By Parker Schiffer On a Monday night in late July 2018, I walked into Earth Treks, Golden. I’d had a long day at a new job in a new city, but I had prioritized this evening ever since moving back to Colorado a few weeks earlier. I filled out the waiver, changed out of my khakis, and headed upstairs. There I...
As many of you know, snacks are the key to sending hard and having a great climbing trip. Since we are all stuck at home it’s a perfect time to do some backyard cookouts, and sharpen your skills in the camp kitchen. Today I want to share one of my favorite recipes for the campground, the van, or wherever you decide to dirtbag on your next adventure when we are able to get back out there.
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