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CyclePhilly hopes to record biking patterns to help plan bike lanes

In Biking | on April, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

CyclePhilly hopes to record biking patterns to help plan bike lanesNews from Technical.ly: Civic Apr. 30, 2014 12:30 pm Developed by local civic hackers at Code for Philly, in conjunction with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, the idea of having community cyclists crowd source their bike routes for planning authorities first originated in San […]

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Bob Jones’ fishing report April 30

In Fishing | on April, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Bob Jones’ fishing report April 30News from The News Journal: WIL 6 p.m. EDT April 30, 2014 OCEAN Tautog topped reports from boaters fishing the structure piles at Artificial Reef Site 10 and the inshore wrecks off of Delaware and Maryland, with some trips providing limits of keeper fish. Tog also were reported along the […]

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Climbers head home as Everest Sherpas refuse to work – CNN

In Climbing | on April, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Climbers head home as Everest Sherpas refuse to work – CNNNews from Climbers head home as Everest Sherpas refuse to work – CNN: Though Mount Everest remains open, base camp exodus continues as climbers abandon the season Various reasons behind Sherpas’ decision to abandon climb following deadly April 18 avalanche South Korean climber says Nepal […]

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Free camping event offered in Montgomery County

In Camping | on April, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Free camping event offered in Montgomery CountyNews from KPRC Houston: MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas – Lovers of the outdoors are encouraged to take advantage of an affordable outing in the Montgomery County area. The Lake Conroe/Houston North KOA Campground is offering a free night of camping on Saturday May, 10 to celebrate the Kampgrounds of America’s […]

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Two new NOAA reports show strong economic gains from fishing, continued …

In Fishing | on April, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Two new NOAA reports show strong economic gains from fishing, continued …News from NOAA: April 29, 2014 Black sea bass. (Credit: NOAA) U.S. commercial and recreational saltwater fishing generated more than $ 199 billion in sales in 2012, a gain of seven percent over the previous year, with the economic impact of fishing jobs increasing […]

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Bailiwicks Outdoors brings fly fishing accessories and outdoor gear to Dexter

In Outdoor Gear | on April, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Bailiwicks Outdoors brings fly fishing accessories and outdoor gear to DexterNews from concentratemedia: Lauren Kingsley has enjoyed fly fishing for 25 years, during which time she’s become an expert in the industry. While she anticipates outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds will enjoy her new Dexter shop, Bailiwicks Outdoors, she especially hopes it will make sportswomen […]

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Public Space: Vt. artist has unusual take on trophies

In Hunting | on April, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Public Space: Vt. artist has unusual take on trophiesNews from BurlingtonFreePress.com: Free Press Staff 12:02 a.m. EDT April 27, 2014 Vermont artist Catherine Hall pictured among her series, titled “The Hunting Lodge,” on display and available for sale at the Vintage Inspired Lifestyle Marketplace in Burlington through Wednesday. (Photo: EMILY McMANAMY/FREE PRESS ) SHARE 29 […]

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Sandy beach project wrecks prime fishing spots, anglers complain

In Fishing | on April, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Sandy beach project wrecks prime fishing spots, anglers complainNews from The Star-Ledger: ASBURY PARK — Not everyone is happy that a massive project is underway to restore the Jersey shore’s beaches after Hurricane Sandy. With the second summer after the storm approaching, fishing groups say the project is wrecking prime fishing spots by smothering parts […]

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Biking and benefiting others by building homes

In Biking | on April, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Biking and benefiting others by building homesNews from Norwalk Reflector: Local grad and current Ohio University student has unusual summer plans. Helping build a house is on St. Paul High School graduate Nicole Reikowski’s bucket list. The adventure on which she will embark this summer doesn’t have to be. But for charitable folks who enjoy […]

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Camping with kids 101

In Camping | on April, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Camping with kids 101News from Boston Globe: “Our family loves to camp,” says Sheila McNab Millar of Amherst. “You realize how little [stuff] you need to be happy, healthy, and purposeful.” You’re outside and unplugged, so you’re more aware of each other and your environment, she adds. “You feel at peace, relaxed, and rejuvenated as […]

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