Walking on Water

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Crossing Over

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Fly the Queasy Skies

A football field’s length above the aquamarine expanse of Lake Coeur d’Alene, nestled among the nylon straps of a harness that is, I hope, reasonably secure, hangs my ass. Exposed to th

Uncharted Territory

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Lake Swimming

"Just do it." Yes, that’s a 20-year-old advertising slogan and practically a cultural joke now. But that tagline gets startlingly real as my bare toes clasp a gnarly rock ledge and I s


Mike LaScoula drank in the lovely evening hush on this willow-thick reach of river. The last rays of the setting sun igniting a golden gleam upon the placid waters when — WHAP! — a retort


Most of my life has been consumed with avoiding situations where I’m hanging 30 feet in the air. Fingertips lodged in a thin crack of a granite cliff, feet scrambling for a foothold. Yet here


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Stumbling over loose rocks, I nearly pitched myself over the cliff’s edge. I was in search of a parallel coulee, just past the vertical rock wall that looms above the Lake Lenore Caves. Didn&


Just looking at it made me feel dirty. Our camping plans turned to panning plans days before when I learned that Idaho is the only place in the world (other than India) where you can dig up big fat st


The world is a soft purple blur, as my Sector 9 longboard carries me farther and farther up Fish Lake Trail — a picturesque 10-mile path that begins off Sunset Highway and Government Way, just m


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