What would survival in a post-EMP world look like? The United States has received threats from North Korea ever since the Korean War came to a stop. While those threats have varied considerably, the most common has been for them to destroy us with nuclear weapons. In recent years, those threats have become more and
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Tens of thousands of boating and fishing enthusiasts start their season at the Progressive® Insurance New York Boat Show, which is set for January 6-10 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. Organizers say with its 110-year history the show is recognized as THE place to see the latest and greatest
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As the National Park Service (NPS) celebrates 100 years of protecting and preserving the nation’s parks and monuments, all Americans are encouraged to get out and #FindYourPark during National Park Week, April 16 through 24. All National Park Service entrance fees will be waived for the week so choose a park, near or far, and
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Hunting camp can be as critical to the success of your hunt as a bullet or an arrow. Minor inconveniences can be overcome but major obstacles can dampen, or even end, your hunting trip. If hunting with others the obstacles can be magnified and escalate quickly. There are many different types of camp along with
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The war against annoying insects that bite, sting or otherwise bring discomfort to the outdoor enthusiast is usually carried out with multiple campaigns: the direct frontal assaults by an onslaught of warriors, the persistent and bold Kamikaze-like loner, and the infiltrator who sneaks behind enemy lines and attacks undercover. To know your enemy is the first
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Oddly, one of the most common questions I receive regarding my boat is directed at the two Power-Poles mounted on the transom.  I agree, they are odd looking and draw the eye right to them, so the many inquiries are no surprise.  Unknowing people have referred to them as “smoke stacks”, “rocket boosters”, and so on. No, they
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Summertime largemouth fishing provides the opportunity to catch multiple bass, cast after cast, from a mega-school. Recently here in Minnesota, I had the good fortune of finishing second in a tournament thanks to one of these mega-schools where I caught over 40 bass! I failed to win in part because the champion also found a
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This week on the increasingly inaccurately named Hack Your City, we’re collecting your tips for Yellowstone National Park. This place is nuts! Most of the world’s geysers are in Yellowstone. So are features like mountains, waterfalls, canyons, and hot springs (like the Grand Prismatic Spring, shown above not photoshopped). These are spread out across 3,470
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Photo: Getty Images For the uninitiated, camping with small children may seem like a dramatic dinner party story waiting to happen. There are so many unknowns. Will a wad of burnt marshmallow get stuck in your kid’s hair? Will he faceplant in the dirt on the middle-of-the-night trudge to the bathroom? Will she beg to
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Photo By Zeralda La Grange Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Dead Horse Point” by Zeralda La Grange. Location: Utah. “I have recently begun infrared photography,” says La Grange. “I love the creativity it allows. It lets me see the world in new ways.” Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and
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Photo By Steve Dorris Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Tunnel View Before Sunrise” by Steve Dorris. Yosemite Valley, California. “My motivation is the moments,” says Dorris. “Those times when I am able to witness a scene that has taken on a completely different mood, as in blue hour, and then share that moment with
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Lyft will pull its fleet of e-bikes off Bay Area streets after two of them caught on fire. Bikes are bursting into flames in San Francisco. According to the international rideshare juggernaut Lyft, that spurred the brand to pull its fleet of Bay Wheels e-bikes off the streets indefinitely. “Because the safety of our riders is our
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A peek at emerging products from the sometimes cutting-edge, sometimes quirky world of gear design. Explore the grid below or click through for a slideshow. View: ☷ Grid ☰ List ❏ Slideshow Rumpl Goes Recycled Blanket-maker Rumpl is shifting its materials to post-consumer recycled products. The newly thought-out Original Puffy is 100 percent post-consumer recycled,
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Spartan, Tough Mudder, and others will honor race entry for anyone affected by Warrior Dash’s sudden closure. Born from the CrossFit craze of the 2000s, obstacle racing exploded onto the fitness and events scene within the last decade. While many companies offer their own unique twist — flames, paint, zombies, and more — three quickly rose
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LifeStraw water filters and purifiers have made traveling off the grid safer and simpler. But that’s just one choice humans can make to move around more consciously. Here are more ways you can reduce your impact, not to mention contribute to a healthier, more sustainable planet. LifeStraw Flex Gravity Bag shoot at North Bend, Washington,
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The Quick-Set™ Escape is the original 6 sided gazebo canopy (formerly known as the 1660 Six Pack Screen Shelter) that started the Quick-Set™ series. It revolutionized the way outdoor enthusiasts battled bugs and Mother Nature while camping, in the backyard etc. Ready to use out of the box, no assembly required, a mere 45 seconds
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