The weather seems to change drastically each and every day when we wake, and then again throughout the day. We hear a forecast: slightly windy 5-10 miles per hour, with chance of rain, low of 36 and a high of 47, or a low of 76, high of 95, and wind at 10-15 miles per hour. Unlike the Red Wolf, how do outdoor enthusiasts know how to dress for the day or the number of days they will be in the outdoors? Read More
Red Wolf Tales, the blog, will present an array of topics, tips, tricks, insights, trends, gear, philosophies for the outdoors, training and certification opportunities.
Why have I chosen to call this blog “Red Wolf Tales?” As red is one of Lynchburg College’s colors, it would be a natural thought to connect the name and the color. However, my trail name is Red Wolf. Like many hikers and outdoor enthusiasts, I have a trail name which allows me to present myself in a unique way to others in the outdoors. I became Red Wolf through a variety of interactions and incidents.
I’d like to start with definitions of “Red” and “Wolf.” Read More »