Cochise Breeze

Essays From the Field

Hanging on a protection bolt, on a moderate traverse, unable and unwilling to move; a free climbing failure – I was starting to get grumpy. The wind shrieked across our amphitheater of stone columns and corridors jutting above the green thicket of red trunked madrone trees thrashing in the wind

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Wildfire prevention is our responsibility

Essays From the Field

*At the time of this publishing there are a lot of active fires in the western region of the United States. Our thoughts go out to all those affected by those fires and to the firefighters working tirelessly to control and mitigate wildfires.

Daniel Campbell, a 15-year Prevention Technician for

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Three T’s: The Tahoe Twirl

Essays From the Field

Today, peering out through the thick air, into the trees and the claustrophobic smokey haze beyond, I keep thinking how lucky I was this time a little over a year ago, when 4 crystal clear, fireless days allowed Ryan and I to breathe free and suck in every last view

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