Monthly Archive:: November 2013
We completed our sojourn to Maine safely by a whisker. In the calm post-arrival moment, I find myself reflecting on this annual ritual of national mobilization. I recall being taught something from grade school– something I now dimly remember –about the origins of Thanksgiving. Didn’t George Washington give thanks in the woods of Valley Forge?
Matt Staser reviews the Woolx midweight merino wool top. Read the review here http://www.averageoutdoorsman.com/2013/11/25/woolx-merino-wool-top-review/
I know it’s mot climbing Mt Everest or Hiking the Appalachian Trail but Geocaching is a great way to get outdoors, explore and find new areas, and is a perfect family activity. What is Geocaching? Basically Geocachers hide a container with a logbook and other items in it and record the coordinates with a GPS
Take on a house and you’ll never run out of things to do. It’s true. I’ve never been without one since my twenties and I’ve been busy ever since – and my twenties went out with Jimmy Carter. In fact, it seems my life has come to be defined by a parade of houses, each
Outdoorsman Matthew Hranek reviews the Woolx Mens Heavyweight Tops and Bottoms. Read the review here: http://www.thewilliambrownproject.com/2013/11/the-x-factor.html
“Daddy, Why are you shaking so much” were the words my 11 year old daughter calmly said to me moments after she just shot her first deer which happened to be a very nice 8 point. With the smoke from the TC still lingering and the deer running off thru the woods, I had to be
This June Cycling and Beer enthusiast Tony Jones of the Silver Lake Brewing Project completed a Great Range Traverse in the High Peaks Region of New York’s beautiful Adirondack Mountains. Consisting of multiple peaks over various terrain, Backpacker Magazine called the traverse America’s 3rd hardest day hike. Tony and five hiking buddies completed 20+ miles