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Bourbon Trail Dirt

Luckily, the TrailDirt crew had an urgent errand to run that brought us to the Bluegrass state for a very short stay, and we decided we couldn’t leave the state and its unbridled spirit without hitting its most important, most valuable, and most defining trail: The Kentucky Bourbon Trail. It was February 15th, 2013, the day of the […]

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Gram Parsons Was a Desert Rat

Thirty-nine years ago today, Gram Parsons departed this world at Room 8 of the Joshua Tree Inn outside of his favorite place in the world, Joshua Tree National Park. His music changed rock and roll forever. The album The Guilded Palace of Sin by The Flying Burrito Brothers, his band with Chris Hillman after they both […]

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Women Hiking: Oh Yeah

More and more women are hitting the trails these days. From hard-core AT through-hikers to ladies doing casual day hiking in their nearby parks and on neighborhood trails, it seems that nature offers a spiritual renewal for most women that take up hiking, as well as a sense of empowerment and accomplishment. I was not […]

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Old RV

This Old Camper

A Saratoga, New York, couple bought an old camper to take out on weekends. Fun, right? Wrong. Turns out they had no idea what they bought, and when they looked inside…disaster. Instead of junking it, they remodeled it and made the camper of their dreams. I probably would not rewire it with 110 over 12 […]

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