The loss of some of the central attractions that make Alaska beautiful not only saddens us, but makes us question; What can we really do? Always vote with your dollar, be conscious of who you support and vote for progressive change. Remember, many periods of time made America great, not just the industrial revolution. It is time to change our economy to reflect the needs of the world or we will all perish.
It is our opinion that greed will be the downfall of our beautiful rural areas no matter where they are located. In this article found in Climbing Magazine online, the matter of development near Red Rock Canyon is discussed and a link to sign a petition is included.
Please, take a moment to sign the petition and keep the populations in the cities. Our stance is Build Highrises Not Sub-Divisions.
If you have never heard of Mike Horn, don’t feel bad, neither have we, but we can tell you that thanks to The Red Bulletin we will be following his travels as he goes through the South Pole (the southern Pole of Inaccessibility) and then meets up with is custom 115-foot sailboat, The Pangaea and continues to the North Pole.
After a near-death climbing experience, I was inspired to dig deeper into the psychology of fear and find out what I could learn about its effect on performance, how it wells up in the first place, and what we can do to deal with it. What I found will take your climbing to the next level—and could save your life.
This 15 minute read explains the emotions and science behind fear and the ways anybody can overcome fear, whether it’s small or life or death, just by understanding the situation and the facts.
The Red Bulletin did some research and came up with 7 great runs in the largest cities in the US. Check it out!
Written by Doug Schnitzpahn, this article explores the ways that strategic creation of National Monuments can connect from Moab to the Grand Canyon in one big protected area. We think he’s right, but can Obama do it before he leaves office?
Like your life and limbs intact? Then you’d better get skilled before visiting these trails.
Topping the list are:
Abrams Falls, Great Smoky Mountains, TN
Barr Trail, Pikes Peak, CO
Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon, AZ
– See more at: http://www.backpacker.com/trips/washington/america-s-10-most-dangerous-hikes/#sthash.pJx9jav5.dpuf