Archive: October, 2014

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T. GAMBLE: No way I’ll Gamble on mountain climbing

In Climbing | on October, 31, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

T. GAMBLE: No way I’ll Gamble on mountain climbingNews from The Albany Herald: T. Gamble The world is full of folks trying to accomplish new goals. Sometimes it is just their own personal goal, a bucket list sort of thing. You know … run a 5k race or travel to all 50 states. I understand […]

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Owners of outdoor power gear suffer ethanol defeat

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

Owners of outdoor power gear suffer ethanol defeatNews from ConsumerReports.org: Owners of outdoor power equipment—mowers, blowers and such—were handed another defeat this past week when an appeals court rejected a suit by a number of industry stakeholders to limit the amount of ethanol in gasoline and require stricter labeling. Ethanol can damage the small engines […]

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The decline of ageism in biking

In Biking | on October, 21, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

The decline of ageism in bikingNews from Rocky Mountain Collegian: Share this article: … Read the full article . Related News: Janesville mountain biking team alternative to mainstream sportsNews from Gazettextra: 48° October 17, 2014 Jennifer Du Puis Nolan Steig (middle), a senior at Janesville Craig High School, practices low-angled turning Wednesday with other members […]

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Thieves steal trailer full of camping gear from Lakeland Cub Scouts

In Camping | on October, 20, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Thieves steal trailer full of camping gear from Lakeland Cub ScoutsNews from wreg.com: LAKELAND, Tenn. — Another group of Mid-South scouts has learned the hard way that not everyone believes in good citizenship. Someone stole Cub Scout Pack 455’s new trailer Friday, just as the Lakeland pack was about to use the trailer and its […]

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Hunting clubs target coyotes

In Hunting | on October, 17, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Hunting clubs target coyotesNews from The Detroit News: MICHAEL MELIA, Associated Press 12:04 a.m. EDT October 17, 2014 In this Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 photo, hunt master William T. Stuart, from Fairfield County Hounds, collects the hounds for a hunt, in Bridgewater, Conn. At the last fox-hunting club in the state, it’s been three years […]

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State Parks Offering New Camping Experience — Yurts

In Camping | on October, 17, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

State Parks Offering New Camping Experience — YurtsNews from CBS Local: AFTON (WCCO) — Outdoor lovers have a new way to spend the night at three of Minnesota’s state parks. The new shelters have the feel of a tent only with comfort of a cabin. They are known as “yurts.” The Department of Natural Resources […]

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Oh My Cod! Fishing In Iceland

In Fishing | on October, 15, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Oh My Cod! Fishing In IcelandNews from Daily Caller: 4344378 By Anietra Hamper, Women’s Outdoor News It’s hard to believe that any cultural or natural element in Iceland could be as profound as the evolving landscape created by shifting glaciers and erupting volcanoes, but the land of fire and ice provides prime habitat for some of […]

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Pennsylvania fishing commission wants to reel in people with price drop

In Fishing | on October, 12, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Pennsylvania fishing commission wants to reel in people with price dropNews from The Express-Times – lehighvalleylive.com: From the food you purchase at the grocery store to the cost of a new car or truck, it seems like everything continues to climb in price. One item that won’t be increasing in cost for 2015 is a […]

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Red Devils start climbing the mountain

In Climbing | on October, 11, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Red Devils start climbing the mountainNews from Bureau County Republican: SPRING VALLEY — The St. Bede Academy Bruins and Hall Red Devils both came into Friday’s rivalry 4-2 knowing that one win would make their squad playoff eligible. The Red Devils, with magnificent play from junior quarterback Drew Pullam and tenacious defense from their secondary, […]

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Backcountry camping with his oldest son, enjoying the all of nothing

In Camping | on October, 11, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Backcountry camping with his oldest son, enjoying the all of nothingNews from Los Angeles Times: The Middle Ages I don’t feel the need to camp ever again. Love the hiking, the visuals, the air. But the gritty, fire-smoked world of a backcountry bedroom? You can keep it. And tents? I’m so done with tents. Assuming […]

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