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”
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
After spending the last 6 years working in Utah and taking advantage of the infinite outdoor adventure opportunities, I’ve moved to Nashville to start another chapter in my life. The 1,631 mile drive was not the first time I’ve traveled across the country to search for new life experiences. It was a little nerve racking,… Continue reading Phil’s Finds
What do you do when you have an unexpected snow or ice day? You find adventure wherever possible. In the South, we are rightly cautious and excited when snow comes our way and we literally don’t know how to act when everything freezes. Luckily, I learned from some of the best in Utah and can… Continue reading Mill Creek Snow Canoeing
For anyone with an adventurer’s heart, or even a bad case of wanderlust, the ceaseless hum of an urban environment can sometimes become too much to handle. After my old ’89 Ford Bronco II, lovingly named Becky, decided she needed a new fuel pump in early June, I was forced to stay close to home.… Continue reading OCOEE RIVER BOUND!