When I informed Mount Juliet Fire Department that I would miss training the first week of March to go climb in Utah, my captain looked over at me and scoffed, “Broke college kid, yeah right!” We laughed, I continued mopping the floor, and then three weeks later my friend and I high-tailed it to desert country for my final spring break.
100 miles Three weeks ago I ran 100 miles for the first time. It has taken me a long time to process the entire experience. The inaugural No Business 100 was held on October 14th. The course is a single loop that starts from the Blue Heron Mining Community near Stearns, Kentucky and traverses the… Continue reading Ambassador Kyle Jacobson No Business 100 Race Report
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”
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
Cumberland Transit has been a Nashville staple since 1971. If you ask a native Nashvillian where to go to find quality outdoor gear and knowledgeable staff, they will inevitably tell you to head to Cumberland Transit on West End. They either know, Allen “The Godfather”, Becky, Lori, or “Bungalow Bill” in footwear. CT is a… Continue reading THE CUMBERLAND TRANSIT EXPERIENCE