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By: webmaster      

Bowline KnotBowline Knot is a loop knot that neither slips nor jams. It is used to make a loop at one end of a line. The Bowline is referred as King of the knots because of its importance. It makes a secure loop in the end of a piece of rope. This knot is reliable, strong and stable. It can be used to fasten a mooring line to a ring or a post. It doesn’t...[More]


By: djt5036      

Mount Rainier National Park was established on March 2, 1889. It is located slightly southwest of central Washington in the Pacific Northwest. It is divided up into several beautiful regions, including the mountain itself, Sunrise, and Paradise. Paradise is the centrally located region directly south of Mount Rainier National Park’s namesake. The park’s entrance fee of $15 is good for a noncommercial vehicle with up to fifteen passengers (and you can return for free within...[More]


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The Five WsIn the hustle and bustle of planning a court of honor, invitations often fall to the bottom of the priority list. That’s unfortunate, because the invitation, whether it’s delivered electronically, in person, or by the U.S. Postal Service, is the one thing that will actually get people to the court of honor—especially people who aren’t directly associated with the troop.Your invitation doesn’t need to be fancy or elaborate, but it does need to...[More]


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San Diego CA – Point Loma Beach wavesCrashing tides fall against the rock edifices that stand guard at the coast of San Diego, Point Loma. An interesting place to visit at the time to high tide and will be even more exhilarating to get wet in the spray! Head to the tide-pools and enjoy a tidal experience!...[More]


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Boy Scout Field Book – Survival SkillsBryan Stevens introduces the book ‘Boy Scout Field Book.’ Don't let the name fool you! It’s a comprehensive detail of all the outdoor skills required for camping. It includes topics like preparing for outings, outdoor adventures and appreciating our environment. It teaches how to pitch tents, choose the correct campsite and make your own camping gear! Information in this book varies from the very basic to the core specifics....[More]


By: djt5036      

Guadalupe Mountains National Park, established on September 30, 1972, is located in Western Texas, near Carlsbad Caverns National Park, in the southern United States. The $5 admission fee grants you 7-day access to over 86,000 acres of varying landscapes and wildlife. Nearly 160,000 visitors make their way to Guadalupe Mountains NP each year.Notable FeatureUndoubtedly, the crown jewel of Guadalupe Mountains NP, is the mountains for which it is named. These mountains are world-renowned as the...[More]


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A Gift for the AgesMy father-in-law, Ted Hitch, is an Eagle Scout, and one of my wife’s prized possessions is a black-and-white photo of him in his Scout uniform. Taken in the early 1940s, it’s a window into history, a priceless memento that only exists, I presume, because Ted’s mother stuffed him in his uniform, drove him to a photo studio, and had his portrait made.These days, of course, getting a photo of a new...[More]


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Boy Scouts of America Jamboree (1953):The Jamboree was organised in 1953 at Irvine Ranch, California. The scale and magnitude of the preparations are mind numbing, with portable bridges loaned by the government of USA, building of the then World’s largest Theatre, and scouts coming in from all over the world. The jamboree was a veritable gold mine with young boys mining the world’s greatest treasure, that is, brotherhood, and friendship and sportsman spirit....[More]


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FIVE BUGS THAT CAN HELP YOU ROUGH IT OUT!You’ll be hard put to pass a McDonald’s on your next camping trip. If you do, then you simply ain’t doing it right! So pulling off a Beer Grylls is probably the only option you have, unless you’re willing to starve in the wilderness, that is. And trust me, that is not a good option.So we’ve compiled a list of 5 bugs that you can eat to...[More]


By: djt5036      

City of Rocks National Reserve is a protected area in southern Idaho that was established on November 18, 1988. Encompassing over 14,400 acres, City of Rocks NR is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts who like an adrenaline rush. Feel free to join the tens of thousands of annual visitors for a romp around the rocks any time of the year.Admission to the reserve (not to be confused with the nearby Castle Rock State Park)...[More]


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