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Monthly Archives: May 2014

How-To: Hiking With Dogs

Sometimes your best hiking companion is four-legged with a wagging tail.

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Travel: Captain’s Private Desert Camp, Wadi Rum, Jordan

Of all the ways to get to know Jordan, staying in a Bedouin-style tent in the middle of the vast Wadi Rum Desert is one of the best.

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Gear: Bike Commuting

The rapid increase in bike share programs, more cycle-friendly urban areas, and a generally wider embrace of cycling culture has introduced a welcome flood of bike commuters in the country’s cities.

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Travel: Mountain Towns

For those of us fueled by that almost-unquenchable love of the great outdoors but who paradoxically spend most of our lives locked in the city or the suburbs, mountain towns become more than just vacation destinations.

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Fishing With FlyCastaway

FlyCastaway guides are a group of dedicated fly anglers, casting into exotic waters such as African coastlines and the Indian Ocean Islands.

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Tips and Tricks: Choosing A Kayak With Chad Hoover

Ready to give kayak fishing a try? Chad Hoover lets us know what essentials to look for when choosing this type of fishing transportation.

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Travel: Feynan Ecolodge, Jordan

Immerse yourself in Bedouin culture. Where you choose to stay while traveling largely dictates your personal relationship with that country.

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Good To Know: Leave The Bananas At Home?

Myth: Bananas bring bad luck to any fishing endeavor.

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Tips and Tricks: Fish Photography With George Poveromo

You’ve made the catch, earned your bragging rights, and now it’s time to show the world. George Poveromo shares his tips for showing off your latest prize.

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Gear: Backpacking Essentials

When backpacking, weight is the name of the game. You want to bring all the gear you need to be safe and happy, but not so much as to burden yourself on the trail.

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