Winter Outdoor Recreation Guide 2014-15

Project for Salt Lake City Weekly | 2014 Winter Outdoor Recreation Guide 2014-15 No winter is like the last one, even beyond the snow factor: Resorts grow and change, and as jobs, families and interests shift, our recreation routines get shaken up. But there’s no reason to fear change—embrace it, with the help of our […]

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Wind on the Water

Los Gatos Magazine | Summer Guide 2015 by L. Clark Tate Tasting the good life, fast, on Chardonnay II Maybe it’s been awhile since you’ve seen the earth fall away to blue, much less ventured out on salty waters. But the ocean is just over the hill. If you think sailing around Monterey Bay is a […]

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Desert Days

Photo by Katie Darby CC. Head to southern Utah for your own spring awakening Published by City Weekly | November 2013 By L. Clark Tate Southern and central Utah is about as wide-open as spaces get, and the combo of the red rock, pale-green scrub and bright-blue sky is pretty outstanding. But come summer, this wanderer’s paradise is […]

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Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Published by Women’s Movement | 2013 By L. Clark Tate Spanning the southern states of North Carolina and Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most-visited park in the nation. While its roads will soon be teeming with leaf peepers, the beauty of this national park is that most visitors enjoy it from the comfort of […]

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3 Days in Yosemite

Women’s Movement | 2013 By L. Clark Tate Link to story on Women’s Movement. With a land mass of 1,169 miles, which is about the size of Rhode Island, Yosemite National Park is massive and can easily feel overwhelming, especially during the busy summer season. Here’s our take on how to travel Yosemite—and experience the roads less […]

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