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Preparing for Group Camping Without Ruining Friendships

Camping is one of our great American pastimes that many of us have enjoyed with our families when we were children. Now that we’re all grown up, some of us are now enjoying this outdoor adventure with our friends. Although the great outdoors is enjoyable, planning, packing and organizing this [...]

Ambassadors Exploring the Rivers in Western PA

Exploring the Rivers in Western PA

Like any fly fisherman, I enjoy being on the water, exploring new river systems, and attempting to catch a fish or two. The past few months have been a lot of fun for me here in Western Pennsylvania fishing some of the local water where I currently reside. I’ve been [...]

Sponsored Events Bike MS & Team Left Hand Fundraiser Recap

Bike MS & Team Left Hand Fundraiser Recap

Less than 10 days removed from the first of four bike rides for Multiple Scleorsis – also known as Bike MS – Team Left Hand is reflective of yet another stellar season in Colorado. The largest team on the course (186 riders strong), we rode through the foothills from Broomfield [...]

Life Untucked Dustin Shearon & Grady Farmer’s Mt. Rainier Summit

Dustin Shearon & Grady Farmer’s Mt. Rainier Summit

In Jan of 2015 Grady Farmer and Dustin Shearon successfully completed a summit bid on Lion’s Head at Mt. Washington. On June 16th they took on an even more challenging summit attempt of Mt. Rainier. Standing at 14,500 ft., Rainier is the most prominent summit of the lower 48 and [...]

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Exploring the Rivers in Western PA
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Exploring the Rivers in Western PA

Like any fly fisherman, I enjoy being on the water, exploring new river systems, and attempting to catch a fish or two. The past few months have been a lot of fun for me here in Western Pennsylvania fishing some of the local water where I currently reside. I’ve been [...]

The Cowboy In Us All
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The Cowboy In Us All

Normally my posts are about my life as a teacher or fly fisherman, but tonight, I share with you a closet dream of mine. Ever since I have been a young boy I have wanted to be a cowboy. Yup, riding horses, getting dirty, wearing a cowboy hat, big buckle, [...]

Back to the Woods
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Back to the Woods

The year continues to press on and adventure lives around every corner.  This spring has brought a new adventure into my life; Tuckerman Ravine on Mount Washington.   In New England the spring pilgrimage to Mount Washington and the fabled Tuckerman Ravine is trip most New Englanders have on their bucket [...]

Summer Adventures
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Summer Adventures

It has been a great summer so far of hiking around the Piedmont with the family and venturing to Indiana with close friends. Weekends have seen the three of us getting up to Stone Mountain, enjoying the views, waterfalls, trails, and wildlife. We have also hiked Pilot Mountain and are [...]

Outward Bound California’s Staff Auction raises $5600!!!
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Outward Bound California’s Staff Auction raises $5600!!!

Staff at Outward Bound California set a record this year by raising over $5600 in a signature staff driven event that kicks off the summer season. This fundraiser marks the official end to the training season and the start of the summer season. All of the auction items are staff [...]