As has been the case for many of our activities as Columbia’s Directors of Toughness, I had never really given kayaking much thought. As daft as it may seem, I didn’t even really know that river trips existed for people who didn’t own boats. You would be surprised at how inclusive a river trip canContinue reading

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On their most recent mission, the Directors of Toughness brave the whitewater rapids of the Klamath River. Follow our Directors of Toughness as they head to our own backyard in the Pacific Northwest where they navigate the whitewater rapids of the Klamath River. River Time: Exploring the Pacific Northwest We moved from eddy to rapid,Continue reading

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On August 21st here in the United States, we will experience night in the middle of the day thanks to a total solar eclipse. As this hasn’t happened in the country since 1979 and won’t happen again for another six years, it’s a pretty special celestial event. What’s extra unique about this one is thatContinue reading

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Even though the total solar eclipse doesn’t hit until August 21, the places that will deliver “path of totality”—astronomer-speak for the optimal position from which to view the event because you’re in the direct path of the resulting blackness—have already become highly prized. While the eclipse will be visible throughout North America, only a 70-mile-wideContinue reading

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Even though the total solar eclipse doesn’t hit until August 21, the places that will deliver “path of totality”—astronomer-speak for the optimal position from which to view the event because you’re in the direct path of the resulting blackness—have already become highly prized. While the eclipse will be visible throughout North America, only a 70-mile-wideContinue reading

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Even though the total solar eclipse doesn’t hit until August 21, the places that will deliver “path of totality”—astronomer-speak for the optimal position from which to view the event because you’re in the direct path of the resulting blackness—have already become highly prized. While the eclipse will be visible throughout North America, only a 70-mile-wideContinue reading

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