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  • Starting to Pop By Gregory Gongaware
    When the soil temperature hits 50 to 58 degrees, some of our favorite Spring mushrooms will start to pop. Throughout the United States, except for a handful .... exercise received while hunting for mushrooms, it is certainly time to start searching. Remember to exercise caution, not all mushrooms are your friend.

  • Snow Robins By Gregory Gongaware
    Look, there is a robin in the backyard tugging on a long and juicy looking earthworm. Spring must be right around the corner. Roaming around in the .... count of over 320 million members. With these type of numbers, we will continue to enjoy seeing and hearing our first robin arrival of the Spring season.

  • 4 Tips For Hunting in A Ground Blind By Michelle Harolds
    Depending on the time of the year turkey hunting or deer hunting could be just around the corner. We all know what that means, it is time to get our ground .... tom. Remember to always wear black clothing when hunting in your ground blind so you are not making a silhouette. Good luck on your hunting adventure.

  • Look Out, Mergansers Passing Through By Gregory Gongaware
    Daytime temperatures are starting to rise. Spring is returning to New England. Slowly but surely, the open water works its way back into the cove. As .... their last takeoff for the season until they are gone. Then we are left with our memories of these gorgeous birds until they return the following Spring.

  • The New Trail By Charles Ramp
    We woke up early and prepared for our day. We ate our breakfast and threw our snowshoes into the back seat of the truck. We were going to try out a new .... needed family time. Life gets so busy with work and life that sometimes you just have to put that all on pause and go for a walk on the Nordic Trail.

  • Where Do Turtles Go? By Gregory Gongaware
    Where do turtles go once the cold weather returns and ice forms over the surface of the water? Do you know? There is something about turtles most of .... active life on land and in the water. I am looking forward to seeing their little heads popping up above the water surface again in the next few weeks.

  • PCT Training Hike on the Big Piney Trail, Paddy Creek Wilderness, Missouri By Morgan Clements
    I set out for my first overnight training hike that I have been on since I was on the PCT in May, 2016. Starting at the Roby Lake, Missouri area, I made .... permission to enter Canada, I have my plane tickets, and in 3 more days I will apply for and get my PCT permit for March 21, 2017 – time is flying by… Morgan

  • I am so glad that I took that first walk with my new Snowshoes By Charles Ramp
    Winter was never my favorite time of year. All I could ever think about was how cold I was, until my husband bought me a pair of snowshoes. I must admit .... noticed that all types of people love this sport from the young to the spunky adults. I am so glad that I took that first walk with my new Snowshoes.

  • Key things to consider when choosing a venue for hire By Luke Dane
    Every day, there are multiple events that happen in various places of the world. Most of these events are very official and therefore, the organizers must .... provide ample space and comfort while in the room among other things. If all these are available, nothing should hinder you back from choosing the room.

  • Limpy the Mallard By Gregory Gongaware
    Last spring a female mallard decided to turn our deck flower pot, tucked under an overhang, into her nursery. Nesting is a stressful and tiresome period .... eagles. The circle of life… Fortunately, each year the cycle begins again. Perhaps our wooden barrel planters will be the next nursery. We shall see.

  • Musky Rodent Happenings By Gregory Gongaware
    Early one December morning while sipping my first coffee, I spotted a small dark shape struggling on our newly nearly frozen lake. After further observations .... our beautiful waterfront garden we will need a fence staked at least a foot below ground, as they are determined diggers. One more project for spring!

  • Fall to Winter - Water to Ice By Gregory Gongaware
    There is no doubt fall has left and winter has arrived. Our deciduous trees have shed their leaves. Early morning frost and warm days have turned to .... your hole. Light penetrating thru the hole can scare fish away from your bait. There you have it - the rest is up to you. Have fun and catch some fish!

  • Eagle Islands By Gregory James
    It was a clear, warm summer afternoon on Lake Chaubunagungamaug in Webster, Massachusetts. We were anchored in a quiet cove, playing a lively game of .... nest, likely a result of these traumatic experiences. It is predicted they will relocate there to safely raise their young next spring. We shall see.

  • Titanium Time Travels By Gregory James
    Ready to escape to nature? Outdoor activities are a favorite outlet for many of us to decompress from the day to day routine. A popular outdoor activity .... who knew titanium is found and valued worldwide? Today we know that it is a wonderful cooking companion on our many travels across the great outdoors.

  • Diving With Sharks In The Bahamas By Mariana Carr
    Have you ever swam with sharks in the Bahamas? Imagine your first ever shark encounter is set in Bimini, only having known the terrifying creatures of .... that people have and replace it with pure fascination. Make your own Shark Encounter story by diving with sharks in the Bahamas with Bimini Undersea.

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