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Last week I asked everyone to submit their Must Read Outdoor Blog list. Well I had a great response and had 50 top rate outdoor blogs submitted. Today I want to give you the chance to vote for the very best. I am calling this the Peoples Choice Top Outdoor Blog.Below you will find a ballot where you can select ONLY ONE blog to vote for. (I debated whether I would allow multiple votes and in the end thought multiple

The following is a guest post by John Koster an avid Geocacher! You can find out more about John on his blog: Cachin' In. In 2005 I was home for a summer internship with the Alabama Geologic Survey when some of my friends asked if I wanted to “go look for something hidden, with a GPS?” I said OK, but I honestly had no idea what we were doing. We ended up at a war memorial near the mall and the

It has been more then a week since my last post. Mainly because I have been out of town engaging in many hikes and other activities I hope to share with you soon. Until then I wanted to point out something I have been slightly excited about.Not long ago I was contacted by Backpacker Magazine about a trip report for Guadalupe Peak. They asked me for some information and said they wanted to feature my trip in their June National

This is a continuation of Thursday's post: SPOT Messenger Owners Responsibility - Part One. Please click here to read the first half of this post.What is the responsibility of Locater Beacon owner? Not that long ago, a couple from New Bruswick, British Columbia activated their beacon when they climbed a steep trail and could not get back down. A helicopter lowered them 200 feet to secure footing. In September 2009, a hiker from Placer County was panning for gold in

I recently took my 10 year old daughter with me to purchase a SPOT gps messagner. As we were walking out of the store my daughter asked her usual curious questions. “What’s that for…What does it do?” I explained to her that if we ever got lost or in trouble while we were hiking, we could use it to call 911 or something similar. My daughter already believes I get lost more than actually do. SPOT GPS Messenger She asked

This week is National Parks Week. Now until April 24th you can receive free admission to all our our National Parks. But what you may not have known is Energizer is a big supporter or our national parks. Now until the end of the week they will donate $1.00 to the National Park Foundation when you text BUNNY to 27722. Energizer’s goal is to donate $400,000 to the National Park Foundation this spring.If you want to go the extra mile

Next weekend marks the beginning of National Parks week. Starting Saturday April 16th through Sunday April 24th the majority of National Parks will be waiving admission fees. Both Guadalupe and Big Bend National Parks in Texas will have free admission. Guadalupe National Park said there is no need to check in at the ranger office, simply head over to the fee station and get your free admission pass to hang in the car. Big Bend National Park will have someone