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  • 3). Fun Things to do Outdoors with Your Family  By : Barney Garcia
    Spending time with you family is vital for building healthy relationships with each other. Starting spending time with your kids when they are young will strengthen your relationship, get them physically active, and teach them how to have fun without video games or T.V.
    article related to: outdoors, family, fun

  • 8). What Is a Dunk Tank?  By :
    Dunk tanks are fun at festivals and can rise a lot of money. Most dunk tanks are so easy to set up it only takes one person and it is easy to maintain and operate one as well
    article related to: dunk tank, fun, festivals, rent, charity

  • 11). Survivorman - A Review  By : Steve Gillman
    Survivorman is a television program about wilderness survival. It can be seen on the Discovery Channel (and others?). It's all about one man against the elements, and the man in this case is Les Stroud. He is put in various environments to survive for seven days while filming himself. Having no camera crew may be the most novel idea in the show. You are sure the danger is real - there won't be a cameraman slipping food or water to Les when the camera is off.
    article related to: survivorman, les stroud, wilderness survival

  • 12). Fall Foliage Scenic Drive in Connecticut  By : Cliff Calderwood
    Fall foliage scenic drives in Connecticut include the Long Island Sound coastal routes, and the Litchfield Hills in Northwestern Connecticut. These areas offer dramatic scenic drives any season, but for me, the trip that comes alive in the fall is nestled in eastern Connecticut’s "Quiet Corner" and is Route 169. This is a gem of a fall foliage scenic drive in Connecticut.
    article related to: fall foliage, scenic drive, connecticut

  • 19). African Safari Preparation  By : Michael Russell
    If you are planning on going on an African safari, the last thing you would want to do is spoil the trip right out of the chute by forgetting some essential things. Make yourself a list of things to do and check everything off as you go along. There are some important things to consider before you head to Africa. You will want to wear comfortable, but protective clothing on your safari.
    article related to: african safari

  • 21). Some Tips On Backpacking  By : Stanley Emerson
    Travelers around the world enjoy seeing the sights and wonders of different places with only a backpack for all the things they need. Because they only have a pack on their backs, the possibilities of new sightseeing and activity adventures are limitless. But of course, before you head for a faraway hiking adventure with your backpack, you must make sure that you bring all the things you need to put in your backpack.
    article related to: travel, backpack, sightseeing

  • 22). Weathervanes- Learn the basic functions of the historic weathervane!  By : Neisha Bjorklund
    A traditional weathervane comes in two sections. The lower-half of a traditional weathervane is fixed and this is the section where the four points of the compass are aligned to their correct most accurate positions. The upper section of a traditional weathervane is the part of the vane that rotates and indicates the exact wind direction. The upper section can be any ornament as you wish, and the decorations often reflect the building the weathervane is atop.
    article related to: weathervanes, wind, weather, replication, rooster

  • 23). Hammock Care- Cleaning and storing hammocks with spreader bars.  By : Neisha Bjorklund
    Don’t plan on machine washing these types of hammocks for they usually have non-removable spreader bars, which makes machine washing not possible. If you plan on hand washing these particular hammocks simply lay the hammock on your driveway or deck, any hard surface that is free of debris. Using a bucket of water with mild detergent, and a soft bristle brush, clean the hammock bed on one side, then flip the hammock and clean the other side the same way.
    article related to: hammock, hammocks, a, the, rope, fabric, outdoor

  • 25). Cold Weather Survival  By : Trevor Paetkau
    Six hours from the trailhead, 2 hours past his turn-around time and with storms filling in from the valley, Alex Theissen was at the edge of panic. What had started as a unremarkable spring outing in the White Mountains was going south quickly and the prospect of spending the night exposed at the timberline, with plummeting temperatures and not much more than some hard cheese and a foil survival blanket was becoming a distinct reality.
    article related to: wilderness, survival, outdoor, camping, hiking, climbing, winter survival, survival techniques, hunting

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