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Especially in winter, outings don’t always go as planned. But sometimes the “stupid stuff” that happens can provide the most fun.
An Alaska shooting competition at 24 degrees below zero.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer looks back at his youth spent outdoors, his relationship with his mother and how he came to appreciate her perspective later in life.
Refraining from viewing the wilderness as fear-inducing can help us be more attuned to our surroundings.
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman: Alaska emphasizes encouragement for those interested in hunting, fishing and other outdoor activities.
Outdoors writer Steve Meyer considers what to do when we find animals that are suffering.
As he gets older, outdoors columnist Steve Meyer considers what he has, why it matters and what he’s going to do with it all.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer has been accused of being a hoarder. And while some of his stashes aren’t worth much, his interest in stockpiling ammunition has now come in handy.
Dropping a morning carrot off for the rabbit has become a merry part of the recent morning routine for outdoors columnist Steve Meyer.
The dog has hunted in the mountains for more than a decade with outdoors columnist Steve Meyer. Now Meyer is wondering if that irrevocable drive to hunt in the high country has been too much.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer writes that although the modern Thanksgiving experience has become bloated, there’s still reason to give thanks — and consider how the holiday came to be.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer loves to get out in the nasty stuff, but he reminds us there are some necessary preparations for snowy adventures.
Columnist Steve Meyer explains how personal safety revolvers require a lot of training, but can sometimes be used resourcefully as well.
Outdoors columnist Steve Meyer has been haunted by dwindling whitetail ptarmigan numbers. Witnessing a rebound can be a fine reward for a day on the mountain.
Columnist Steve Meyer tells the tale of how he carried around a lead shot in his leg for decades.