Archive: November, 2013


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New Thanksgiving tradition: Camping outside stores

In Camping | on November, 30, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

New Thanksgiving tradition: Camping outside storesNews from KVUE: by Doug Miller / KHOU 11 News KHOU Posted on November 29, 2013 at 11:05 AM HOUSTON — On the sidewalk outside a Target store in Meyerland Plaza, the Capps family sat down to Thanksgiving dinner. A mother and her two daughters dined at a card table […]

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Maryland hunting season begins

In Hunting | on November, 30, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Maryland hunting season beginsNews from WJLA: MARYLAND By The Associated Press November 30, 2013 – 08:49 am Decrease Increase Text size HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP) – Maryland’s firearm deer season is opening amid signs that this year’s hunt will be more productive than last year’s. Continue reading The season runs from Saturday through Dec. 14. Early […]

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Fishing Report for Nov. 30

In Fishing | on November, 30, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing Report for Nov. 30News from SALT WATER Razor clams: This afternoon marks the start of an eight-day razor clam dig with the lowest tides so far this season. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says diggers should be able to reach their 15-clam limit. Diggers are required to keep the first 15 […]

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Mountain biking, at night

In Biking | on November, 29, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Mountain biking, at nightNews from Frederick News Post (subscription): It’s nearing 7 o’clock on a November evening. The stars twinkle above the silhouetted treetops in Gambrill State Park. A crescent moon is out. So are the mountain bikers. These cyclists are getting ready for the first night ride of the season. Every Wednesday through April, […]

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Shoppers already camping for savings

In Camping | on November, 28, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Shoppers already camping for savingsNews from PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – It’s the day before Thanksgiving, but some shoppers are already camping out at some retailers to get a jump on everyone for Black Friday. Black Friday this year really isn’t Black Friday, since many retailers are opening their doors on Thursday. Inside Holidays […]

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group reports death threats after supporting hunter who posed with lion

In Hunting | on November, 27, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

group reports death threats after supporting hunter who posed with lionNews from Fox News: The leader of a pro-hunting group in Utah said he has received death threats from animal rights advocates after voicing support for a hunter who posted a picture of herself earlier this month smiling next to the carcass of a male […]

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Black Friday shoppers already camping out

In Camping | on November, 26, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Black Friday shoppers already camping outNews from Black Friday deal seekers already are lining up around the country, especially at Best Buy stores. While some shoppers say they are camping out to score bargains, others say they just enjoy hanging out. In Wisconsin, three former strangers are camping outside Best Buy – something they’ve […]

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Biking initiative ends, projects continue

In Biking | on November, 26, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Biking initiative ends, projects continueNews from Minnesota Daily: The Twin Cities was one of four metro areas in the country to receive a sizable federal grant nearly seven years ago for promoting non-motorized transportation — an initiative that is finishing its final lap. Bike Walk Twin Cities, the resulting $ 28 million pilot program, will […]

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Shrinking Fishing Towns Wonder, Where Did All the Salmon Go?

In Fishing | on November, 25, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Shrinking Fishing Towns Wonder, Where Did All the Salmon Go?News from National Geographic: National Geographic Young Explorers Charu Jaiswal, Jenny Miller, Sarah Robert embarked on a one-month expedition to Alaska to document food scarcity and the revival of hunting and gathering among young people. Follow the team’s updates from the field in Explorers Journal. —— […]

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Search local inventory, coupons and more

In Fishing | on November, 24, 2013 | by | 0 Comments

Search local inventory, coupons and moreNews from RIVERS Chehalis: Fishing the lower river has been producing some coho and a good number of chum salmon. Number 5 Vibrax spinners or Fat Fish plugs cast toward the bank have been effective on low tides, while sardine-wrapped Mag Lip plugs work better during high water. There […]

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