Outdoor Gear

16 Jun 19
The Stann Creek Regional Archaeology Project

Note to the reader. This recap of our week’s activities is a week late (internet outage issues) and has been borrowed from a much larger travelogue of my experiences during this, my second field season with SCRAP.  It’s not always easy to keep a running account of all the goings-on during a project like this, […]

16 Jun 19
Honolulu photographers

You’ve set the date, booked the Church and the Reception Hall, and now it’s time to select your photographer. Whatever you do, don’t fall into the trap that some unfortunate Bride and Grooms do by enlisting a friend or relative to take their wedding photographs. Remember, this is a once in a lifetime event that […]

16 Jun 19
Blog | Ryan L. Taylor Photography

I discuss a typical workflow and the entire process from planning, conception of the image, to editing and backups.

16 Jun 19
Big World Little Fin

I read an article called “When did we become such gear-toting wimps” feeling a little offended off-the-bat. It comments that it’s ridiculous that so many people attend the outdoor gear show (held in Salt Lake City), spending thousands of dollars on gear that are not needed. I took a class this last semester called Ski […]

16 Jun 19
Tri Hard Shawn

It’s been sometime since I last wrote an update and so, so much has happened. I’ll start with recaping my first Olymic Distance triathlon (also my season opener for 2019), The Great Clermont Triathlon. In the months leading up to the event, I was training for both this event and the Boston Marathon (more on […]

16 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

. The Rock and Roll bike trainer is a truly unique training experience. Its patented frame design provides the most realistic feel of any trainer available because it allows the bike to move as it does on the road The Rock and Roll Smart combines the world’s only free-moving fluid trainer with intuitive app-based power […]

16 Jun 19
NBC4 WCMH-TV
Happy Father’s Day! This is a day when Americans are expected to spend a record $16 billion this year on their fathers, according to a recent survey by the National Retail Federation. Last year, people spend $15.3 billion. Most people will spend money on items like greeting cards, dinners and clothing. If you’re still trying to find that perfect gift for your Dad, here’s some ideas. The most requested Father’s Day gifts are fishing gear, college sports apparel and athletic equipment, according to a new survey from Acadmey Sports and Outdoors. Sunglasses and pellet grills also rank high on the list. Here are a few other ideas on how to celebrate Father’s Day in central Ohio: Free admission for dad’s and granddad at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium: All dads and grandpas get in free to the zoo when they are accompanied by at least one of their children or grandchildren. Free admission to the Creekside Blues and Jazz Fest on Sunday from 11:30 am-12:30 pm with a donation of one non-perishable food item (per person) to benefit GRIN (Gahanna Residents in Need). Free admission to the Columbus Museum of Art on Sunday.   Visit Carrabba’s through June 16, and when you buy $50 in gift cards you’ll get a free $10 bonus card. Ruby Tuesday: Free $15 bonus card when you purchase $50 in gift cards Red Lobster: For every $75 spent on gift cards, in-restaurant or online, you’ll receive two bonus gifts in return – good for $10 off or a free appetizer – which are valid on future visits between July-September.
16 Jun 19
Mahogany Memories

We were up by 7 all set for an early start to head off for Trebeurden, the sun was shining, and I thought we were in for a lovely sunny trip.  However, by 8 the fog had descended, and we could only just see the outline of the marina wall where we needed to exit.  […]

16 Jun 19
Kiwi kaewa

Day 1 It’s been eight months since I returned from my two month WA bike touring trip. Having chucked in my job and deciding on a tree change, I have spent that eight months living and working at Summer View Farm, Mia Mia which is almost 100km north west of Melbourne. The work is mostly […]

16 Jun 19
Image Earth Travel

Are you a digital nomad looking for free Wi-Fi during your stay in Cosenza, Calabria?

16 Jun 19
Travel

Water Resistant Nylon Fabric – Be made of high quality nylon fabric is durable and anti-resistant, you can clean this swim bag with water, it is easy to wash, can’t not wash by machine ,it is strong enough to hold all your things for overnight.
Large Capacity -Size: 17.6 x 9 x 9 inch sport duffel holds your gym essentials like towel, sport clothes and a shoes pocket for your running shoes, and the zipper bag can store your mp3 player or phone and keys, lock, wallet and small gear.
Convenient Design – The Gym tote has 2 handle straps and 1 detachable and adjustable shoulder strap, you can carry it as handbag, shoulder bag or corss-body bag, it is up to you!

16 Jun 19
charleshunk.com

When you think you have your season all beautifully planned … After coming back home from a long holiday break in late December / early January (where my level of eating was quite unparalleled) I realised that my physical shape looked more like the typical Shopping Mall Santa Claus than the average triathlete. Because I […]

16 Jun 19
Wave eStore

OMPATIBLE WITH ALL POPSOCKET GRIPS – This Belt Clip was designed to provide a snug tight fit compatible with all colored Popsocket grips to mount your phone firmly. No tools required. Compatible with all iphone, android and other mobile devicesEASY RELEASE – One-hand operation allows you to easily insert and remove your device with a […]

16 Jun 19
Full Press Coverage

It was a typical Spring day in New England. The cloudless sky was a beautiful shade of blue. The combination of warm sun and soothing breeze made this a perfect day for outdoor activity. As my father would say, it was a “great day for a ball game.” The calendar read Saturday, March 14, 2009. […]