Saturday, October 29, 2016

Fresh, October 30

 Ozarkmountainhiker:  Backpacking Arkansas Hosts Nimblewill Nomad in the Ouachitas.  The beauty of Arkansas and Missouri is on par with mountain regions anywhere in the United States...a Trans-Ozark Trail (TOT) would meet the requirements for a National Scenic Trail.  Read this...


 Old School Outfitter:  10 Easy Breakfast Recipes.  Check out our go-to camping breakfast foods!  Read this...


 GORE-TEX Blog:  A Trek to the Bottom of the Grand Canyon, the Hard Way.  Could you handle this epic hike down to the Colorado River?  Read this...


 Popupbackpacker:  Backpacking Gear I Use (updated).  If I find a garment or shoe that I like and want to use long term, I usually buy several of each...because the manufacturer will probably soon discontinue it.  Read this...


 Light Heart Gear:  Behind the Scenes of LightHeart Gear.  We are proud to say we are Made in America! In fact, all our tents are cut and sewn in our workshop in Asheville, NC.  Read this...


 Hiking in Finland:  Blogger Communications: How to Contact Bloggers.  We get daily offers to test something, of which I delete 95% as they're not on topic.  Read this...


 The Outdoor Blogger Codex:  We are outdoorblogger[s] who love to be out there..  Do you want to take your part on more quality on the internet? Then this is your chance. Sign the Codex!  Read this...


 Chris Townsend Outdoors:  Through the desert, Death Valley..  Now it's time to go home and see how the Cairngorms are getting on.  Read this...


 Barefoot Jake:  Frogg Toggs Ultra-Lite Rain Gear (Review).  Damage it? Buy more? You can purchase a dozen or more jackets, for the price of rain gear with more technical fabrics and a big brand on the label.  Read this...


 Columbia Blog:  Outdoor Ethics: Leave No Trace (LNT) Seven Principles.  No, You Can't Take a Bison Selfie.  Read this...


 Columbia Blog:  Yes, Cat Hiking Is A Real Thing.  If your cat likes to hike, or ride along in your pack, here are a few tips to make life safer, more fun, and more comfortable for your feline friend.  Read this...


 Hiking For Her:  Best Hiking Gloves.  I recommend that you have at least 3 types of gloves in your hiking gear locker.  Read this...


 Hiking For Her:  Outdoor Skills For Hikers.  Never overlook how versatile and useful your outdoor skill set is for helping overcome adversity.  Read this...


 Jan's Jaunts and Jabberings:  Snow Travel Skills - Living to Adventure Another Day.  The snow does not care if you are novice or have experience.  Read this...


 The Huckleberry Hiker:  Yellowstone Visitors Use Bear Spray To Deter Bear.  A surprise encounter with a bear defending its carcass.  Read this...


 SectionHiker:  The Winter Sleeping Bag FAQ: Practical Advice for Winter Backpackers.  If this is all mumbo jumbo to you, no worries. I explain how to choose a winter sleeping bag and what all of these features are.  Read this...


 National Geographic:  This Remote Pakistani Village Is Nothing Like You'd Expect.  "We have a famous saying: If you have two children, a boy and a girl, but you can afford to educate only one, you must give the education to the girl."  Read this...


 Indiahikes:  "We found the perfect trek".  The Explorer of Talle Valley gets candid.  Read this...


 Erik The Black's Backpacking Blog:  Thru-Hiking Tips Part 2.  Don't Quit.  Read this...


 fubiz:  Best UK Landscape Pictures from Take a View 2016.  Take a view celebrates 2016 best UK landscape photographers. A selection of stunning pictures here.  Read this...


 PDN Photo of the Day:  Beth Moon's Ancient Skies.  Beth Moon came across studies linking the growth of trees with cosmic radiation and the movement of the moon and the planets. "The oak, for example, appears to be linked with Mars, the beech with Saturn, and the birch with Venus," she writes.  Read this...


 eathomas:  Dealing with Post-Hike Depression.  After about 2-3 weeks, you'll be homesick for a place that doesn't have a roof.  Read this...


 As It Happens:  Police arrest tree in Portland, Maine for blocking traffic at busy intersection.  Asher Woodworth was inspired by a book of photographic portraits by Charles Fréger.  Read this...


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