Here's the video of the bison I shot once I got a safe distance away lol pic.twitter.com/uL3XiR2ISR— Deion Broxton KTVM (@DeionNBCMT) March 26, 2020
It seems obvious that when confronted with a half-ton wild animal, one should generally head in the other direction. And yet, every summer there are new videos of people having unfriendly run-ins with wild animal(s). Bison are often the culprit, probably because they have an outwardly-docile demeanor and look somewhat like cattle.
Perhaps having seen some of the aforementioned videos, Bozeman-based TV reporter Deion Broxton clearly had no desire for an up-close-and-personal encounter with the local bison population while shooting a segment near Yellowstone National Park. If only there were more people saying "I ain't messing with you" and less people saying "Let me get a little closer and then take a photo."
Craig Kelly was unquestionably a legend, a pioneer, a masterful artist and above all an insightful and intuitive human who was lost too soon. January 21, 2016 marked the 13th year since Kelly passed away tragically in an avalanche guiding a backcountry mission near Revelstoke, BC, according to Transworld Snowboarding. While inducting him into the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame in 2013, they said, "nobody ever, in the history of snowboarding has meant so much to so many people
This will still be here when this all blows over, so let's rein in the stoke and keep staying extra responsible out there. Lily Krass photo. The problem with backcountry skiing and snowboarding is that our decision making often doesn’t come with direct validation. We often don't know if we made the right decision, because there's no direct feedback to prove us right or wrong. Sometimes there is, though. Just a few days before the gates were closed to the public, I was involved in a close
Working in the outdoor industry has its perks. The rad people, the gear discounts, and of course the opportunity to blend your passion with your 9-5. Getting that said dream job? Easier said than done. If you’re hungry for a few tips, Patagonia recruiting manager Alyssa Kessler has some worth considering. She recently caught up with the Outdoor Dream Jobs podcast to share a few ways to help your chances of getting in with a coveted company like Patagonia. RELATED: Clif Bar Celebrates