Outside correspondent Mike Steere is a freelance writer based in Chicago. A longtime skier and a frequent contributor to both Outside magazine and Outside Online, Mike interviewed Warren Miller while the ski flick king was between shoots at his home in Vail, Colorado.
Steere's other work available online includes:
Profile of Capt. Bill Pinkney who, in 1992, became the first African-American to sail alone around the world. He did it with 30,000 school kids learning from afar his lessons of dreams, education, and commitment. (Includes video clips and audio.)
Expert forum: Dream Towns. When Mike unveiled these seven slices of heaven, he got online to defend his list.
"This Isn't Heaven, It's Madison, Wisconsin." Mike's controversial report that began the debate on the best places to live where you can play outside and still have a real life.
"Flying the Mother Load." Tips for traveling with your oversized sports equipment.
"Trekking: The Nature Ear," a review of a little device that amplifies the sounds of nature.
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