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  • December 29, 2016If We Lived Five Hundred Years

    If We Lived Five Hundred Years

    Some might say I have lived fast and hard. And now that I am in my 60s, with the way I feel sometimes, I might agree. Groucho Marx once..

  • December 29, 2016Removing Plants That Don’t Belong

    Removing Plants That Don’t Belong

    I am proud of my crusade against the invasive honeysuckle bush species. I have pulled, cut and poisoned hundreds of the plants around my..

  • December 29, 2016Tips, Tricks and Thoughts for the Great Outdoors

    Tips, Tricks and Thoughts for the Great Outdoors

    A Fire for New Year’s Day By LARRY WHITELEY On January 1, every year, I get up early and head outside to build a campfire in the fire..

  • December 29, 2016Rediscovering the Hope of America

    Rediscovering the Hope of America

    By CHARLIE SLOVENSKY The essence of the American experience was encapsulated in the Lewis and Clark Expedition, more aptly dubbed the Corps..

  • December 29, 2016A Stand Against  Under Armour

    A Stand Against Under Armour

    By TYLER MAHONEY Mahoney Outdoors The Controversy – Hunters are constantly under fire these days because of the social media era we live..

  • December 29, 2016Big Bass Bash Draws a Big Crowd

    Big Bass Bash Draws a Big Crowd

    Photos and Text By BRENT FRAZEE Maybe the words of Kayden Patterson, 9, best described the fever created by the chase to catch a bass worth..

  • December 29, 2016Fit to Hunt Offers Physical Training

    Fit to Hunt Offers Physical Training

    By JOHN MEACHAM To help the outdoorsman perform better in the outdoors – that’s the mission statement of Fit to Hunt, a St. Louis-based..

  • December 29, 2016The Gravel Bar Gourmet

    The Gravel Bar Gourmet

    Cool-Weather Cooking – Outside Photo and Text By BILL COOPER Cool weather camping on our Ozark streams is one of my favorite activities..

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