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Wisconsin Life: Devil’s Lake Climbing

Podcast: Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS This summer, I traveled across the North American west, hitting  some of the top rock climbing destinations in the country. Moab, Utah, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite and Joshua Tree … plus a quick hike through the Grand Canyon.   I trained at mountaineering in the […]

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Tavis Talks about Expedition Denali

Just a few minutes ago I came in off the trail from the rim of the Grand Canyon. Settling into a wireless hot spot and a cold Corona at the Yavapai Lodge I fired up the laptop to find a message on Facebook from my old friend Menno van Wyk. He was my boss at […]

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SUP Wisconsin Life

Podcast: Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSSRecently I was asked to create at story about outdoor recreation for the Wisconsin Public Radio program ‘Wisconsin Life‘. With such unseasonably warm weather I managed to get my stand up paddle board out onto Madison’s lakes earlier  than ever before. So I went […]

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Colorado Matters: Interview with Rob Shurr on climbing deaths in China

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Podcast: Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS The search party to recover the bodies of climbers Micah Dash and Jonny Copp and photographer Wade Johnson returned to Boulder, Colorado on Wednesday. The three were killed in an avalanche on Mount Edgar in the Southwestern Siuchan province of China.  Colorado Public […]

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“Pay It Forward” Summit Credit Union makes new philanthropists $10 at a time

Podcast: Play in new windowSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Email | RSSThis story aired June 9, 2009 on Wisconsin Public Radio James_001>> Several weeks ago David Overlin was given a $10 bill. He was one of few thousand people in Southern Wisconsin asked by Summit Credit Union to pay the money forward. In other words, […]

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