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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2009’

Michigan Road Trip: Full Trip Report

Random as it may seem, there was a lot of thought that went into our decision to vacation in Michigan this summer.  When I first got the itch to plan a trip back in May, I had it in my mind that we would check out the Outer Banks in North Carolina.

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Outdoor Gear Deals of the Day

Getting close to the inevitable Labor Day Sales, yet only a few are active right now. Still some interesting bargains to be had below.

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Have Your Crocs Shrunk? Un-Shrink Them in Your Dryer

Earlier this summer I noticed that my trusty pair of Crocs seemed to be shrinking on me. At first they were just a little tight, but within a few weeks they were unwearable.

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3 Pieces of Hiking Gear I Would Like to Upgrade

While packing for this weekend’s hiking trip nearMt. Greylock, in Western Massachusetts, it hit me how pleased I am with most of the major items of gear I own.

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Study: Adirondacks Need Broadband

The median age of Adirondack residents to be 43, which is older than the median age of any state in the nation. This, says Warren County Board of Supervisors Chairman Fred Monroe, shows the need to increase Broadband in the park.

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Review: Big Agnes Air Core Pad

I didn’t put a whole lot of thought into purchasing the Big Agnes Air Core Pad. At the time, I was mostly looking to buy a new sleeping bag, the Horse Thief SL.

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