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Blog     23 Sep 2014 | 9:02 pm
Ok.. so I posted then went quiet again… What gives? I am currently being attacked with SPAM here at the blog.  It seems that it is all I can do to stay ahead of the spam, thank goodness the filter is doing a pretty good job of catching it… Moving on… The news has flooded us with stories about domestic violence in the National Football League lately.  I was asked in an email last week why I had not weighed in on the issue yet.  Well I suppose I have held out long enough, as you know I have an opinion on just...

Delicate Hues Paint Leaves, Fungus and Wildflowers
blog     23 Sep 2014 | 3:51 pm
Click to view slideshow. Autumn has arrived painting the Forest with color changing leaves, wildflowers and Fungus.  A Whitetail Doe watches from a slowing fading camouflage of greenery.  The rich green of summer has begun to give way to red, orange and gold. Love to ALL! Lee  Filed under: Hot Springs National Park Tagged: Arkansas Wildlife, Autumn, Autumn Leaves, Hiking Trails, Hot Springs National Park, Nature Blog, Nature Photography, Photo Blog, Photography, Whitetail Deer, Wildflowers...

Happy National Women's Health and Fitness Day!
Blog     23 Sep 2014 | 1:55 pm
It's that time of year again! The start of fall marks the return of pumpkin spice lattes, your favorite warm comfort foods, and pies... lots and lots of pies. And while sweet treats are a part of what makes the start of a new season so enjoyable (in moderation, of course), it's important to sprinkle a helping of physical activity onto your plate, no matter how full it may be.In honor of National Women's Health and Fitness Day, we're encouraging YOU to get out, get active, and stay healthy! Whether you're participating in some of your favorite fall sports like football...

5 Favorite Colorado Wilderness Lakes
blog     23 Sep 2014 | 1:33 pm
There are an incredible number of natural lakes to explore in Colorado’s designated wilderness areas. Organized by ease of access, here are five of my favorite wilderness lake destinations in Eagle County to put on your list.   Piney Lake – Colorado Piney Lake A popular destination for locals and tourists, Piney Lake is located on the edge of Colorado’s Eagle’s Nest Wilderness Area. It’s the only destination listed that can be directly accessed by car via a Forest Service road 11 miles north of Vail. Once at the free parking area just outside Piney River Ranch, you can explore the ranch, go for...

Solo Stove Campfire
Blog     23 Sep 2014 | 9:05 am
If you’ve been reading the blog for the past few years you’ve likely read about wood burning stoves for camping. High efficiency wood burning stoves have been around for many years but there’s been a renaissance in wood burning stove technology over the past decade or so. This renaissance has its roots in engineering simple technology that can be used to conserve wood fuel in the developing world. Half of the world’s households and 80 percent of rural households in developing countries cook with solid fuels like wood, coal, crop residues and dung. Many of these households use traditional open fires or simple...

Cub Scout Picnic-Themed Awards
Blog     23 Sep 2014 | 8:49 am
Fun way to present Cub Scout awards at a picnic....

Cubmaster For A Day
Blog     23 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
As I mentioned in the last post to A Scoutmaster’s Blog, I have been helping to reorganize the pack leadership. We now have what I feel is a strong committee of four committed parents. I also plan to stay on the pack committee to lend my assistance and support during this program year. I guess that means we have a committee of five. Last night we held a pack committee meeting to prepare for next Monday’s pack meeting, the first one of the new year, and the first one featuring the new leadership. Unfortunately, one adult leadership position is still unfilled....




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