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Women walking boots buying tips

Women walking boots buying tips

Walks generate a great effort in the feet and ankles of women. That’s why when a woman wants to buy a new pair of walking boots, often carefully compares all available options. Anyone who has gone to walk with a pair of boots of poor quality, I can say that this step will save you [...]

Warm Is Right

Warm Is Right

Layering strategies for alpine routes and bivouacs What to wear? It’s the perennial question when packing for an ice route or alpine peak. When I plan my clothing and bivouac systems, whether for a one-day or a multi-day route, I use three principles. First, bring as few different items as possible. Second, manage moisture (I [...]

Top Tips for Planning Your Own Family Holiday

Top Tips for Planning Your Own Family Holiday

Many people rely on travel agencies to help them find the perfect getaway. With so many currently struggling financially, it begs the question whether you can plan your own. The good news is that this is entirely possible; in fact, you will use the same methods that travel agencies use but without the extra fees. [...]

Holiday Safety Tips for snowmobile

Holiday Safety Tips for snowmobile

The snowmobile has been for as long as 1900. However, the modern form of the snowmobile was Carl Eliason in 1924 that gave them the power of gas. Later, the Finnish military bought the patent for snowmobiles and started making for use in the military. In later times this became a past time for the [...]

Sipsey Wilderness – Borden Creek Trail

Sipsey Wilderness – Borden Creek Trail

General Location. Located in Bankhead National Forest, in Winston County near the town of Double Springs. Length & Difficulty: 2.7 miles, easy. Elevation Change: 150 feet maximum. What’s Special: High cliffs, cave passage, biodiversity. Topo Maps: Bee Branch USGS 7.5 degree quad.

Coyotes Hunting

Coyotes Hunting

Coyotes use both their nose and eyes to hunt. The cottontail is the coyote’s main meal and they eat more fruit than other canines. You can use either a .222 center fire or a .22 bolt action varmint gun for these animals. The canine is so sharp eyed he can spot the slightest movement from [...]

Ruffed Grouse

Ruffed Grouse

At no time is the hunting better than from the close of deer season to the end of partridge season, February 29, 1996. With fewer people, less leaves on the trees, the homebody birds occupying smaller territories they are easier to find, see and bag. The RUFFED GROUSE, a 17 to 20 inch bird with [...]

Ruffed Grouse Hunting

Ruffed Grouse Hunting

At no time is the hunting better than from the close of deer season to the end of partridge season, February 29, 1996. With fewer people, less leaves on the trees, the homebody birds occupying smaller territories they are easier to find, see and bag. The RUFFED GROUSE, a 17 to 20 inch bird with [...]

SQUIRREL HUNTING

SQUIRREL HUNTING

In the woods “Ole Bushy Tail” will play hide and seek; him hiding you seeking. He always keeps a limb or trunk of a tree between you and him. He can be spotted in early morning and late afternoon. Where are the SQUIRRELS? In nut rich woods. M.D. Johnson says, “Memorize this: buckeye, beach, black [...]

Ice-Fishing Tips

Ice-Fishing Tips

Ice-Fishing shouldn’t be done alone. WHY- Safety and companionship. Trouble comes your way you have help, catching fish you have someone to share the experience. Ice is beauty and violence. Lives are lost each year for not knowing the thickness of the ice. Check the thickness of the ice often. One inch- not safe, two [...]

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