland Gap or Great Smoky Mountain… Continue reading “Planning is Everything, the Plan is Nothing”
As soon as I heard that running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim was a thing, I knew I had to do it. It's been on my list of goals for a while now and this year I finally made it happen. Disclaimer: Running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim is tough!… Continue reading Trip Report: Running the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim
Wind whips across my cheek making my delicate position seem more precarious. It feels like a maelstrom compared to the enjoyable breeze I experienced on the hike to the base of this sea of granite. I glance over to spot a weakness in the rock. My hip cramps as I hike my left leg up… Continue reading Lessons Learned While off the Ground