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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Josh Stiles

Published in Hilltromper Santa Cruz | August 2013 By L. Clark Tate Midway through a softball game at Delaveaga Park in Santa Cruz, Josh Stiles was feeling like he’d lost a step. At 31 he was active and fit, but he’d just been thrown out, twice. That just didn’t happen. “I was realizing that I was […]

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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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Patagonia’s Clean Green Wetsuit

Published by Hilltromper Santa Cruz | 2014 by L. Clark Tate Aug. 6, 2013—Patagonia, the perpetual innovator, has done it again. The company that looks at playing hooky as a perk and actually encourages customers to buy fewer of their products has discovered a process that will turn a simple seed into that most essential piece of Santa Cruzan […]

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