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June 2011

The following is the first Guest Post to ever be featured on MyLifeOutdoors. Thank you to Joe at The Adventures of Jobiwan for promptly providing a wonderful guest post.  In a recent post by Steven, he had asked if anyone would be interested in writing a guest post. I thought that I would give it a shot. This is my first ever guest post so I hope I don't scare Steven's followers away with it. This also gives me the opportunity to promote

Since the first time I set foot in the Davis Mountains I have been in love. The Davis Mountains are the largest chain of mountains in Texas and second highest chain in the state. The problem is, most of this chain is privately owned, which means hiking and camping are off limits in all but just a few places. Mount Livermore, Davis Mountains, TexasOne of the only exceptions is the Davis Mountain Preserve owned by The Nature Conservancy. But even

It seems the Davis Mountains just can’t catch a break. Just a few weeks after extinguishing the largest fire in Texas history, another fire burns in the Davis Mountains. Just east of Mount Livermore, the Tejano Canyon Fire was started by lightning and has burned 12,000 acres since Friday.Burnt historic CCC building at Davis Mountains State ParkThis happened just days after I left the area and received my first good look at the previous fire damage. This was my second

It has been more then a week since my last post. Mainly because I have been out of town engaging in many hikes and other activities I hope to share with you soon. Until then I wanted to point out something I have been slightly excited about.Not long ago I was contacted by Backpacker Magazine about a trip report for Guadalupe Peak. They asked me for some information and said they wanted to feature my trip in their June National