Dear reader,

I love the holidays, partly because I make a point of spending a lot of time outside with family and friends. But it’s also a time when I reflect on how much I enjoy my lifestyle—and how much I appreciate readers like you who read and support my blog. To show my appreciation, I have a special gift for you.

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Michael Lanza of The Big Outside at Hurricane Pass on the Teton Crest Trail, Grand Teton National Park.
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