Comments for WildernessDave.com http://wildernessdave.com ...Life, Love and Adventure from an Arizona Hiker... Wed, 19 Mar 2014 12:28:57 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9 Comment on A Stranger in Zion… by Lake Aloha | Hiker Adventures http://wildernessdave.com/a-stranger-in-zion/#comment-99152 Wed, 19 Mar 2014 12:28:57 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2031#comment-99152 […] got into shape. I became a vegetarian. I ran marathons. I met new people. I went hiking in 55 different places all of the country in one year. I did all of that and more, […]

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Comment on One Day in Zion… by Kids That Want to Hike | Hiker Adventures http://wildernessdave.com/one-day-in-zion/#comment-99151 Wed, 19 Mar 2014 12:28:23 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2049#comment-99151 […] my buddy Dave and I finished our epic Adventure at Zion, we celebrated at the Zion Brew Pub. While a brew pub […]

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Comment on Ahnu Elkridge Mid Hiking Boots… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/review/ahnu-elkridge-mid-hiking-boots/#comment-86440 Mon, 10 Feb 2014 21:46:18 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?post_type=reviews&p=1719#comment-86440 Craig,

Thanks for the comments and I’m glad you dig the boots. I still love mine. On the durability side, mine have now put in quite a few miles in all kinds of conditions and they are holding up just fine. The only issue I’ve experienced is a slight color variation after having gone through a few wet, dry cycles in the Arizona heat. But, realistically, if that’s your only issue then you have no issues.

I love my Elkridge Mids.

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Comment on Ahnu Elkridge Mid Hiking Boots… by Craig Fowler http://wildernessdave.com/review/ahnu-elkridge-mid-hiking-boots/#comment-86438 Mon, 10 Feb 2014 21:38:41 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?post_type=reviews&p=1719#comment-86438 I have owned these boots for about three weeks, and roughly 30 miles or so in the woods, and I agree with your assessment. I have been through lots of snow, water, rocks, etc. and they have performed admirably in every situation I have placed them.
They were comfortable out of the box and were pretty much broken in after about 4 miles or so. My feet are “normal” and the boots seem to be just right in all the important (and for that matter, unimportant) places. I cannot yet comment on their long term durability – but after about 30 miles they show no signs of premature wear.
A bit pricey at regular price, but I would pay that for these boots if I couldn’t get them at a discount – which seems to be available in numerous ways on the internet.
I liked these so much that I am now waiting for delivery of the low cut version for dry, summer, or less demanding conditions.
The best, most comfortable, boot I have found yet!

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by What I Read Episode 2: Baskervilles and Margins | Wilderness, found http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-79487 Tue, 21 Jan 2014 05:19:50 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-79487 […] was also writing about the OmniGames, although he wasn’t participating. I love his storytelling style, how he emphasizes the story […]

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-78919 Sun, 19 Jan 2014 18:33:14 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-78919 Wow, thanks Katie. The feeling is mutual, you guys are all amazing and Columbia did an incredible job of pulling people together.

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by Katie http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-78911 Sun, 19 Jan 2014 18:05:49 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-78911 I echo everyone else’s compliments – you’re amazing, Dave! There’s so much more to photography than capturing moments – it’s the angle, the timing, the viewpoint, and knowing which moments to capture. You got some memorable shots for sure! And I agree with Rebecca, your photos tell amazing stories all on their own :) I feel so lucky to have been able to share the experience with you and the rest of the #OmniTen :)

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by Anne Carney http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-78878 Sun, 19 Jan 2014 16:09:38 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-78878 This is beautiful and compelling. Thank you so much for sharing your amazing work with us and enabling us to better tell our unbelievable adventures. You captured so much emotion, strength, fun, and beauty in our moments together. You are one talented man Dave, your photos do a great justice to our experience and the memories we’ve made!

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-78648 Sat, 18 Jan 2014 23:57:05 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-78648 Thanks Heidi…same here. All the activities aside, its just an awesome group f people to hang out with. Good times…

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Comment on Columbia #OmniGames: Supporting Storylines… by Heidi @BananaBuzzbomb http://wildernessdave.com/supporting-storylines/#comment-78490 Sat, 18 Jan 2014 15:53:51 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2430#comment-78490 I’m not really sure I can say anything better than what the others have already said. You are so very talented…but we already knew that. While the photos are absolutely amazing I think your story behind them is even better. Photos aside, I still glad that you decided to attend for the simple fact that we all got to hang out.

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