Archive

Category Archives for "Outdoor Sports"

Remembering My Friend Barry Lopez

I have a friend who for many years wrote obituaries in the New York Times. He became very good at it, but it is an art I hope to never master. The breadth and depth of extraordinary lives—most everybody’s full life—at first seems overwhelming but then must be stewed down into a list of finite achievements, necessary […]

Continue reading

Is Carrying a Concealed Handgun Right for Everyone?

Terry Nelson   01.05.21 Request for concealed carry permits is at an all-time high. Gun sales, especially to first-time owners, have skyrocketed. It’s great that we live in a country where we can exercise our right of self-protection and the 2nd Amendment. Since many of these new gun owners have made their purchases with the intention of […]

Continue reading

Photo Of The Day By billtphoto – Outdoor Photographer

By Staff Updated January 5, 2021 Photo By billtphoto Today’s Photo Of The Day is “And Then She Said” by billtphoto. Location: Galapagos Islands. Want to get your images in the running for a Photo of the Day feature? Photo of the Day is chosen from various galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are […]

Continue reading

Tree-Kanken: Fjallraven Introduces ‘100% Bio-Based Backpack’ | GearJunkie

January 5, 2021 | By Adam Ruggiero Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn more. Fjallraven’s bestselling backpack gets a major sustainability makeover. Walk into any Fjallraven store, and you’re sure to see it: one wall, a motley color-splashed collection of the iconic, square-shaped Kanken backpacks. Part tote bag, […]

Continue reading

Two Accessories That Go from Concealed Carry to Range Day

Eve Flanigan   01.05.21 If you have a regular range practice and carry concealed daily also, you might find yourself carrying around extra gear like belts, holsters, and magazine pouches that are appropriate for high-round count practice, while that everyday carry (EDC) gear is generally lighter in weight and more street-friendly. Time and trouble are spent carrying […]

Continue reading