MADISON, Wis. (December 22, 2016) – Wisconsin’s northwoods hold a few advantages when it comes to cross-country skiing. First, winter has staying power here. The snows come early and often don’t know when to quit – of course, for winter warriors, that’s one of our more endearing qualities. Secondly, the vast majority of the state’s northwoods is protected land, including county, state and national forests, leaving hundreds of thousands of acres pristine and perfect for exploring. Continue reading Cross-Country Skiing Wisconsin’s Northwoods – Six Spots For Frozen Fun
Thanksgiving has come and gone. As usual the four day weekend flew by.
Continue reading Thoughts on Thanksgiving 2016
This list could really apply to male or new hunters as well. But as a woman there have been several things I’ve learned over the years and my first Do It Yourself Solo hunt changed me forever. There’s nothing wrong with hunting in a group or with another person, I thoroughly enjoy those experiences as well. However, I believe there are a few undeniable reasons hunters should take their game to the next level and experience the overwhelming sense of “I can” after a solo hunt. Continue reading 10 Reasons Women Should Try a DIY Solo Hunt
“INFOGRAPHIC – 21 Basic Wilderness Survival Skills That Might Save Your Life”
Involving in outdoor activities (hunting, camping, hiking, etc) can be really challenging and at times, dangerous. Situations are constantly changing and it’s important for you to be fully prepared before attempting any outdoor activities (for safety purposes).
Today, I would like to share an infographic that covers 21 basic wilderness survival skills that you should know. If you are lacking of any of these skills, maybe it’s about time for you to consider practicing them before it’s too late. Continue reading INFOGRAPHIC – 21 Basic Wilderness Survival Skills That Might Save Your Life
Just this week our fearless leader, publisher, and editor CarrieZ did a great post about winter eagle watching opportunities in Kentucky. But eagles aren’t the only outstanding bird watching opportunity during the winter months in Kentucky.
While Carrie was writing about the eagles, I was attending a sneak peek tour that was designed to give me the same experience that attendees of the upcoming Sandhill Crane Nature Watch Weekend at Barren River State Resort Park will enjoy.
Continue reading Kentucky Sandhill Cranes – Winter Wildlife Watching at Its Finest