Sunday, May 24, 2015

Fresh, May 24

 Astronomy Picture of the Day:  Auroras and Star Trails over Iceland.  101 shots over 42 minutes.  Read this...


 PCTA:  Dry camping: the wonderful upsides to camping away from water.  Fill up your containers and head off to find your own unique spot for the night!  Read this...


 No Tech Magazine:  High Speed Archery.  Controversy in the archery world.  Read this...


 CBC:  Victoria paddlers discover message in a bottle asking to fulfil dead man's wish.  Dying man's last wish was to 'see the world' and canoeists say they'll help make that happen.  Read this...


 Unclipped Adventure:  Chapter 14: Revenge of the Things that Bite.  Zimbabwe makes up for its never-ending hills with its entertaining road signs.  Read this...


 EnglishRussia:  Following The Traces Of Snow Leopards.  ...rather shy towards people...  Read this...


 CBC:  Solar halos, sun dogs, eclipses and other optical phenomena.  (slideshow)  Read this...


 CoolTools:  Spyderco Bug Knife.  It disappears in my pocket until I need it.  Read this...


 Italian Ways:  The indifferent scream.  Stefano Cioffi's photographic project  Read this...


 You Did What With Your Weiner:  Paddleboarding the Day Away on Lake Wenatchee.  I'll remember this one because everything was so perfect.  Read this...


 The Spokesman-Review:  Wolf documented between Leavenworth and Stevens Pass.  Another piece of mounting evidence that the wolves are advancing their recovery toward the West Side of the Cascades.  Read this...


 Conservation Northwest:  Tips for Hiking in Wolf Country.  If you see a wolf...  Read this...


 Fitchburg Sentinel and Enterprise:  After 10 years, hiker finds her way back to Ashburnham.  "The most common question I receive," she told the audience, "is what compelled me to do such a thing?"  Read this...


 The Ultralight Hiker:  Tyvek Solo Fire Shelter.  You can cut it in one piece (as shown) from a single sheet of 3 metre wide Tyvek 'Homewrap'.  Read this...


 The Atlantic:  The Eruption of Mount St. Helens, 35 Years Ago.  ...the largest landslide in recorded history...  Read this...


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