Week in Review – May 1st, 2011

My schedule lately has made it hard for me to keep up with what’s going on with the blogosphere. As a result my “week in review” posts have been suffering. But non the less…here are some posts that caught my eye this week.

Check out Fellow Midlander/West Texas blog: Cachin’ In. He summited Guadalupe Peak this last weekend. (On a side note I also took a trip to Guadalupe Peak and will post a report on it tomorrow.)

John K on the Highest Bridge in Texas

Hendrik wrote a great little post on the Art of Outdoor Blogging.

Grant gave us a little lesson in Treating other blogs the way you want to be treated. Here you go Grant…I want other blogs to link to mine…*hint, hint, wink*

I wrote about what you should do if you are caught outdoors in a wildfire.

Learn how you can survive this: Read my post on Wildfire Hiking Safety.

Jeff wrote an interesting post about an A.T. Ridgerunner who Rescued 4 Hikers in Smokies

Tim and Robin wrote a guest post on Karl’s blog about What is Appalachia? I need to get Tim and Robin to write a guest post for MyLifeOutdoors sometime. In fact if anyone would like to write a Guest Post contact me.

Adventure Junkie is running a contest called “ditch the deet.” If I understand correctly he will be selecting winners for the next several weeks.

PA Hikes is having a giveaway.

Allen writes a review of the book “Off The Grid” a style of living that fascinates me for all the wrong reasons.

Dobbs writes about New Mexico’s Dog Canyon.

Dobbs View of Dog Canyon

I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did!

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4 thoughts on “Week in Review – May 1st, 2011”

  1. Thanks for the shout out Steven, your blog has really been an inspiration to get me to try this medium of digital communication again after several failed attempts in the past. I'm looking forward to your Guad Peak report.

  2. I am looking forward to your post of your Guadalupe Peak hike. I really enjoy that hike no matter how often I hike it.

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