July 10, 2013 in Features, Outdoors, Sports Rich Landers, Spokesman-Review outdoors editor, narrates a slideshow of his early July hike into Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, a gem in the Selkirk Mountains just North of Nelson British Columbia. …
May 19, 2013 in Outdoors The West Coast Trail on B.C.’s Vancouver Island was built as a route to safety for shipwreck survivors. Now it’s a 45-mile hiking destination. Follow Spokesman-Review Outdoors Editor Rich Landers …
The Winchester Wasteway is an indelicate name for a nifty overnight canoe trip through the Columbia Basin desert southwest of Moses Lake. March through May is … 2
November 7, 2012 in Outdoors Preaching bear awareness and the benefits of carrying bear spray is a year-round job for Chuck Bartlebaugh, regardless of whether bears are hibernating or prowling where hunters and hikers roam. … 7
December 31, 2009 in Outdoors, Travel Spokane’s Kay LeClaire, age 60, and Dawes Eddy, 66, recently became the second oldest U.S. woman and man to reach the summit of the Mount Everest. Watch a audio slideshow … 1
September 11, 2014 in City Members of the Spokane Valley Fire Department and Spokane County Sheriff’s Office honor guard perform a 9/11 remembrance ceremony at the Spokane County Fair on Sept. 11, 2014.
August 13, 2014 For young people around Coeur d’Alene, leaping from the rocks of Tubbs Hill is what summer is all about: boys showing off for girls, buddies daring each other to jump …
July 17, 2014 A floppy drive orchestra built using old floppy drives by Alex Carman. It produces noise at different tones depending on speed.
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