I recently spent a night in LA with one of my closest friends, who has an adorable and highly intelligent 4-year-old. I've been around this kid since he was an infant, and he's always been just as verbal as he is inquisitive, so it's no surprise that his first phrase was, "What's that?"

I’m a horse lover — and I also consider myself to be a conservationist. But when you examine the current controversy surrounding wild horses in the western U.S., there isn’t as much overlap as you’d think. The more radical management proposals, like culling and slaughter, are pissing off animal rights activists, and while everyone is busy arguing about what’s best for these animals, their numbers continue to explode.

Yesterday a blogger emailed me and asked if I’d like to contribute to an article about “the most popular destinations for storm chasers.” I contemplated replying with, “Texas Roadhouse,” but only about ten people would get that joke, so I refrained.

Last week I returned from a backpacking trip in Wyoming’s Wind River Range with And She’s Dope Too (ASDT), a women’s outdoor collective that offers retreats all over the western U.S. — and has a large online community, supporting all kinds of talented ladies.

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