The Cleanest Line

Month: February 2012

Van Yoga

Van Yoga

Feb 28, 2012 February 28, 2012

By Lydia Zamorano 13 tips for on-the-road yoga when it's too cold to practice outdoors: 1. Have at least a 6 by 3 foot level floor, and a nice traveling companion who doesn't mind making space for your swinging limbs. 2. The more height the better. A… Read More

Current Events

Current Events

By Kelly Cordes   |   Feb 24, 2012 February 24, 2012

Crazy world we live in. Somebody ought to sell tickets. Hell, I’d buy one. Some thoughts on current events, large and small: • Wednesday was National Margarita Day. It’s about time, what with all this recent climbing world drama. Surely a little drinky can soothe some… Read More

El Berberecho

El Berberecho

By Tony Butt   |   Feb 22, 2012 February 22, 2012

By Tony Butt One would think that the early nineties would be a relatively late stage to discover new surf in Europe. When I set off from Cornwall to Galicia in November 1992 in a van with two mates, all we were expecting to do was satisfy our own curiosity. Read More

Grand Canyon Wins New Protections From Uranium Mining

Grand Canyon Wins New Protections From Uranium Mining

By Taylor McKinnon   |   Feb 16, 2012 February 16, 2012

by Taylor McKinnon The Obama administration rang in the New Year with a gift to wildlands and wildlife: a 20-year ban on new mining on 1 million acres of public lands around Grand Canyon National Park. The move, in the face of a rash of new uranium-mining claims, bans new… Read More

A Word …

A Word …

By Yvon Chouinard   |   Feb 15, 2012 February 15, 2012

The siege tactic used on Cerro Torre’s Compressor Route is perhaps the most egregious example of alpinism’s egoistic “manifest destiny” philosophy, one that calls for conquering the mountain by any means, then leaving in place the pitons, bolts, ropes and cables. This debases a route, leaving it… Read More

Tortilla Español

Tortilla Español

By Brittany Griffith   |   Feb 9, 2012 February 9, 2012

Here’s a recipe that every dirtbag should learn to make; it’s exotic sounding, yet relatively simple to make from basic, easy-to-find ingredients. Also, since it requires nothing much more than a fry pan, spatula, bowl, and plate, this one can be made in your van or campsite. I first… Read More

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