The unhappy summer tale of a brief summer pants

July 8, 2017 / 0 comments

With my niece, in shorts we can tolerate(Photo: Bill Ervolino) I’m not crazy about summer photos of myself, though there are dual we can live with. In a first, taken in 1983, we am fibbing on a beach in Puerto Rico. I’m wearing a black Speedo, import 140 pounds and have a 29-inch waist. (And…

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Derek Gentile: Cargo pants bail me out of trouble

July 8, 2017 / 0 comments

GREAT BARRINGTON — we was recently during a semiformal event, that meant we wore my fit coat, a good shirt and tie, and my load pants. Most people who know me know since we wear load pants, yet there are times when we get these stares, as in, “Dude, good tie, yet we demeanour like…

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Health Matters: Avoiding a tip hiking injuries

July 7, 2017 / 0 comments

We are propitious to live in New England, since we don’t have to go really distant to find a good place to hike. Even right on a sanatorium campus, we can suffer good trails, partial of a Bennington Area Trail System (batsvt.org). For a untroubled hiking experience, travel with friends or on trails we know…

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The Lady and The Panther

July 6, 2017 / 0 comments

How wildlife biologist Deborah Jansen has upheld a quip of a panther in Florida over a final 30 years. Deborah Jansen in 1981 and 2012 Chris Belden / Ralph Arwood   She spots them from her roost atop a rumbling engulf buggy. Panther tracks. A new sleet showering had combined a ideal murky middle for…

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Acres of Sunflowers Expected to Bloom Off River Road in Poolesville Later This Month

July 5, 2017 / 0 comments

Looking for a splendid spot? Grab your camera and conduct to McKee Beshers Wildlife Management Area off River Road in Montgomery County after this month. That’s where 30 acres of sunflowers have been planted in 9 opposite fields, and they are approaching to freshness in only a integrate of weeks. “The sunflowers should be in full…

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Tennessee Valley sees swell in ticks, other bugs after warmer, wetter winter and spring

July 5, 2017 / 0 comments

How to mislay a tick › Use fine-tipped tweezers to grasp a parasite as tighten to a skin’s aspect as possible. › Pull ceiling with steady, even pressure. Don’t turn or jerk a tick; this can means a mouth-parts to mangle off and sojourn in a skin. If this happens, mislay a mouth-parts with tweezers. If we…

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Jul a month of stewardship, seismic stories, Hawaiian voices and dance

July 4, 2017 / 0 comments

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park continues a tradition of pity Hawaiian enlightenment and After Dark in a Park programs with a open any month via 2017. In addition, a village is invited to lend a palm to save internal sleet timberland by a park’s Stewardship during a Summit proffer program. After Dark, Stewardship and Hawaiian informative…

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The male who went on a travel – and never stopped walking

July 3, 2017 / 0 comments

In his 61st year on this earth, a male who calls himself Nimblewill Nomad left home and walked a really prolonged approach by a plateau – about 10 million steps, he estimates, or 4,400 miles. Then, he took another, even longer walk. And afterwards another one. And afterwards another. Soon, he had given divided roughly…

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Holiday travel designed during Rockville Trails Preserve

July 2, 2017 / 0 comments

Join Solano Land Trust docents for a giveaway guided travel during Rockville Trails Preserve in Fairfield on Monday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Participants can design an middle to eager pace, hiking 4 to 5 miles adult and down rugged, high and sleazy hills by a oaks and grassland. Hikers will take a few…

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Tips for taming ticks

July 1, 2017 / 0 comments

Throughout a summer and fall, many families can be found hiking and camping along rivers, bluffs and woods. A common regard for these outside enthusiasts is parasite bites. Numerous locations in a United States are home to a series of parasite species, with a best famous being a deer tick. “Deer ticks can broadcast Lyme…

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