Stuff You Should Click On: Week of March 18

Mar 18, 2011
Outside Magazine

Here's a little inspiration this week to keep you going. And going. And in one case, going still. Hats off to everyone who's out there making it happen. Here's the stuff you should click on this week.

Off to A Good Start:
81-year-old walks or hikes more than 1,000 miles a year (CourierPostOnline)

Getting There:
"World's Oldest Cyclist" Still Riding Daily at Age 103 (TreeHugger)
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Now We're Talking:
Survival Skills: World's Oldest Man
Walter Breuning, 114, on heartache, neckties, and death (Men's Journal)

I Think This is What The Kids Would Call "Sick":
Sit-Skier Chris Devlin-Young Skis Corbet's Couloir (

Not Sure What to Call This:

Nice Rack:
Thule Makes Custom Rack for My Car (adventure journal)

A man, a plan, a canal, Panama:
Surfing the Panama Canal...for Four Hours (adventure journal)

The Summit is Only Half Way:

Hey, Look Up:

 --Michael Webster

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