Month: March 2021

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Derrek Sigler   03.31.21 There’s nothing like sitting around a campfire with friends and family, watching the fire crackle and pop. Camp chairs are an important piece of equipment for enjoying the experience. They also come in extremely handy for many other outdoor activities, too. For me, there are two important factors in camping chairs when I’m
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Live today: Join 66°North for a once-in-a-lifetime, monumental volcanic event. 66°North will broadcast a livestream of Iceland’s volcano. You know, the one that hasn’t erupted in over 800 years — but is erupting now. The volcano, located on Iceland’s Reykjanes Peninsula, is less than 80 km from 66°North’s headquarters. (That’s close, but thankfully not too close when
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Congratulations to Christopher Baker for winning the recent Motivational Moments Assignment with the image, “Coming Up Empty.” View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “Coming Up Empty” By Christopher Baker “I stalked this heron
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Finally I build a table for my bug out camp 🙂 APO-1 S for USA/Canada: https://bit.ly/373grnD APO-1 S for Europe: www.survivallilly.at Thanks for your support! ~ #SurvivalLilly —————————————————————– ►My Camera equipment ◄ Gimbal: https://amzn.to/37qwJq2 My camera: https://amzn.to/2Dg2ZP7 Tripod: https://amzn.to/2qxLjLX Note: Survival Lilly will receive a small commission if you buy gear via these amazon affiliate
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Trent Marsh   03.30.21 The old adage for riflescopes has long been, “spend at least as much on your glass as you did your rifle.” There was a time when that was true, and in many instances you still can, but the options for finding quality scopes for your rifle have never been better. No matter how
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When weather or timing just don’t allow for an outdoor training session, bike trainers give you the inside option. Here are the best bike trainers of the year. As much fun as it is to get outside for a ride, sometimes that’s just not feasible. Especially during the winter months, a good indoor trainer is
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Luke Cuenco   03.29.21 The number of people in the U.S. who carry a concealed firearm continues to rise. The wake left by a tumultuous election, uncertainty around the coronavirus, and economic struggles, citizens are choosing to take their safety into their own hands. Carrying a handgun for protection comes with a lot of responsibility. Safety is
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Home » News » Adventure News of the Week: Olympian Dies, Park Bans Climbing Chalk, and More From the inspiring to the tragic, ‘Adventure News of the Week’ presents a wrap-up of top news in the world of exploration and adventure. SNOWBOARD: Olympic Snowboarder Julie Pomagalski Dies in Avalanche. Julie Pomagalski, 40, died in an avalanche in the Swiss
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Etymology: The study of words. Photography: The art of taking and processing photographs. Photo = light Graphy = to write    In regard to etymology, photography means to write with light. Flash allows a photographer to add light where it doesn’t appear naturally. Subjects that appear in shadow can now be illuminated. At dawn and dusk,
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Home » Biking » Beyond Wheels: ENVE Unveils Custom Carbon Bike Frames Renowned for its high-performance wheels, ENVE jumps into the world of complete carbon bike builds. ENVE started producing carbon wheels and components in 2007, and the Utah brand quickly earned high praise from both consumers and custom frame builders for its innovation, quality, and durability. Its
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Sony today announced three new primes for its full-frame mirrorless system, the FE 50mm F2.5 G, FE 40mm F2.5 G and FE 24mm F2.8 G. The distinguishing characteristic of the lenses is their compact size, making them ideal for use with Sony’s most compact full-frame Alpha camera, the Sony a7C. The lenses are also attractively
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Patty Mastracco from Raley’s shares her simple and easy to make camping recipes. Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1kjRAAn Get more Sacramento news: http://kcra.com Like us:http://facebook.com/KCRA3 Follow us: http://twitter.com/kcranews Google+: http://plus.google.com/+kcra
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Congratulations to Sandra Rust for winning the recent Photographic Portals assignment with the image, “Buck Breath.” See more of Rust’s photography at jolietcommercialphotographer.com. View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “Buck Breath” By Sandra
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Today I’m showing you everything I ate in a day while backpacking! This video is packed with tons of backpacking food ideas and hiking snacks. Enjoy! SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL HERE (it’s free!): http://bit.ly/2kI28gq Check the description below for more: ➡️ Get delicious DIY backpacking recipes: http://bit.ly/backpacking-recipes-amanda-outside ► ITEMS MENTIONED Raw Honey Packets: https://amzn.to/2UUAGPc Backpacking
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Derrek Sigler   03.26.21 Every outdoor enthusiast at some point in time, will find his or herself out in the wilds after the sun sets. Whether you’re heading to your treestand, sliding into your favorite fishing hole, or setting the decoys for a morning duck hunt, a quality headlamp can make the adventure much easier by keeping
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Photo By Peter Sabin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Sheep Jam” by Peter Sabin. Location: Glacier National Park, Montana. “This picture is the result of learning a lesson the hard way,” explains Sabin. “I missed a picture of a Grizzly on a back road in Montana because my camera was in the back seat.