Gear Guide: Best lightweight gloves

Winter is coming, and I may not watch Game of Thrones but I do know that chilly mornings are already in full-swing here in Colorado. The hunt for gloves is on. I bought the North Face Women’s Etip gloves about three years ago (on sale). They’ve been a great lightweight, all-purpose glove that I can…

October’s Adoptable Adventure Dog: Meet Daisy

I’ve seen plenty of lists of the best breeds for adventure dogs, but none of them ever include shelter dogs, which is a mystery to me. So, I started the adoptable adventure dog series. It’s been a hot minute since I posted, but this month’s pupper has inspired me to change that! Daisy is a 10-year-old husky mix…

How to pack for two weeks…in one carry-on.

The OB lives! I’m back from my honeymoon in Greece, freshly married and no longer jet-lagged. There were obviously a lot of great things about this trip, but one of my proudest moments was managing to fit everything I needed for two weeks in one carryon. This post from Erin Outdoors and this list specifically…

I got married. Here are OB’s greatest hits to tide you over.

I’m somebody’s wife now, which is pretty sweet, I’m not gonna lie. I had this grand plan of writing a ton of content in August to schedule throughout September, but in a twist that should surprise absolutely no one who has been married, that didn’t actually happen because planning a wedding + having a fulltime…

Is there space for beginner runners in Leadville?

Like many other runners, I heard about Leadville from the classic running book Born to Run, with its tales of elite athletes and insane conditions and 100-mile races in the mountains. So when we showed up in town to pace a new friend at the Leadville Trail 100 in 2016, I was nervous (to say…