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October, 2010. Our newest program, “Bruce & Tass--Unplugged,” is an introspective, philosophical and humorous account of our life and travels.
We answer 25 provocative questions people have asked about our lifestyle, including “Do we have a real job?” and “Do we ever fight?”
"Unplugged" tells the quirky and humorous behind the scenes stories of our 34 years together--not only the excitement and adventure, but also thoughtful observations about work, play, faith, love, and laughter, and the importance of finding meaning and purpose in life.
Tass is building her confidence and technical skills back up after two years off her mountain bike. Lebanon Hills park in Eagan, Minnesota (a Minneapolis suburb) has one of the funnest mountain bike trails we ride.
Will Steger, Tass, Dan Buettner, Bruce
May 2010. We are finishing up our spring slide show tour in Minneapolis where we enjoy hanging out with friends. Dan Buettner is the bestselling author of The Blue Zone, an important book on living healthier and longer lives. www.bluezones.com
Will Steger has done expeditions to the North Pole and Antacrtica, both dogsledding and skiing. His last trip across Greenland has helped raise awareness of the rapidly melting glaciers. Will began keeping detailed journals of weather observations at age 11. He has always been fascinated with studying climate and seasons.
Will plans to do his next arctic expedition in three years--at age 68. He looks forward to another 30 years of exploring and learning about the world. www.willsteger
May 2010. Minnesota home art.
April 2010. The Lou Ruvo Brain Institute, Las Vegas, NV, by the architecht Frank Gehry
March 2010. Joshua Tree National Park.
February 5, 2010. Our last day in Reno, Nevada. This is an enthusiastic audience of kindergarten, first and second graders at Elmcrest Elementary. Now we head into California to give programs for the rest of Febuary and March.
Jan 23, 2010. We start our winter slide show tour in Salt Lake City, Utah. Here Bruce is giving a program to 800 9th graders at South Jordan Middle School.
Summer 2009. We begin the huge process of switching to digital projection by scanning and converting thousands of slides to digital format.
October 2009. Bruce & Tass are Keynote Speakers once again at the
Travel Writers & Photographers Workshop, Boulder, CO
August 2009. Tass gets the okay to cycle off her trainer and is back outside six weeks after her second leg surgery.
July 2009. She has a second surgury a year later in Boulder, CO, to remove all three of the giant screws put in her leg after she broke it last year. The screws were clustered together in the top of her tibia, just below the knee. The incision on the kneecap and top of her knee are from the orthoscopic work done to clean up the joint and remove excess scar tissue.
The last few years we have been taking repeated trips to Mexico, and also Guatemala and Belize to update our Rainforests & Maya Ruins program.
Pyramid of Kukulcan, Chichen Itza, Mexico. December 2007.
In October 2006 we spent a month in Guanajuato, one of our favorite cities in Mexico.
We visited the Mexican states of Guanajuato and Michoacan to see the famous Day of the Dead celebrations.
July 4th, 2006 The Black Hills Climbers Coalition (of which Bruce is president) was asked by the Devils Tower staff to take a flag to the top for a special celebration. Tass and Bruce with Uncle Sam on top.
Find out how our snowboards are specially made for high speed riding up on the edge of the board.
In 2004 Bruce climbs El Matador to celebrate his 50th birthday!
Where in the World
are Bruce and Tass?
Each fall and winter we travel through a state that has one of the best places to see wild horses.