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Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2009’

Stolen Bikes in Boston, the City Fights Back with Social Networking

The City of Boston unveiled a new program designed to help people retrieve their stolen bikes using, among other things, social networking platforms Twitter and Facebook.

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Sunburned? Activate Your Emergency Locator Beacon

This will give the “you should pay for your own rescue” people some fuel. After one night in the Alaskan wild, two men from the Washington DC area activated their emergency locator beacon and requested an early extraction from the State Trooper float plane that investigated.

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Outdoor Gear Deals of the Day

It finally feels like summer here in the Northeast (man I hope I didn’t just jinx us!) – and here are some summer gear deals.

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2009 Tri-State Trek

The 2009 Tri-State Trek, a 3-day 270-mile bike ride from Newton, MA to White Plains, NY to benefit the ALS Therapy Development Institute, will take place on July 24-26. For those not familiar with this ride, it is an incredible event that raises critical funds for ALS research.

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Launches DEC TV

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation recently launched a website with over 60 video clips of various outdoor activities around the region. 

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Teen Hunter Who Killed Hiker to Spend 30 Days in Juvenile Detention

Tyler Kales, the 14 year old boy who accidentally shot Pamela Almli while she was on the popular Sauk mountain hiking trail north of Seattle was sentenced to 30 days in juvenile detention.

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