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THE NORTH FACE YAVAPAI BACKPACK ROSE RED uncomfortable motorcycle by RaeganIrwin Posted Tue 23 Oct 2012 10:50am This person did The North Face not want to take any emergency measures meant. No oxygen tank nape fixtures, no wound pressure cloth. The Stethoscope seems they are just decoration. But let North Face Jackets A little peace of mind a little, he could see the wound did not seem serious bleeding, just back, face and hands and severe pain. He lay mot ... Read on »
top hikes in California by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:20am Triple Blaze posted a list of the top 100 hikes in California. While not exactly the kind of serious hikes we are looking for, it’s still interesting. And the list will improve over time. It changes as readers vote. Their top 20 as of today: 1. Muir Woods Mill Valley, California 2. John Muir Trail Curry Village, Yosemite NP, Califo ... Read on »
Top 7 Backpack Remedies: Plant Allies for the Trail & Road by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 3:13pm My sweet friend, fellow herbalist, sister wild woman and student, Ananda Wilson, just did a lovely post over on her blog that’s inspired me to do something similar. I don’t have any cool little tincture wraps like she does, but I definitely have a set of my top 7 backpack remedies (that’s 6 tinctures plus a salve). I really did try to match Anan ... Read on »
hike Zillertal Rucksack Route, Austria by Rick McCharles Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:20am Listed by Backpacker magazine as one of the World’s Best (Unknown) Treks. It sounds great: … This 50-mile, nine-day loop has it all: glaciated 11,000-foot mountains, high alpine passes, deep valleys, waterfalls, gemsbok mountain antelopes, alpine roses, and martigon lilies. The well-marked route requires no technical expertise, but ... Read on »
The Wildest Rose: On Thorns, Tangles, Tenacity and Sweetness by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 26 Jul 2011 3:40pm This post is part of the July Wild Things Roundup, a great blogparty-type event created and hosted by my student Rebecca of Cauldrons & Crockpots and Butter of Hunger & Thirst focused on recipes and info about foraging wild foods. I always enjoy all the great posts they put together for each month but thus far hadn’t been able to make t ... Read on »
Santa Rosa Triathlon Re-Cap by Jenn Posted Tue 04 Oct 2011 9:46am Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened. -Dr. Seuss   the island destination Last weekend headed over to Santa Rosa Island for the last triathlon of the 2011 racing season. Santa Rosa Island is a small barrier island east of Pensacola and sits between The Gulf Of Mexico and Pensacola Bay. It is a beautiful ar ... Read on »
GCL states Veterans Conservation Crew Restore Trails at National Monument by Gcl P. Facebook Posted Fri 14 Feb 2014 10:44am San Francisco, CA, February 14, 2014 - This week, an all-veterans conservation crew began a four-week project to improve popular hiking trails in the Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument near Palm Springs, CA. Edison International awarded a $35,000 grant to the Conservation Lands Foundation for this effort. The 13-person crew ... Read on »
Plan a Trip to the Beautiful Channel Islands by Posted Fri 05 Jul 2013 1:00pm Summer is a great time to take advantage of our national parks and monuments. Many offer free or low-cost admissions and programs perfect for families. So this summer we will be featuring one of our country’s public lands every week and highlighting things you and your family can do there. Image description: One of the many ... Read on »
Hiking the Amazon Jungle by Suzanne B Posted Wed 21 Aug 2013 11:27am I spent this past weekend hiking the Amazon jungle. Obviously, not all of it, but for 3 days, I did quite a bit. Well, I say "hiking", but there was climbing, zip lining, hiking, riding in boats, and more.  The pictures are so many that i cannot share it all with you, but I will show you a few. I walked soooo much over the course of 3 ... Read on »
Health Insurance Rate Hikes For Most Pretty Much All Look Like Double Digits – Employer Provided Insurance by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 May 2010 6:57am Aetna and Blue Shield are each increasing premiums 18% on average this year, but some  Aetna customers who renew policies this summer will see increases of as much as 23%.  Kaiser Permanente is raising rates 12% on average. Health Net Inc. said its customers would see "low double-digit rate increases."  No word yet from UnitedHealthcare on thei ... Read on »