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1. Chucking Wood
June 16, 2017


Woodchucks belong to the marmot (large ground squirrel) family and goes by a variety of names- groundhog, thickwood Badger, monax, wood-shock, whistler, whistlepig (due to a warning sound made through their big front teeth), moonack, weenusk, red monk and in our family – PEST! Found throughout North America, woodchucks are primarily in the eastern United States and much of southern Canada. This morning it was spotted in south central Massachusetts, in our lakeside gardens. In New England, they inhabit both urban and suburban yards, fields, meadows, woodland clearings and are often found alo... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

2. Why you must not forget about taking a 3 season tent for your camping
June 05, 2017


Three season tents are excellent for practically any weather condition you can encounter, assuming it's winter. This three season dome tent is a favorite with many campers as it combines stylish design with superior functionality. A three season tent differs in design and construction. Then you probably have a three season tent. Ideally, you wish to locate a 3 season tent with a waterproof floor. You can buy this tent at a reasonable price. This sort of tent generally has some type of built-in airflow ventilator. Capacity Rating 2-person tents are normally absolutely the most well-known m... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

3. Where to Buy Trail Running Shoes Online For Affordable Price
May 21, 2017


Jogging shoes aren't cheap in any way. These shoes will offer you a feeling of `flatness' but with an excellent ride once worn. If you get a shoe which is not suitable for your foot, you can experience the consequences. Choosing suitable shoes plays an essential role too. I'll fitting shoes may cause injury and may also make the skin below your toe nails to bruise which will make the toenails to fall off. The ideal thing regarding these lightweight shoes is they supply the ultimate support and absolute comfort. Choosing best shoes for kids is really important as a way to maintain appropriate s... (read more)

Author: Shovon Joarder

4. Starting to Pop
April 10, 2017


When the soil temperature hits 50 to 58 degrees, some of our favorite Spring mushrooms will start to pop. Throughout the United States, except for a handful of southern states that are just too warm and dry, the Morel mushroom is about ready to harvest. As the soil temperature rises above 50 degrees the Morel quickly sprouts and reaches for daylight. You must be quick because within hours various bugs and other wildlife start to consume the dandy delight. As always with wild mushroom harvesting, be careful. You must do some studying ahead of time and ideally bring along an experienced hun... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

5. Snow Robins
March 20, 2017


Look, there is a robin in the backyard tugging on a long and juicy looking earthworm. Spring must be right around the corner. Roaming around in the backyard is an American robin, easily spotted by its brown back and reddish-orange breast. The bill, presently being used to hold onto that worm, is mainly yellow with a variably dark tip. Some may argue that the dark tip is a result of digging for those juicy earthworms. The next day, fourteen inches of snow and temperatures in the single digits. Did the robins leave again? No, listen, there are a couple of them singing over there in the t... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

6. Look Out, Mergansers Passing Through
March 03, 2017


Daytime temperatures are starting to rise. Spring is returning to New England. Slowly but surely, the open water works its way back into the cove. As the ice line recedes, more and more water fowl start to visit again. This is certainly a great time on the lake, as hibernating species come back to life and many birds take flight starting their long migration north. One morning, as the fog clears, there are several pairs of common mergansers actively playing in the cove. Sure enough, two days later hooded mergansers join them. This time of year, both the common and hooded mergansers drop... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

7. Where Do Turtles Go?
February 14, 2017


Where do turtles go once the cold weather returns and ice forms over the surface of the water? Do you know? There is something about turtles most of us adore. Kids love them and often have them for pets. There are at least 263 species of freshwater and terrestrial turtles. Most of these turtles spend a large amount of their time in water. Often, we can spot them surfacing at regular intervals to refill their lungs. All turtles and tortoises breathe air so they can stay under water, but for only a limited period. Turtles have a very long history. Some fossil findings over the last ... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

8. Feathered Friends Are Welcomed
January 26, 2017


A brown speckled wren wiggles its way in and out of the screened suet feeder. Every now and then he flies over to the deck railing, shakes his head to remove the fat from his rather long beak and then makes his way back to the suet. Overlooking this wren, are twenty-eight mourning doves perched in a nearby leafless maple tree. There are many daily visitors feeding at the other couple of feeders. These visitors include, gold and purple finches in their winter colors, pine siskins, colorful male and female cardinals, tufted titmouse, black eyed juncos, house sparrows, chickadees, downy wood... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

9. Limpy the Mallard
January 08, 2017


Last spring a female mallard decided to turn our deck flower pot, tucked under an overhang, into her nursery. Nesting is a stressful and tiresome period for the female mallard, as she lays more than half her body weight in eggs. We counted 11 eggs in her clutch that were incubated for 28 days and then began hatching at 50-55 days. All but two successfully became little fuzzy yellow hatch-lings. Our mother mallard was remarkably patient during the nesting period, leaving only at dusk to meet her awaiting mate in our cove. Each evening they would swim off together and likely feed unti... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

10. Musky Rodent Happenings
December 27, 2016


Early one December morning while sipping my first coffee, I spotted a small dark shape struggling on our newly nearly frozen lake. After further observations, I discovered it was a muskrat attempting to make his way from the little island in front of my cove to the nearby shore. Every few steps the poor little fellow would sink through the ice and cling to the edge, struggling to make his way back up and out. Once back on his feet, off he would quickly scamper with long tail pointing to the heavens, until again back into the water he would go. This hurry up and sink dance repeated itself c... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

11. Eagle Islands
December 16, 2016


It was a clear, warm summer afternoon on Lake Chaubunagungamaug in Webster, Massachusetts. We were anchored in a quiet cove, playing a lively game of cribbage when I spotted a pair of eagles soaring high above us. It was as if they were playing a game of tag. Then suddenly one of the eagles headed straight down into the water and came back up with a big fish in its beak. He flew to a tall bushy pine tree nearby to enjoy his fresh catch. These are the special lake moments that many of us have come to look forward to in summer. Each spring at least one pair of bald eagles return to ne... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

12. Bluebirds Bring Hope
December 10, 2016


Prior to meeting and marrying Kathleen, the decade before had been a most challenging period for her. It was one of those tough stretches many of us face over the course of our lives. Kathleen had been suddenly “downsized”, went through an unwanted divorce, had cancer surgery, her mother had a heart attack and was raising two young teenagers (and sheep) in a big old house out in the country. The emotional roller coaster of life was pulling her down. One day driving home after a job interview, Kathleen pulled into her driveway and there in the burning bush, was a flock of over two dozen, ea... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

13. Morel Along the Trail
November 17, 2016


A great aspect of a good hike, is that you never know what is around the next corner. Early to mid Spring, brings a bunch of budding trees and new growth all over the forest floor. As the suns rays warm the soil all around, wildflowers and wonderful mushrooms begin to pop their heads up. Among'st all of this springtime glory, are the mushroom hunters in search of many a chefs favorite mushroom, the morel. What a fantastic way to add some fun, even competition and culinary delight to our hike! See who can find the most morels and then utilizing your favorite camping cookware, dice, saute a... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

14. Titanium on the Trail
November 13, 2016


What do high performance jets have in common with lightweight, durable cookware? Titanium. That’s right, Ti or atomic number 22, for those of you who remember your elements. This amazing, elegant, silvery metal is taking a whole range of industries by storm! From aerospace manufacturing, sky writing, golf clubs, pacemakers and eye-wear to cookware, titanium is the one to beat because of the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any known metal to date. Cookware, specially camping cookware, is reaping the many benefits of this amazing, attractive metal. Up until recently, the heavy iro... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

15. Titanium Time Travels
November 08, 2016


Ready to escape to nature? Outdoor activities are a favorite outlet for many of us to decompress from the day to day routine. A popular outdoor activity is to hit the trial on a great hike and overnight camping adventure. Of course, if we are camping, we are usually cooking. There's nothing like some fresh air with a healthy dose of nature to build up a good appetite! In this article, I will highlight a brief history of titanium, an important element now found in some light-weight camping cookware. First, let's start by understanding titanium is a chemical element you may have learned... (read more)

Author: Gregory James

16. 3 Quiet Generators Just In Time for Winter
October 29, 2016


Old Man Winter is about to pay us another visit, and forecasts are once again calling for record cold and snow. No matter where you live, chances are good you're going to be without power for some length of time. If you don't already have a good home generator -- especially one that is also whisper-quiet -- now might be a wise time to invest in one. Things to Look For What are the most important things to consider? First, you want a generator that will keep the lights on, the freezer powered up, and, if possible, the showers hot -- maybe for days on end. Second, you wa... (read more)

Author: Don Sloan

17. 800-961-1963-Need Help for Parallels? Here're Frequently Asked Questions on Parallels Support
October 17, 2016


With the advent of Parallels Desktop for Mac, users are now suitably capable of running Windows and Mac OS alongside successfully without any technical flaw. The virtual machine software allows you to take the Windows applications on Mac infrastructure with accuracy, utmost control, and confidence. With every new edition, Parallels is being made more efficient and technically powerful to take both operating systems on a single platform. Today, Parallels 12 is quite ready for macOS Sierra with new features and tools. You can seamlessly integrate all the Windows applications into Mac ecosys... (read more)

Author: John Smith

18. How to Become a Marine Biologist
May 05, 2016


What do you want to be when you grow up? Many people want to be policeman, firefighters, writers, actors, or doctors. These are some of the standard answers children give when asked this simple question. But some curious children answer with a little more decisiveness: I want to be a marine biologist. Many children have visited the ocean, or if they are lucky, an aquarium, to see the beautiful animals that occupy the water that makes up almost the entirety of the world. Fascinated by the otters, dolphins, crabs, and sharks, they want nothing more than to see them in their natural habitat, take... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

19. What is a Marine Biology Summer Camp?
May 05, 2016


Marine biology is the study of organisms in the ocean, which covers anything from sea turtles and whales, to microscopic phytoplankton and shellfish. It’s a popular field, especially in the study of the larger animals like whales, dolphins, and sharks. With so much interest in the ocean and the organisms and animals that live within it, there are many jobs, careers, degrees, and even summer camps that revolve around this interesting scientific field. For many children and teens, marine biology is one of their favorite things to learn about, but unfortunately, most schools don’t pro... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

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April 27, 2016


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Author: glenda hussian

21. 800-961-1963 - Norton® Technical Support Gets You Best Support Services
January 27, 2016


Norton Anti Virus is recognized as as a respected antivirus software package suite intended for monitoring Home windows Vista intended for damaging disturbance by malevolent software. Avail Intelli Atlas’s complete Norton Online Technical Support for best Norton antivirus support service to help you remove all issues that you can face to set up, uninstall, help to make active, replenish or bring up to date Norton Protection software. Computer and also laptop end users may expertise various problems on their systems on account of conflicting software package, corrupt data files, viral contam... (read more)

Author: John Smith

22. 800-961-1963 - Microsoft Guide to Windows® 10 Support
January 19, 2016


Specialized Support is an essential need of all Windows® 10 clients who are encountering startling and sudden issues and blunders from various renditions of the world's biggest utilized and favored working framework. Microsoft items are despot of the product business. Because of overwhelming use, specialized shortcomings, overhaul disappointments, and inappropriate setup, it is likely that Windows® 10 clients might require moment specialized backing. That is the reason Intelli Atlas offers every minute of every day Microsoft Technical Support for all oppressed Windows® 10 clients. Intelli At... (read more)

Author: John Smith

23. 888-846-6939 - Common QuickBooks® Reconcile Error Showing Opening Balance Incorrect
January 13, 2016


QuickBooks®, accounting and monetary management application, renders most accountants as well as financial planners an edge as it may help them acknowledge business installments, manage costs, pay costs, and carry out all payroll functions in a very hassle-free approach. This accounting program via Intuit is usually a bonus for numerous its users or a headache as soon as it does not overcome most expectations. ‘The starting balance appears to be incorrect’ is one of the most common Reconcile Problems QuickBooks that users from the QuickBooks® might experience. First open your register... (read more)

Author: John Smith

24. Types of Whales You'll Spot in the Bay of Fundy
January 11, 2016


If you're going to whale camp at the Bay of Fundy, then you're in for a treat. There are nearly a dozen species of whales that call this area home at various points throughout the year. So before you head out for camp, make a list of the whale species in this article to take with you. See if you can spot them all before your visit ends! Finback Whale This is the largest species of whale you'll find in the Bay of Fundy, and the second largest species in the ocean; the only one larger is the blue whale. This giant can grow up to 85 feet in length and weigh between 30 and 80 tons.  When s... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

25. Summer in Minnesota, From City to Camping
December 06, 2015


I say Minnesota, you say Mall of America! True, Minnesota houses the main business center in Minneapolis, but it’s also full of tourist amenities. The architecture, shopping, and amusement parks are among the top tier of the country. If you find yourself in town for a vacation, quick escape, or even a business trip, the city is sure to leave its mark. There are plenty of indoor things to do in Minnesota during its cold winter months, but if you forget the great outdoors while you’re planning your spring and summer, you’re not doing yourself any favors. The hiking and natural ... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib



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