Merinoholics

It's Hot. It's the Height of Summer.
It's hot. It's the height of summer. It's the days where cotton clings to armpits and sweat trickles down spines. As I bike down the Western part of Manhattan Island, I drip with perspiration. The air is laden with the...
The Power of Spring
Canadian weather can be unpredictable in the spring. What draw me to this wonderful rocking place are the cold water walleyes that many people seek during the early spring of fishing season. This is the first time I discovered how...
The Wasatch was Blessed with Heavy Snowfall
Well, Just when I thought it was all over and gave up all hope, the Wasatch was blessed with heavy snowfall (2 to 3 feet in areas) of our usual preference...high density, low moisture fluffy greatness. Although this season was...
A Caribbean Adventure!
A lot of people caveat wool as a winter time fabric. It has connotations of hounds-tooth sweaters at Christmas parties, woolen snowflake beanie caps in ski lodges, and itchy pilled scarves worn on our first toboggan runs as children. But...
Early Morning Hike
The pictures above are from an early fall sunrise hike in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The hike started at 4:00 am so that I could catch a sunrise from the summit of East Osceola. The skies were clear...
When You’re Up High in the Back-country
When you’re high in the back-country of elk country, you need clothing that will help keep you cool, dry and warm all at the same time. I need something that is going to keep me going long after the rest...