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Amputee Preparing for Mt. Kilimanjaro Climb

In Climbing | on December, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Amputee Preparing for Mt. Kilimanjaro ClimbNews from MyFox Atlanta: Updated: Friday, 30 Dec 2011, 10:44 PM ESTPublished : Friday, 30 Dec 2011, 5:06 PM EST STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. – A Suwanee man whose goal is to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro next week made his last practice climb Friday on Stone Mountain. Kyle Maynard is a quadruple […]

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Uninsured bargain hunting Groupon for health care …with some savings better than insurance!

In Hunting | on December, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Uninsured bargain hunting Groupon for health care …with some savings better than insurance!News from Daily Mail: By Associated Press Last updated at 5:40 PM on 31st December 2011 The last time Mark Stella went to the dentist he didn’t need an insurance card. Instead, he pulled out a Groupon. Mr Stella, a small business owner, […]

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Hunting, fishing pursuits top the list of New Year’s resolutions

In Fishing | on December, 31, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Hunting, fishing pursuits top the list of New Year’s resolutionsNews from Examiner: It’s hard to believe 2011 is over. There were too many things that didn’t get done for a variety of reasons, but that’s not stopping me from starting anew with a list of outdoor pursuits that are a priority. The main resolution in […]

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Walking and Biking in Royal Oak

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

Walking and Biking in Royal OakNews from Patch: Do you feel safe walking or riding a bike in Royal Oak?  Do you let your kids walk or ride their bikes to school and play?  Or do you drive them everywhere in your car? The answer is obvious in Royal Oak.  Witness the huge traffic jams in […]

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Does Harold Camping Foresee the World Ending in 2012?

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

Does Harold Camping Foresee the World Ending in 2012?News from YAHOO!: The year 2011 has flown by without a hitch … or, at least, without Earth bursting into flames. Radio evangelist Harold Camping‘s famous pair of prophecies — his prediction that true Christians would be safely evacuated to heaven on May 21, and that a […]

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Outdoors gear: A rugged hands-free camera to film your exploits

In Outdoor Gear | on December, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Outdoors gear: A rugged hands-free camera to film your exploitsNews from Reno Gazette: For the adventurer who has every gear item imaginable, you have to ask: Do you have video of your greatest sporting feats? Contour’s Contour+ HD video camera can give the adrenaline junkies in your life just that — allowing them to relive […]

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Fishing guides use knowledgeto steer you toward larger haul

In Fishing | on December, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing guides use knowledgeto steer you toward larger haulNews from Spectrum: Meet bass fishing guide Greg Giacomazza. Greg would seem to have a dream job, spending nearly all his time either fishing, talking about it or advising fishermen on what to buy. He does the latter at Sportsman’s Warehouse, where I met him. Naturally, I […]

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13-YEAR-OLD AMERICAN BOY SETS RECORD ON EVEREST

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

13-YEAR-OLD AMERICAN BOY SETS RECORD ON EVERESTNews from American Reporter: Reporting: Nepal13-YEAR-OLD AMERICAN BOY SETS RECORD ON EVEREST by Chiranjibi PaudyalAmerican Reporter CorrespondentKathmandu, Nepal Back to home page Printable version of this story KATHMANDU, Nepal, May 22, 2010 — A 13-year-old American boy, Jordan Romero, became the youngest person to scale the Mt. Everest, at […]

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Fishing: the next generation

In Fishing | on December, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing: the next generationNews from Gloucester Daily Times: Is there a place in the human DNA for a “fishing” gene, a strand of protein whose weird chemical qualities impel the holder to cast off terra firma for the satisfactions and cruelties of the watery world? If there is, it will be found in the chemistry […]

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English flout hunting ban in foxy style

In Hunting | on December, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

English flout hunting ban in foxy styleNews from The Christian Science Monitor: Fox hunting in the English countryside remains a hotly contested issue, partially because the 2005 ban has had little impact on the widely-practiced tradition.  “Baffle!” yells Peter Collins, summoning his dog midway through his explanation of why the United Kingdom’s Hunting Act is […]

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