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by HLesley
2 months ago
Clam Digging on the Pacific Coast

There is nothing more delicious than fresh seafood, and a fun way to obtain the very freshest seafood is by going to the beach and digging your own clams.

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by blackwhite
3 months ago
How To Choose The Best Jungle Boots For Hiking

The question is, which are the best boots for hiking? What features should you look for when buying? Here are some few tips.

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by HLesley
4 months ago
Canadian Camping Adventures

Some pearls of information I have learned from our Canadian family camping trips.

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by Sookie
6 months ago
Outdoor Ceiling Fan - Perfect for the Covered Porch and to Blow Away Mosquitoes!

I was watching a nature program the other night about mosquitoes and how to deal with them.  They were talking about all the machines and candles and spray on the market to use while enjoying your outdoor space, but in the end the perfect enemy for a mosquito is...

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by Sookie
6 months ago
Fall Tent Camping - Staying Comfortable is the Priority to an Enjoyable Camping Experience

When the kids were little we used to pack up the car and take them camping.  They loved it, but the only problem I found in the heat of the summer was getting comfortable with the heat and the bugs.  

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by Sookie
8 months ago
How to Spruce up a Patio - Create an Affordable Oasis without Construction

Depending on where you live, you could be indoors 7 months of the year, so when that warmer weather arrives it feels good to fling open the doors and windows and spread to the great outdoors.

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by kellapat
9 months ago
Documentary Review - Happy People: A Year in the Taiga (2012)

The taiga is an area in Siberia, just below the tundra, where the town of Bakhtia has a population of only 300 residents.  They are a self-reliant people who make a living mostly by fur trapping.  Their lives were filmed over a period of one year, giving us the flavor of life in Siberia.

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by Sookie
9 months ago
DIY Camper Decorating Ideas - Freshen and Update on the Cheap

I remember a few years back when my hubby, 2 teenagers and 2 pets lived in a 1976 old Camper while we built our house.  It was a way to save on temporary accommodations, and it sounded like fun.  Well an experience it was, and the biggest mistake I...

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by Sookie
11 months ago
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Outdoor Teak Wood Furniture - A Good Investment for Your Oasis?

With cold, wet and snowy Canadian winters is teak outdoor furniture worth the investment?

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by Sookie
1 year ago
Outdoor Bench with Storage - How to Have Storage that Still Fits with Your Patio Décor and Expands for Extra Seating

As more and more of us move outdoors once that thermometer begins to rise, we start to take stock of the things we have, what may need some repairs, cleaning and throwing out.  A good old fashioned winter can take its toll on our outdoor furniture and accessories. ...

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by Sookie
1 year ago
Outdoor Tabletop Fire Bowl - When you can't have a Bon Fire

If you like to spend lots of time outdoors and have created or are working on your very own oasis to distress and relax, then usually all the elements are involved for that perfect harmony.  Wind (wind chimes will move and help you relax) Water (pool or trickling water...

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by Gordon Hamilton
1 year ago
How to Keep Food Fresh While Camping and Easy Camp Cooking Tips

A look at some useful tips for packing foods for camping, storing them at camp and cooking them up in practical but tasty ways.

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by TrevorLaRene
1 year ago
Hiking Across Wisconsin

Northeast Wisconsin is home to many nice hiking, biking and walking trails. Varying in length from a short 8 miles to more than 1200 miles, you can find a place to walk in nature, observe the natural flora and fauna of Wisconsin and enjoy the outdoors of "America's Dairyland."

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by Hihaski
1 year ago
How to Care for Your Combat Boots Part One

A summary of how to make combat boots last five years under heavy wear.

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by Gordon Hamilton
1 year ago
Top Tips for Cooking and Eating While Camping in the Rain

Camping and cooking outdoors can be great fun for all the family but rain can cause all sorts of practical difficulties, especially when it comes to cooking. This article looks at several ways to address the issues of cooking at camp if it rains both in your planning and in your practical approach.

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by TanoCalvenoa
1 year ago
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How to Deal With Skunks

Skunks are infamous for spraying a substance as a defense that is amongst the most horrible and awful things you could ever smell. There are specific things to know about what to do should you encounter one, and what to do if you're ever sprayed.

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by Skymind
1 year ago
Why Afteryear is Great

The season between summer's end and winter's onset, is one of the four most beautiful seasons. The trees, the mushrooms, the weather and the migrating birds all contribute in making this a magnificent season.

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by kellapat
1 year ago
The Appalachian Trail - A National Treasure

The Appalachian Trail provides an amazing outdoor hiking experience of 2,185 miles over 14 states for those with the courage to travel from Georgia to Maine over a period of five to seven months.

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by Sookie
1 year ago
Outdoor Patio Storage - 7 Ways to Protect Your Investment in Your Outdoor Living Area

I live in Ontario and experience all four seasons, and some can be extreme, but as soon as that first robin appears in the spring, we open the windows and doors and spread out to the patio and yard. Over the last decade or so, technology has allowed...

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by Darren Leon
1 year ago
Your Guide to a Safe, Economical Summer Camping Trip

Are you heading for the outdoors during the summer? Camping trips are fun, but they can be a better experience when you come fully prepared and respect the environment. Camping tips are provided in this article to help you make the most of your trip while avoiding environmental hazards - or causing some yourself.

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