Author: Shawnte Salabert

These Mushroom-Stuffed Grits Are Savory Breakfast Heaven

These Mushroom-Stuffed Grits Are Savory Breakfast Heaven

While I’ve definitely kicked off the day by inhaling a cupcake or two when the urge (or sugar craving) strikes, I almost always want salty, sav [...]
Want to Crush Bucket List Adventures in your 60s? Here’s Your Mentor

Want to Crush Bucket List Adventures in your 60s? Here’s Your Mentor

The concept of adventure is often depicted as a young person’s game. Art “Karts” Huseonica, however, knows better. At age 67, the Sun City, Ari [...]
Hilaree Nelson on Aging, Obsession, and Life as a Role Model

Hilaree Nelson on Aging, Obsession, and Life as a Role Model

We’re deeply saddened by the loss of Hilaree Nelson this week. She leaves behind two children, a loving partner, and a hard-earned legacy of ba [...]
Think It’s Impossible to Find Solitude in National Parks? Think Again.

Think It’s Impossible to Find Solitude in National Parks? Think Again.

Picture, if you will, Sequoia National Park on a modern-day Fourth of July. Granite ablaze with summer sunshine? Check. Black bears frolicking [...]
The 8 Things You Should—No, Must—Do Before A Thru-Hike

The 8 Things You Should—No, Must—Do Before A Thru-Hike

When asked, I often describe the lowest point of my time on the Pacific Crest Trail as occurring in the hours after I, a person who has eaten n [...]
Yes, Backpacking is a Four-Season Sport—Here’s How to Winterize

Yes, Backpacking is a Four-Season Sport—Here’s How to Winterize

I kind of thought that I was going to die the first time I headed out on a winter backpacking trip. That might sound weird coming from someo [...]
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