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This is a group for people who like fishing, hunting camping, hiking, offroading, geocaching, etc.
Where and what do you like to do?
Latest Activity: Apr 30
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Grinning Cat Aug 22, 2018.
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Randall Smith Dec 23, 2017.
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Nov 5, 2017.
Although it was good to get out and walk in the woods, I didn't find any morel mushrooms. 'Tis the season around here, and it seems everyone else is finding them, but not me--although I did find 3 in my yard. Disappointing. I did find a large shelf mushroom which tastes like chicken with a similar texture. Oh, and I saw a deer.
For those who have never been to Devil's Tower, you should go. It's located a couple of hours away northwest from Rapid City, South Dakota.
I recently visited the Monument (second time) and was captivated by its structure and geology. It's an easy 1.3 mile walk around it, with other longer hikes available.
The park service charges $25 to get in, but a Golden Age Pass gets you in free. Either way, it's worth it.
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Have fun fishing, Daniel. Maybe you could share a picture of cooking one of your catches.
Congratulations, Greg. While I greatly appreciate your accomplishments, I must admit I'm a landlubber.
Hi, all. I got scuba certified last June after wanting to do it for several years. Have done 21 logged dives since and have gotten my advanced adventure certification. Just 4 more dives to get my advanced certification. I see than Dan dives also. Anyone else in the group that likes to get wet and get deep?
Almost all wilderness is already gone, according to a new study. If you who love wilderness, prepare for a shock.
Shrinking habitats have adverse effects on world ecosystems
... Nearly 20 percent of the world's remaining forest is the distance of a football field -- or about 100 meters -- away from a forest edge. Seventy percent of forest lands are within a half-mile of a forest edge. That means almost no forest can really be considered wilderness."
Wow--It's been over a year since anybody posted here. I don't fish, but I love to hike. I usually walk 5-10 miles a day. I count that as "hiking".
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