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5 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your BackCountry Gear
by Chuck Fitzgerald. Time out of doors is a precious commodity to the outdoor enthusiast - but are we getting the most out of this time. One way to ensure maximum backcountry enjoyment is to get the most possible value ...
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Backcountry Skiing: Getting there can be Half the Fun
by Lachlan brown. Western Canada is a land of mountains, lakes and rivers. There are also deserts (yes, Walter, small deserts), huge forested plateaus and lush farmland, but mountains are a predominant feature. From t...
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Whitewater Rafting Forges Bonds Stronger than the Rapids
by Jim Sampson. Colorado River Rafting is a Trip Visualize the boat's brow cutting through the swirling, surging water; the sun sparkling on the frothy waves, making tiny rainbows; the abrupt lurch of the craft, as...
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Tips on Buying a Boat
by Keith Binnersley. I discovered sailing many years ago and found it to be a wonderful way to enjoy time with friends and family as well as a way to get away from the office and become totally entranced and absorbed wit...
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Post-Hiking Pain
by Louise Roach. Calves are burning, knees hurt and legs feel like Jello. After a major hike, the body is asking, “why the torture?” How to deal with post-hiking pain and recovery is something every hiker faces as ...
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Reliving The Music Of The Seventies
by Wendy Yeager. We all associate songs and music with events in our life. Many songs hold special memories for us. We fondly remember the songs that were playing when we went to our first dance, the songs the scho...
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Best Tips for Enjoying the BackCountry in the Rain
by Chuck Fitzgerald. If you spend any amount of time in the backcountry at all, it will rain on you. Remember this - rain is a good thing; without it there wouldn’t be much backcountry to enjoy. How you prepare for rai...
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Mission Impossible - Construction of a Backcountry Ski Lodge
by Lachlan Brown. How can a 9200sq.ft. ski lodge be built in just six months when it took over three months to finish your downstairs bathroom? Now, place the project at the 5250 ft elevation in the Canadian Rocky Mou...
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The Need For Speed In Soccer
by Neil Travers. You only have to watch a senior professional game of football to recognise the importance that speed has in the game. But there is more to speed than meets the eye. Soccer players are athletes, but ...
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The art of surfing
by Jakob Jelling. Since its hey day in the 1960’s, surfing through the ocean has become a popular past time. Riders love to pound the surf with their waxed boards and ride large waves into the shore. As like any sport...
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What is Snowkiting?
by Jakob Jelling. As if snowboarding and kitesurfing actually meshed into one single sport it would be Snowkiting. Imagine taking a lift high atop a beautiful mountain, you set your kite in motion and get your feet fi...
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Skatesailing – The Ice Age
by Jakob Jelling. As with any extreme sport, some people enjoy the warmth of surfing and others prefer the cold weather and would rather skate instead of surf. With this, another popular extreme sport has been created...
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The rising popularity of windsurfing
by Jakob Jelling. As with any extreme sport or sport in general, there is only so much one can do on a surfboard. Enter windsurfing, a popular way to gain speed and air by using a sail attached to the surfboard itself...
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Kiteboating
by Jakob Jelling. Just when you think that kiting can be for only a board, think again. With the inception of bigger and more powerful kites, the ability to speed up or move larger objects became a reality. Enter a ne...
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Why Range Finders are Perfect for the BackCountry
by Chuck Fitzgerald. Outdoor enthusiasts love to guess about all sorts of things. We guess how many stars are in the Milky Way, we guess how fast a deer runs or we might even guess about how long it will be until that b...
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5 Tips for Successful Bird Watching
by Chuck Fitzgerald. Can you name the number one spectator sport in North America? It’s not baseball, figure skating or racing. It’s bird watching. That’s right, more people are watching birds than football and hockey...
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Night Vision Devices -- The Ultimate in BackCountry Toys
by Chuck Fitzgerald. Many nights in the backcountry are far from dark. A bright moon and a sky full of stars can throw off enough light to allow for reading a book, but add cloud cover, mountains or trees and it gets da...
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Boat Wax-Shine On
by James "Doc" Lewis. It has been our experience that nothing so much insures the beauty and longevity of a fiberglass boat than the continual maintenance of a good coat of high quality wax. In this article we will ex...
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The Care and Feeding of Your Clear Vinyl Boat Windows
by James "Doc" Lewis. Strataglass?, Lexan?, Plexiglass?, Isenglass, Crystal Clear, Eisenglass, etc. Whatever you call it, it all comes from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) which has certain definite characteristics. 1. Vinyl i...
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What You Need To Know Before You Sell Your Boat
by James . As the owner/operator of a full service boat detailing- yacht maintenance business I can't help but chuckle sometimes at seeing the extremes that otherwise bright, intelligent, successful, people wil...
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Boating Safety - Its For Everyone
by James "Doc" Lewis. Boating, when a few simple rules are followed, is one of the safest family activities there is. U.S. statistics show boating is twice as safe as biking, five times as safe as driving a car, and 24 ti...
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Guide To Patents and Surfing
by Thomas A. Hatfield. Intellectual property is everywhere, and encompasses, among other things, the areas of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. As an industry, surfing represents a significant market that...
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The Worlds Most Beloved Sport - The History of Soccer
by Rebecca Blain. While it is undisputed that the origins of modern soccer, or football, originated in Britain, there is a great deal of evidence that points to this beloved game as having an older history. Where did...
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The Nitty Gritty to Soccer Safety
by Rebecca Blain. As soccer is one of the most well loved sports on Earth, many children and adults are lured into participating in playing on a daily basis. Due to this wide spread popularity, soccer injuries are ver...
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Volleyball Safety
by Rebecca Blain. The fun and excitement of volleyball lures many children and adults into playing the sport. However, in order to have as much fun as possible, volleyball safety is something that you must always keep...
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