Camp Dogs

22 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Chris and Bastian feel provoked – by the mere presence of each other. Leila knows about gagging. And Gisele is out. TV review of Johanna Bruckner Topic of the day: the unbearable audacity of being. "Currywurst man" Chris Töpperwien and muscle man Bastian Yotta already feel provoked by the mere presence of each other. It […]

22 Jan 19
Home

After ten months of self-imposed chastity, I was to go on a date.  And my date was late. My rucksack stood in the corner of the room. Its contents bulged from all sides, prostrate like a flaccid dick, awakened only to sit in the corner of my living room, watching sitcom reruns and PG-advised advertisements […]

22 Jan 19

This is all 13 Bushcraft Camp Update episodes merged into one, with no talking, just pure bushcraft shelter building. Featuring the Hunting Tower with ladder, Dog House, Giant Lean-to shelter, small lean to shelter with wood roof, raised bed, fire pit, log store, main tarp roof with pulley system, bushcraft bench and all perimeter walls. […]

22 Jan 19
Eunoia Review

It’s a furnace-hot day in August, the sky a blank cloudless blue, and I’m sweltering in a dusty side street in east London. The thermometer has hit forty at noon for the fifth day in a row. Everyone who doesn’t have to be outside isn’t. Anyone selling air conditioning units is doing so at an […]

22 Jan 19
juzathot

“The life of Suppan and Appan was unworthy.

The answer for your life’s yearning is Your Magic Mirror!”

22 Jan 19
Long Walks and Dirty Socks

The following are a few excerpts from a larger work that has slowly been accumulating since 2016. This work is not in any way intended to be a cohesive story about thru-hiking. It is more a conversion of my journals into a more readable format, a sharing of experiences and ideas. Since it has been […]

22 Jan 19
World Traveller

Bridget Harrison takes the reins on a family dog-sledding adventure in northeastern Norway

22 Jan 19
Diary of a Misplaced Yooper: Cliffy's Mom's Blog

The title is only half joking. I don’t do a lot of corrections with a fearful pup because I am choosing my battles. I have been focusing on the positive side of the German shepherd puppy’s behavior, slowly bringing him out of his slump. After he was saturated with people and dogs yesterday at the […]

22 Jan 19
AÉNL Media

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22 Jan 19
dtouringamerica

Our second stay in Havana was bittersweet. It was good to be reunited with Tucker after the separation during which his passport was stolen near Las Terrazas, but it was sad to know that this would be the end of our adventure together after 18 weeks and thousands of miles through northern Latin America. It […]

22 Jan 19
The Messy Journey

Accountability is the quality or state of being accountable. An obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions. The fact of being responsible for what you do. The state of being accountable, liable, or answerable. The obligation of an individual or organization to account for its activities. An individual has accountability […]

22 Jan 19
My Outlander Blog!

    As I watched Roger Mckenzie escape the “idiot” hut it became immediately obvious what was going to happen.  His body language, his desperate, but hollow attempts to put himself first…Oh Lord, I said out loud ….he’s just like me…he’s going back. Roger and I are INFPs If your are unaware of what INFP […]

22 Jan 19
Tales from th' Trails

It’s hard for me to write about the lunar eclipse, because it’s such a special thing- It’s like a sacred holiday every time it happens. As anyone who knows us knows, Fynn has turned our family into people who see planets, space and the universe from a unique point of view. 2015 was a hard […]

22 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

The story behind Alexis Sanchez wants to be told in the film. Alexis, The Movie wants to watch Sanchez's Ride from the Streets of Tocopilla in northern Chile to stardom in Europe's top leagues. And, in his case, the riches really are quite extraordinary. A year ago, Sanchez became the highest earner in the Premier […]

22 Jan 19
Oroville Mercury-Register
Wherever Russ Stewart went, a pack of Chihuahuas usually followed. Stewart kept about a dozen of the little dogs in his apartment on Pentz Road, loyal and loving companions for a quiet, private man. “They were all over the apartment and all over the yard,” neighbor Bill Richardson said. “That’s about all he had.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Stewart, 63, lived a quiet life in Paradise for many years, according to interviews and public records. Stewart grew up in the mountains, his family said, and as a young man broke wild horses. Stewart loved working with his hands, crafting furniture and jewelry for family and friends. For a time, he mined gold on a river claim in Paradise, his family said. Stewart was in poor health, Richardson said, and breathed with the assistance of an oxygen tank. He kept to himself. He made occasional trips to the store, commuting in a small, old car with expired tags. The Richardsons looked after their neighbor, checking in and bringing his trash bins back from the curb. “He was very private,” Richardson said. On the day the fire reached the 6800 block of Pentz Road, Bill Richardson and his wife Becky called and banged on Stewart’s door to rouse their neighbor. Stewart never responded. A family member said they were privately mourning. Share your memories by clicking here in our guest book for Russ or at campfirelives@chicoer.com. Read more profiles on our remembrance page.