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Prepping Your Vehicle For Winter Emergencies

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor With winter hitting the country hard, many drivers are finding themselves stranded in traffic jams, sliding off the road and getting stuck, or just breaking down far from help. The bad weather also impacts the response time of those tasked with rescuing the stranded, and in a decent snowstorm, you can wait hours or even days before help can get to you. Staying comfortable and safe is possible with just a bit of preparation and having the right items on hand to help you hunker down and wait for aid. Here is our list...

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Pro’s Tips: Ten Outdoors New Year’s Resolutions

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor We all like to make New Year’s Resolutions. To be more frugal, lose weight, work less, etc. But I sat down and came up with a list of Ten New Year’s Resolutions specifically for the outdoorsman and woman. Here is my list. What are yours? 1. Spend More Time Outdoors It was a strange year for me. Because of the busy filming schedule, testing products, sickness, and a heavy teaching schedule, I didn’t get to spend one single night camping under the stars this year. I didn’t get to spend a single day on...

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Pro’s Tips: Traveling Overseas To Experience The Great Outdoors

By Dan Kidder Managing Editor Americans are spoiled with wild places. We don’t always recognize how abundant wilderness is for us in the USA. Those who live near big cities may not always appreciate how abundant our woods, forests, deserts, swamps, mountains and streams really are. But no matter where you live in this country, it is a relatively short drive to the great outdoors. I used to live in New York and even for those in Downtown Manhattan, they are just an hour or two away from beautiful and lush arboreal forests and rolling mountains. The Catskills, Adirondacks...

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