Welcome to the September 1, 2009 edition of an outdoorsy carnival. You read the title correctly, this is the last issue. I decided that it's too time consuming to sort through the spam, particularly after 20+ spam submissions by the same person this month. It's been great, especially reading my "regulars," and I figured now that summer is almost over it's a good time to step out. There was one post I had to exclude because it was a dead link, I searched the blog but couldn't find the article, though it seemed like an interesting article on the White Mountains in New Hampshire, so I apologize!
Gregory E. Rouse presents If you’re lost in the outdoors - Part 3 (Night Travel) posted at Wilderness-Survival-Skills Blog, saying, "So if you don’t have a compass, how do you figure out direction of travel during the nighttime? Here’s 4 different methods for you to try:"
Tiffany Herr presents Gardening without Prejudice « It All Means Something posted at It All Means Something.
Mikkal Travvis presents Fascism On The Farm: H.R. 2749 - The Food Safety Enhancement Act of 2009 posted at The Truth
presents Mulch Types Explained Advantages and Disadvantages posted at Home Life Weekly, saying, "If you’re one who says mulch is just mulch, no matter what type of mulch you lay on the ground. Discover the many many types of mulch in this article"
Kate Hopkins presents 100 Excellent Open Courses on Green Technology, Development, and Design posted at Online Schools.
In the Woods
Gregory E. Rouse presents Eagle Cap Wilderness posted at Wilderness-Trails Blog, saying, "The Eagle Cap Wilderness lies in the heart of the Wallowa Mountains in Northeastern Oregon on the Wallowa -Whitman National Forest. It was the summer home to the Joseph Band of the Nez Perce tribe and was used as hunting grounds for bighorn sheep, deer and to gather huckleberries."
Marjorie Morgan presents Discovery Trekking Towel posted at GO! Girls Outdoors, saying, "a humorous review of a great little towel, extensively tested in the Tasmanian wilderness - never put up with a stinky, small and damp towel again."
Hiking Lady presents Hiking Lady Tip of the Week: Hydration Waistpacks posted at Hiking Lady, saying, "One thing we all must have on hikes or trail runs are hydration waistpacks! It is the best way I've found to make sure I have enough water to drink on the trail."
Paul Van Lierop presents Dutch Oven Loving: 2 Mega Easy Recipes for Frugal Camp Cooking posted at FiscalGeek, saying, "A beginners guide to dutch oven cooking in the great outdoors."
Greg Laden presents Thinking skeptically about loons : Greg Laden's Blog posted at Greg Laden's Blog.
Gregory E. Rouse presents Matterhorn Peak posted at Climbing Routes Blog, saying, "A group of northern peaks that exceed 12,000ft in elevation; the Sawtooth's are often considered the beginning of the "High Sierra". The largest of the peaks in this range is called Matterhorn Peak (12,279ft)."
Bryan R. presents Featured Mountain Bike Articles : Mountain Racing Bike Blog posted at Mountain Racing Bike Blog.
Katy Unitek presents Developing Flexible Skill Sets with Solar Training - Boots on the Roof posted at Boots On The Roof
Sam presents Hiking the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff Arizona. Surfer Sam. posted at Surfer Sam and Friends
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