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Biking festival ‘worth ?500000’

In Biking | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Biking festival ‘worth ?500000’News from BBC News:31 October 2011 Last updated at 06:24 ET The second edition of the TweedLove event was held in the Borders in June The economic impact of a week-long bike festival in the Borders has been estimated at more than ?500,000. The second edition of the TweedLove event was staged […]

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Sister Wives Recap: Goin’ Camping, Polygamy Style

In Camping | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Sister Wives Recap: Goin’ Camping, Polygamy StyleNews from The Hollywood Gossip: Kody Brown and Robyn Brown, one of the titular stars of TLC’s Sister Wives, welcomed the family’s 17th child last week at their home in Las Vegas, Nevada. With four wives and now 17 kids, guy’s got his hands full. Fortunately, there’s time for […]

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Green Expo: Ethanol headaches and possible cures

In Uncategorized | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Green Expo: Ethanol headaches and possible curesNews from ConsumerReports.org: One of the stars of this year’s Green Industry and Equipment Expo (GIE+Expo) isn’t permitted into the exhibit hall during show hours. It’s the ethanol mixed with gasoline at most pumps in the country. And when the conversation wasn’t about products to counter ethanol’s corrosive effects, […]

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Keith Combs wins Toyota Texas Bass Classic in dramatic fashion

In Uncategorized | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Keith Combs wins Toyota Texas Bass Classic in dramatic fashionNews from North Texas e-News: Combs outlasts Mike Iaconelli in sudden death fish-off  Conroe, TX – The Toyota Texas Bass Classic (TTBC), the world championship of professional bass fishing, had to go into overtime to crown a champion. Keith Combs of Huntington, TX outlasted Mike Iaconelli […]

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Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increase

In Uncategorized | on October, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increaseNews from Detroit Free Press: Email this article Bear warnings getting boost as attacks increase Wildlife agencies in the northern Rockies go to lengths to warn people of the dangers of grizzly country — from signs advising hikers to carry Mace-like bear spray to radio ads that warn hunters […]

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Denny Hamlin wins first NASCAR truck race

In Camping | on October, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Denny Hamlin wins first NASCAR truck raceNews from Boston Herald: MARTINSVILLE — Denny Hamlin is no stranger to Victory Lane at Martinsville Speedway. Sure enough on Saturday, there he was again. This win was different than all the others, though, because it came in a truck. Hamlin passed Austin Dillon and Ron Hornaday on a […]

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TAKING ON ANNAPURNA

In Climbing | on October, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

TAKING ON ANNAPURNANews from Fredericksburg.com: HARD WORK, danger, even the possibility of death don’t chill climbers’ passions for some peaks. Veteran climber Ed Viesturs and David Roberts, the author of 20 books on mountaineering, adventure and history, don’t explain what motivates people to risk it all on the world’s tallest frozen mountains. But they do […]

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Harold Camping’s Family Radio Pulls Doomsday Predictions from Website

In Camping | on October, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Harold Camping’s Family Radio Pulls Doomsday Predictions from WebsiteNews from TIME: Sheila Jones, from Sacramento, California travels through West Virginia to promote Judgment Day on May 21, 2011. Michael Williamson / The Washington Post / Getty Images Prepare yourself: the end is here. The end of the end of the world predictions, that is. Family […]

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Skating rink plan remains standing

In Camping | on October, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Skating rink plan remains standingNews from Victoria Times Colonist: Plans for an outdoor skating rink on the same site as a growing tent city in Centennial Square are still on track. Victoria Mayor Dean Fortin and Downtown Victoria Business Association manager Ken Kelly both said they have talked with several of the people living in […]

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Bike trails’ opening day approaching

In Uncategorized | on October, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Bike trails’ opening day approachingNews from Anniston Star:The local plot of land off Monsanto Road, south of Alabama 202, was one of the first pieces of property purchased through the Forever Wild Program and will be one of the last opened to the public. But opening day is drawing near. The nearly 4,000 acres of […]

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