Jeremy here, Managing Editor for Art of Manliness, and I'd love to have an AoM meetup in the Denver area sometime in the next couple months. Any interest in that? We could grab some drinks, talk…Continue
Howdy crew,I'd love to see more in-person meetups happen from the community. Wondering if anyone in the Denver area is interested in meeting up at a local brewery on Saturday, October 26. No agenda,…Continue
Jeremy here, Managing Editor for Art of Manliness, and I'd love to have an AoM meetup in the Denver area sometime in the next couple months. Any interest in that? We could grab some drinks, talk about all things manly, and generally have a good time.See More
"Howdy Ken, If you live in the front range, I like Bierstadt as a first 14er. You start above tree line, and it's only about 7 miles round trip. Perfect for a beginner, I think. I've also done Elbert and Pikes, which are quite hard.…"
"I also roast coffee at home (wrote an AoM article about it!) and have thought about starting a side hustle out of it. Biggest thing I'd do is check with local laws about selling food/drink to consumers. Then find an accountant to keep track of…"
My addition to the January AofM Book Club thread hasn't been posted and when I tried to post it again I received a message saying that the post was a duplicate. I'm guessing that the posted comments need to be approved, but I'm new to the book club and it's possible that I'm doing something wrong. Please let me know if that's the case.
Also, after trying to make the post, I noticed that all of the comments that were posted seemed to be under actual names as opposed to user names. My real name is Dan if it makes any difference. Thanks.
"My wife is a big fan of the kind that cuts from the side, so that there isn't a sharp edge. We have a hand crank version, but I know there are electric versions out there if you, or the intended recipient, prefer."
"Actually the P-38 is larger than the P-51. And while the P-51 is faster and has a longer range, I'm not sure that would make it easier. :)
Unless you meant these two. In which case you are probably right."