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How to Grab a Bite to Eat and Help the Planet


You CAN grab something to eat, enjoy every bite, AND help the planet...

How to Save Money AND help the planet


Don't all of us love to have the money to do the fun things that bring us joy? Not that all fun things require money, mind you, on the contrary! But have you ever wanted to read that awesome-looking new book, eat at that new green restaurant in town or throw a party for friends and family...only to be short a little cash?

Spanish Courses in Spain


Spain: sun, sea, sand and Spanish... discover us! Spain, a golden country in the heart of Europe and gateway to the Americas. A mini continent blessed with sunshine and charisma and overflowing with culture, history, art, flamenco and mouth watering tapas.

Maples for Autumn Colour


As the weather cools in late summer and the days shorten noticeably so the deciduous trees and shrubs begin to withdraw chlorophyll from their leaves in preparation for the winter shutdown. With less of that vital green pigment to mask them, the other colours within the leaves begin to show through. While the best of the autumn color may be over for this year, the coming winter months are the time to consider how best to prepare for next years autumn glory.

Too much to do in London!


No one can truly say they know London well. To know London completely is impossible. London changes faster than pigeons descending into the fountains of Trafalgar Square. Home to inhabitants for over 2,000 years now London has grown from the protective circle of the Tower to a sprawling metropolis, the ideal platform for constant illustrious activity. Always where there is history there are tales to tell. Tourists are naturally drawn to the regular tourist attractions, yet it is the true travellers that seek deeper to find the gems of a 2,000 year-old town. It only takes a very small amount of investigating to find something more rewarding, more interesting, more inspiring in London, than the London Dungeons (although it must be said ? is a damn good laugh if you can bear the hour long queues!). For instance, not even a minute?s walk from the London Dungeons is the Hay?s Galleria. This gem is for some totally bizarre reason hidden from all guidebooks and tourist information ? no doubt to preserve its lack of thousands of tourists making it a less exclusive haven. Please go there! It?s a beautiful indoor/outdoor menagerie of a few select shops, with a vast concourse of cafes, market stalls, bands, presentations, and of course, it overlooks a beautiful part of the Thames. Turn right from Hays Galleria and you find yourself in a Thames-side walkway next to the newest buildings in town. The architecture is phenomenal, and these lord-mayor buildings are still so new that you can imagine that the cellophane has just freshly been peeled off all the windows. You are welcome to enter the Lord Mayor?s building (it?s the one shaped like a golf ball), go to the top and marvel at the mind-boggling roundness of it all ? plus of course see the spectacular views of the HMS Belfast, Tower Bridge & the Tower of London. Continue strolling directly into the I-Witness open-air gallery, before maybe snacking on a hot-dog in the mini-fairground. Walk past the green that previously hosted many Hollywood film premieres in giant marquees, the David Blaine in-a-box episode, plus many other varied events, and you are literally underneath Tower Bridge, keep walking and you are now in Shad Thames, a true delight of traffic-free, cobbled streets full of people, giving you a precise feeling of how the London streets felt hundreds of years ago. It is as if these streets have been restored from long ago, thus delivering to the traveller a wonderfully rich blend of old and new in the same vicinity. Circle around Shad Thames, past the ever-changing Design-Museum, and find yourself in Butlers Wharf, a charming quay-side collection of bars & restaurants all overlooking the Thames opposite the equally picturesque St Katherine?s Dock. Trust me when I tell you that Butlers Wharf is the ultimate in romantic settings. Hays Galleria to Butlers Wharf is one walk of quite possibly hundreds to choose from, in fact ? that?s a whole day right there! There are equal delights even if you turned left out of Hay?s Galleria instead, especially the Clink Street Prison Museum, Vinopolis (Wine Museum), Borough Market, Southwark Cathedral, I could go on?. Great streets, great walks, great museums (forget the big-ones ? go to the Children?s museum in Bethnal Green for a real treat). It is frustrating to think that the bulk of visitors to London wind up staying in some of the least interesting areas. Paddington & Bayswater are both great areas, being so close to Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens (now home to the finally-completed Princess Diana shrine). Kensington & Earls Court have their highlights too, but there is more to London than the tried and tested tourist routes. I recently stayed in a five star hotel in the middle of the city on the weekend for less than one hundred pounds a night, and was amazed at exactly how completely empty the city of London was. I was in heaven! There I was in the middle of one of the oldest cities around, and I had it all to myself! City hotels are notorious for being completely empty on weekends, hence the great rates. I am sure tourists pay over the hundred pounds per night threshold to stay in ?trendy? Kensington etal, when they could easily stay next to Tower Bridge, St Paul?s, Millennium Bridge etc, for much less. Needless to say that the City of London (the financial centre) is absolutely coloured with history, everywhere you go there are buildings proclaiming their 16th century origins, and they are in abundance. I was recently taken to what is supposedly one of the oldest London pubs in existence. Again, this pub is not only hidden from the guidebooks and the common information sources, it is also hidden from the public! I had to be taken there, as I would never have been able to find it unless accompanied. This pub is hidden from the world. It is sandwiched between two narrow streets and therefore completely obscured from any main thoroughfare. It has its own courtyard and as you stand supping a pint outside, it is as if you are in Victorian London. Look down the misty streets and it is easy to conjure up an old bobby on the beat blowing his whistle, or Jack the Ripper lurking in the shadows. Oh - and there?s a 150 year old tree growing through the building, to add to the oddity of the pub. Hampstead is another great area waiting to be discovered. Covered in green spaces, Hampstead (North London) is perfect for the idyllic setting combined with the close proximity to the big-smoke. Steeped in its own folklore, Hampstead was home to Dick Turpin (apparently he was born at the Spaniard?s Inn ? hugely popular and famous pub on the Heath) of which his ghost still roams Kenwood house, and the surrounding woodlands. The high streets of Hampstead, Belsize Park, and the immaculately kept Primrose Hill are possibly the last untouched-by-commercialism streets in London (no Starbucks here!). If you want breath-taking views of the city, historical sites detailing the ?first entry point into London?, combined with al-fresco dining, and an altogether more relaxed atmosphere, Hampstead is the place, and less than 15 minutes on the tube to the city centre! Now do you see why it seems frustrating that tourists stay in less desirable areas when they could stay in an altogether more inspiring location, just as close to all the major attractions? Of course, Hampstead is one of London?s many beauty spots, yet the city is not all about beauty. As with any home to approximately 10 million people, varied activity is rife. London events cannot help but affect all, every Londoner has an opinion on the congestion zone, on the ill-fated Millennium Dome, on Tony Blair, in fact on any topic you care to mention. Start a conversation with any London black-cab driver ? typically famous for their outspoken views, and you will find yourself immediately thrown into the debate of the day. So, when visiting London do not even attempt to see it all ? you cannot. In a city where already this year a Roman road has been uncovered a mile below ground level dating back to 1 AD, and where Paddington workers uncovered Brunel?s first iron-bridge ? one they didn?t know existed - London is forever creating wonders on a regular basis. enq@VisitHotels.com www.VisitHotels.com

Shark Pictures Not The Real Thing


Pictures of a massive dead Great White shark on the back of a bakkie are doing the rounds on email with the subject line saying "Caught at Monwabisi and Strandfontein Beach yesterday" - but experts have dismissed it as a hoax.

Japanese Garden of Monaco


Have you ever seen an authentic Japanese garden? Well, I had the chance of seeing the one in Monaco and was really impressed too. Wanna taste a little Japanese culture? Stepping on this ground is escaping from the real world into a fantasy land. You suddenly find yourself in a typical Japanese natural setting like the ones you see in marvelous paintings. The only thing that's missing is the fog. Instead, the Mediterranean sun reveals all minute details in a warm light.

Greek Food


A meal in Greece is highlighted with a selection of hot and cold plates known as mezedes. Soups are few but they are meals by themselves.

Ultralight Backpacking Versus Traditional Backpacking


Contrary to what many think, ultralight backpacking is not just about the freedom to hike more miles or to take your whole pack up the mountain with you. It is also about comfort and safety. Backpackers with heavy loads work too hard and threaten their joints too much. Challenges may add to the experience, but why suffer more than is necessary?

Side-Tripping in Montana


Nightlife in Big Sky, Montana is more exciting than you would think. Especially for a pair of happy-go-lucky California girls in town just for the heck of it, on a spur-of-the-moment vacation in search of a Western adventure. Not the kind of west-coast adventure you?d find on a sunny San Diego beach covered with half-nude bodies dripping with SPF 15 tanning lotion. Or the kind you?d find on a Big Bear ski slope watching bikini babes race down the black diamond hills with sun screen-covered noses.

Three Places to Interact with Dolphins in Hawaii


Visitors to Hawaii frequently see dolphins from shore or on a whale-watching cruise or fishing boat. Visitors sometimes happen to be in the water snorkeling or kayaking when a pod of dolphins swims by. Some visitors even seek out dolphins, either by frequenting areas where dolphins live and play, like Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island, or by taking a boat tour that frequents areas where dolphins live and play.

Where to Find Some of the Best Beaches in the World


We think that Cape Town has some of the best beaches in the world.

Review: Russell Shortos The Island At The Center Of The World


Up to now the preponderant view held by many historians is that Dutch contribution to American history and particularly to that of New York has been one of irrelevancy. As we no doubt realize, the winners write history, and unfortunately, whatever the losers may have contributed, it seems to be lost or forgotten in the shuffle.

Amazing Trek Across TIbet!


Today Bookpleasures and Sketchandtravel are pleased to have as our guest, Brandon Wilson, author of Yak Butter Blues.

Traveling To and Around Hawaii, A First-Time Visitors Primer


Six different islands in Hawaii are open to tourism. Most first-timers planning a trip to one or more than one island have numerous questions relating to where exactly to go and how exactly to get there. This primer will answer those questions.

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Inviting the outdoors in | Living  thepress.net

There are plenty of ways to bring nature indoors to reap the benefits of an earthy connection inside your home.


This is the best time of year to be an outdoors enthusiast in Maine  Bangor Daily News

One clue that autumn is rapidly approaching: You wake up with a rather large dog stealing your covers and trying to absorb as much body heat as possible.


Guide to Queens: Spend the fall outdoors with these Queens adventures  QNS.com

Whether it's foliage walks, pumpkin patches, or spooky maze and cemetery tours, Queens has got the nature enthusiasts covered for the fall season. Here are ...


How Does Investing In Johnson Outdoors Inc. (NASDAQ:JOUT) Impact The Volatility Of Your Portfolio?  Yahoo Finance

Anyone researching Johnson Outdoors Inc. (NASDAQ:JOUT) might want to consider the historical volatility of the share price. Volatility is considered to be a ...


Outdoors: Bartonville Mountain a slow starter's dream  Times Union

She used to be such a great excuse. When my 9-year-old daughter, who we call "Little Wren," was smaller, we did small hikes. She was a great reason to ...


Pianist sets In a Landscape classical music concert outdoors  Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

STARBUCK — Pianist Hunter Noack's In a Landscape: Classical Music in the Wild outdoor concert will be at 5:30 p.m. Friday at Buck Hi Day Arena, Highway ...


Welcome to CSU's Outdoor Club  Rocky Mountain Collegian

Sponsored *Content* One of the great things about Colorado is its expansive outdoor land for people to explore. Everyone should get the opportunity to.


OUTDOORS | Paddlesports a growing statewide trend | Sports | tribdem.com  TribDem.com

The Stonycreek River was, for decades, a foul-smelling, polluted waterway that left behind a brownish-orange stain on the rocks, dirt, protective manmade walls ...


Academy Sports + Outdoors opening new store in Buford this weekend  Gwinnettdailypost.com

Academy Sports + Outdoors will celebrate the grand opening of a brand new store in Buford this weekend with a display of some fancy footwork and ball ...


Be cautious when burning outdoors this drier season  Crossville Chronicle

Wildland fire officials with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture Division of Forestry are keeping a close eye on weather conditions as the state and region ...


Outdoor Activities  Napa Valley Register

The inaugural Putt Putt at First Street Napa event is scheduled from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, featuring a six-hole mini golf course. Organizers of the ...


Gone Outdoors August 31st, 2019 Edition | The Mighty 790 KFGO  KFGO News

Scott Brewer and Kyle Agre are talking hunting, fishing and just about anything you can do outdoors each week on "Gone Outdoors" radio.


Idaho's rugged outdoors are now more accessible than ever for people with disabilities  East Idaho News

BOISE (Idaho Statesman) — Roger Howard was inspecting an Idaho campground when a nearby camper said he hoped Howard didn't “ruin the outdoors.”.


Gander RV & Outdoors opens in Marion in former Gander Mountain building  The Southern

MARION — Gander RV & Outdoors opened its doors to the public at 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to Gander Outdoors Retail Store Manager William Roseberry.


Feral cats and their kittens are better off left outdoors  San Francisco Examiner

As people who love and empathize with animals, seeing cats—and particularly kittens—outdoors tempts us to launch into action to find ways to help them.


The benefits of fire | Outdoors  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Managers on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest said they are pleased with the elk-friendly prescribed burns they were able to implement on remote ...


Alumni display their designs, innovations at 'Destination Outdoors' exhibit  The Daily Orange

When Don Carr was looking for inspiration for his most recent exhibit, he looked to the outdoors. Carr, a professor in the School of Design at Syracuse ...


Outdoors, Chronic wasting disease  Coeur d'Alene Press

Fish and Game wants help from hunters to monitor for infected deer.


Self-made archer | Outdoors  Lewiston Morning Tribune

Clay Hayes is a jack-of-all-trades sort of guy. He grew up roaming the swamps and cattle land of Florida, exploring the outdoors and doing his best to learn ...


Gary Finch Outdoors: Dove hunting season  WKRG News 5

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Dove season in the south zone of Alabama opened last weekend in very hot and dry conditions, making hunting difficult. This coming ...


Syracuse announces it will hold graduation outdoors for first time since 1972  Syracuse.com

Syracuse University announced Thursday that it will hold its graduation outside for the first time since 1972.


Outdoors: With fall in the air, hunters await archery season  Ellwood City Ledger

I'm ready for fall. I've had enough of sweat, mosquitoes and green leaves. I want some color in my woods — reds, oranges and yellows.That early steelhead ...


Gander Outdoors closing up to 37 stores, but Cedar Rapids store future unclear  The Gazette

Camping World Holdings, Gander Outdoors' parent company, earlier this month announced plans to “strategically shift away” from locations where it cannot sell ...


Welcome to your new BDN Outdoors — Outdoors — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine  Bangor Daily News

Today, we're happy to unveil a new effort to engage more readers in a vibrant, interactive way that will take advantage of technologies that simply didn't exist ...


Outdoors: Smith: TFFC set for annual Outdoors Expo | ETVarsity  Longview News-Journal

Each year the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center hosts its Outdoors Expo, an event focusing on introducing the public to various outdoor skills and activities.


Salomon Celebrates Women Outdoors With Gear, Getaway Contest  GearJunkie

Salomon believes women can be any type of beautiful: bold, brave, dirty, well-dressed, courageous, spunky, sweaty, or sparkly. To celebrate this breadth of ...


Research highlights importance of outdoor education  AdVantageNEWS.com

The Nature Institute provides opportunities for engagement this fall.


Maryland fishing report | Outdoors | times-news.com  Cumberland Times-News

The change of seasons is always a push-and-pull affair. Recently it seemed that summer is just not ready to let go. This is a wonderful time of the year to.


Sonos Move review: Great outdoors  Digital Trends

Sonos' first Bluetooth speaker was made for life outdoors, with a robust shell that can handle water and dust, and the ability to power a pool party ...


Outdoor Report: Fishing reports hold strong, wildflowers bloom and best yet to come with fall colors  Grand Forks Herald

Anglers are finding walleyes all along the south shore, with a big school of fish continuing to hold in front of Lighthouse Gap past the mouth of the Rainy River in ...


Get the Gear, Get Outdoors  Duke Today

Justin Frye grew up camping with his family in the mountains surrounding their West Virginia home. With his equipment left behind in West Virginia, Frye rented ...


Art Lander's Outdoors: When using a treestand, deer hunters must focus on safety, pay attention to details  User-generated content

With bow season underway, hunters are making final preparations or may have already hunted a time or two on the few cool mornings we've had since the ...


Free event allows families to learn about great outdoors during Regatta Festival  KFOR Oklahoma City

OKLAHOMA CITY - Families will be able to try their hand at a few outdoor activities and learn to enjoy the great outdoors for free next month. The Oklahoma City ...


The Fallen Outdoors Prepares For Their First Banquet  KFGO News

"The Fallen" Outdoors is hosting it's first banquet fund raiser in the coming weeks. Joel Campbell shares and update on the preparations.


Joel Nelson Shares Insight Into A Valuable Outdoors Accessory  KFGO News

With uses year-round, the hard side fish houses are gaining popularity by the day. Joel nelson share the ways he uses his.


Camber Outdoors welcomes new executive director  SNEWS

Camber Outdoors just announced Emily Newman as the Boulder-based organization's new executive director, ending a national search that lasted nine months.


Step Outdoors Tryatholon this Saturday Sept. 21  The Wellsboro Gazette

This Saturday, Sept. 21, the 12th Annual Step Outdoors Tryathlon and 5K Trail Walk/Run will be at Hills Creek State Park, 111 Spillway Road, Wellsboro, PA ...


Reel Report: Great fall fishing is just around the corner  SoMdNews.com

These past few days have been a bit cooler, and while there will still be a couple more hot days in our future (which happen to nearly always coincide with.


The Great Outdoors: Youth State Bassmasters Tournament  KCRG

In The Great Outdoors, John Campbell checks out the Youth State Bassmasters Tournament up in Dubuque.


Table Rocks autumn hikes offered in September, October  Herald and News

Building on the spring hike series, The Nature Conservancy and Medford District Bureau of Land Management are sponsoring three educational hikes in late ...


Recharge in the outdoors - Albert Lea Tribune  Albert Lea Tribune

Just off the interstate and a few miles out of town, there are 1,596 acres of peace. “It's so beautiful out here,” Debi Olson said. “This is my home away from home.”.


Inside Outdoor Pursuits: Something for everyone  The Beacon

Located in Beauchamp Recreation and Wellness Center, the UP Outdoor Pursuits Program (OPP) has a variety of year-round experiences available to all ...


Up to 37 Gander Outdoors stores in danger of closing  KCRG

Camping World Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Gander Outdoors, expects to sell, repurpose, relocate or close up to 37 locations as part of a restructuring ...


Outdoors What's Happening: Sept. 19, 2019  Yakima Herald-Republic

The Yakima Valley Audubon will present a free program on ravens, featuring guest speaker Brandon Rossi next Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Yakima Area ...


Spotlight on Sidney: NexGen carrying on outdoor tradition  Scottsbluff Star Herald

SIDNEY — What does a group of displaced former Cabela's employees do when they simply don't want to leave Sidney?


OUTDOORS: Five things every hunter needs to know about chronic wasting disease and our deer herd  TribDem.com

The long-ranging ripple effects of chronic wasting disease (CWD) go well beyond the wild deer herd it is slowly killing throughout the state.


Outdoors Glance: Sept. 19, 2019  Kankakee Daily Journal

Annual River Cleanup is this Saturday. The 37th annual Kankakee and Iroquois River Clean Up will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. It's orgnaized by the ...


Outdoors: Preserving rivers helps Pennsylvania communties  Sharonherald

The Stonycreek River was, for decades, a foul-smelling, polluted waterway that left behind a brownish-orange stain on the rocks, dirt, protective manmade walls ...


Outdoors calendar  Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Calendar. NOTE For additions to this calendar, fax the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette at (501) 378-3869. Information on events also may be emailed to ...


Gander Outdoors in Cedar Rapids Appears Headed for Closure  khak.com

It appears likely Gander Outdoors in Cedar Rapids is going to close its doors. Again. Camping World Holdings Inc., which owns Gander Outdoors, is planning to ...


Future teachers learning how to educate outdoors  WXOW.com

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) — Future teachers from UW-La Crosse took their classrooms outside to learn how to educate in the outdoors. Juniors from the ...


OUTDOORS: Indian Cave State Park full of fall fun  Grand Island Independent

Located in the southeast corner of Nebraska along a bend in the Missouri River, Indian Cave State Park is the place to be in fall. The park's 3000 plus acres.


Michigan advises against outdoor activity due to deadly mosquito-borne virus  MLive.com

State health officials have advised residents in eight counties to avoid being outdoors during evening hours after three people died of a mosquito-borne disease ...


Custer State Park to host 54th annual Buffalo Roundup  Rapid City Journal

Get ready for the rumble. South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks' annual Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival in Custer State Park is this week.


Dakota Edge Outdoors: Hunters must be stewards, policemen  The Capital Journal

Although most hunters respect the land, property, and wildlife they are hunting, there are always a few bad actors who do not and in the process give all hunters ...


SAIL turns classroom in to outdoor campground  WJBF-TV

EVANS, Ga (WJBF) – SAIL Charter School brought the outdoors indoors for some of its students. “Today is camping day, and SAIL is an art infused school; so we ...


Ordnance Survey want you to encourage others to enjoy the great outdoors  runnersworld.com

Everyday is a national day these days (we don't mind the chocolate ones), but Ordnance Survey has announced the return of National GetOutside Day and we ...


Warm weather may make next week's moose season a challenge  Bangor Daily News

Among those complications: Warm weather may cause the burly moose to be less active and hunters will have to move quickly to keep meat from spoiling.


Best Outdoor Gear Deals of the Week  GearJunkie

This week's outdoor gear deals highlight a Big Agnes puffy jacket, an Arc'teryx bag, a free Hydro Flask, and more. Smartwool Merino 250 Baselayer Crew ...


Tom Stienstra’s Outdoors notes: Deer, bears, whales and more  San Francisco Chronicle

As deer, bear and other wildlife prepare for fall, the annual late-summer eating binge is a go with blackberries, wild plums, apples and other goodies available.


WCU, regional partners planning expanded Outdoor Economy Conference in Asheville  Western Carolina University News

With its many miles of rivers to fish and other recreational opportunities such as hiking, cycling and paddling, the Western North Carolina mountains have long ...


Lakewood schools ending outdoor events early due to EEE virus  Sentinel-Standard

LAKE ODESSA — One school district in the Ionia area is taking precautionary action by ending outdoor events early due to a mosquito virus plaguing southwest ...


Algoma resident featured on 'Brotherhood Outdoors' TV series  Green Bay Press Gazette

Kevin Seiler, a member of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers Local 449, is featured on an outdoors show hunting whitetail in Saskatchewan.


Gander Outdoors is closing … again  Buffalo News

Gander Outdoors is closing its store at 880 Young St. in Tonawanda for the second time in as many years. The company recently shifted its retail strategy, an…


Farm to Picture: Documentary Series ‘The Great Outdoor’ Chronicles a Life Gone to Pot  Variety

Cannabis cultivation in the Emerald Triangle has a starring role in the Flow Kana documentary series "The Great Outdoor."


Meet Act Out, a new section celebrating outdoor adventure and nature  Bangor Daily News

I'm thrilled to announce that the Bangor Daily News has launched a brand new section, Act Out, with the mission to inspire and empower people to be active ...


Gander Outdoors Store Closings: Retailer Looks To Close Up To 37 Locations  International Business Times

Gander Outdoors has plans to close, sell, move or repurpose 27 to 37 locations as the parent company looks to “strategically shift away” from stores that do not ...


Maine chief game warden abruptly retires — Outdoors — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine  Bangor Daily News

Col. Joel Wilkinson, who has led the Maine Warden *Service* for the past 11 years, is retiring effective Friday, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and ...


Free outdoor recreation passes for 4th-graders, families  KTVZ

It's back to school time! And with the start of the new school year, it's also time for all fourth-graders and their families to claim their free Every Kid Outdoors pass, ...


Build your perfect outdoor space this fall with Brentwood Outdoor Living  thepress.net

Fall is just around the corner, which means cooler temperatures and a break from the summer heat.


The Perks of Being Outdoors Backed Up By Science  Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the ...


Nugent to bring his passion for hunting to Outdoor Expo  The State Journal-Register

Ted Nugent loves to talk about hunting as much as actually doing it.The popular outdoor enthusiast will appear Saturday at the inaugural Outdoor Expo at the ...


Outdoor retailer REI launches a magazine, Uncommon Path  AdAge.com

The new quarterly springs from a partnership with HearstMade.


JC Penney to launch outdoor apparel shops within 100 stores as it attempts to boost sales  CNBC

In a bid to boost sales, J.C. Penney said Tuesday that it plans to launch an outdoor shop selling apparel and other excursion gear in 100 of its roughly 830 ...


Pete Zimowsky’s outdoors spotlight  Idaho Press-Tribune

Car-top tents make you feel like you're on top of the world, or maybe even in a tree house.


SCORES & OUTDOORS: An ugly, scary looking wasp that isn't so scary, after all  Town Line

A little while ago, the pastor at my church sent a photo to me of a bug he spotted at his camp. It was a scary looking bug that neither of us had ever seen before.


Conquer the outdoors with this multi-function outdoor knife  Field and Stream

Don't get caught in a sticky situation without a solution. With this knife, you'll be able to handle whatever comes your way.


Outdoor adventure inspired Colorado's Anderson brothers to create Loki Outdoor Gear. Then it took one of their lives.  The Colorado Sun

This story first appeared in The Outsider, the premium outdoor newsletter by Jason Blevins. Become a Newsletters+ Member to get The Outsider at ...


Reflections on Texas, the outdoors and 40 years of writing and photography  Houston Chronicle

September's arrival marks a time of transition for Texas' natural world and those whose hearts and actions are tied to the rhythms of land, water, sky and the life ...


Outdoor Adventures  Roanoke College News

Opportunities for students beyond the Roanoke campus.


Flagstone Floor Tiles: The Outdoor Material Isn’t Just for Patios  Architectural Digest

Flagstone Floor Tiles: We're floored by this unexpected trend.


Wildlife food plots taking root on public land in Arkansas  Magnoliareporter

PARON — With archery deer season opening Saturday, September 28, many hunters are hitting the woods looking for likely places to set up for the season.


Outdoors: Make sure to secure your boat properly during dangerous weather  Tallahassee.com

Hurricane Jerry is latest storm to threaten Florida in what's turning into a very active hurricane season. This is the 10th storm to be named, with a couple of other ...


Industry Buzz: Transit to Trails, Camber Outdoors, Denver Merchandise Mart, 1% for the Planet, and a ski psyche video  SNEWS

S.O.S. in a Nalgene: A message in a Nalgene bottle sent down the Arroyo Seco River saved a family in need when waters were high and fierce along the ...


Current Adirondack Outdoor Conditions (Sept 19)  Adirondack Almanack

This weekly report of outdoor recreation conditions in the Adirondacks is compiled each Thursday afternoon and updated on Friday. Contribute Your Knowledge: ...


Jade Marie Patek on The Outdoor Stage  Victoria Advocate

Jade Marie Patek will be on the Outdoor stage at Schroeder dance hall. No admission fee. Doo… Facebook · Twitter · SMS · Email; Print; Save. × ...


Deaths from mosquito-borne EEE virus prompt calls to cancel outdoor events in Michigan  USA TODAY

Three Michigan residents have died from the rare mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis, state health officials said.


Shorter ski seasons, worsening wildfires: How climate change will hit outdoor recreation in the Pacific Northwest  The Seattle Times

In Washington, where outdoor recreation plays an outsize role in local economies and communities, we're likely to feel the impacts of climate change keenly.


Escaping Berlin for the Watery Wonders of the German Outdoors  The New York Times

From its source in southeastern Germany, near the Czech border, the Spree River flows steadily to the northwest, until it joins the Havel River in the Berlin ...


The New Sonos Move Brings the Noise Outdoors  Design Milk

The Sonos Move takes your sound outdoors with a battery-powered, splash/dust proof speaker that looks like a super-sized Sonos One.


Lake Winni Sailing Association to host J/80 North American championships  The Laconia Daily Sun

GILFORD — The Lake Winnipesaukee Sailing Association is hosting the J/80 Class Association North American Championships Sept. 20-22. Sailboats with ...


Tour this remodeled Glenmary home with a lush, green outdoor oasis  Courier Journal

The McManus family renovated its attached, end-unit single-family home in Glenmary to showcase the spacious backyard, turning it into a garden oasis.


Latino Outdoors Doesn't Want to Be Extreme  Outside

The leaders who have grown it into a nationwide organization talk about where they aim to take it next.


Flagler Approves Unattended Tethering of Dogs Outdoors, Against Humane Society Objections  FlaglerLive.com

To the displeasure of the Flagler Humane Society, the County Commission on Monday approved a revised animal ordinance that loosens tethering rules just a ...


History-steeped Litchfield is full of outdoor and culinary adventures  Connecticut Magazine

Spending a day in the scenic Northwestern Connecticut town, plus five fun facts and a calendar of upcoming events.


5 tips for exercising outdoors in warm weather  NBC News

Summer break may be over, but the warm temperatures will hang around into fall. Here are some tips to help you stay comfortable during outdoor workouts.


VIDEO: Becoming An Outdoors Woman Retreat Held On Hawaii Island  Big Island Video News

HAWAIʻI ISLAND - Women learned skills at venues across the Big Island during the inaugural "Becoming An Outdoors Woman" event, DLNR says. (BIVN) – An ...


Tester, outdoors advocates tout economic importance of public lands  Missoulian

Outdoor recreation is a crucial component of Montana's economy, according to organizers and panelists at the Last Best Outdoors Fest in downtown Missoula on ...


Outdoor content creators explore La Crosse for annual conference  WXOW.com

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) — The La Crosse County Convention and Visitor's Bureau is hosting the 63rd annual conference for the Association of Great Lakes ...


Bridge Scholars Class Explores Equity in Outdoors  Colorado College News

by Laurie Laker '12. Colorado College enjoys some of the best access to outdoor recreation and education opportunities of any college in the country, possibly ...





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