If your dog just up and disappeared—say, through an unlocked gate or an open door—do you know all the different steps you should take to make sure you find your best friend as quickly as possible. Writing on the Huffington Post, animal-shelter worker and canine-behavior specialist Nicole Wilde offers a list of. . .
The University of Michigan Solar Car Team knows a thing or two about clean energy and innovative technology. With an impressive seven National Championships under their belt, . . .
I’ve watched even experienced trout anglers become frustrated, angry, and even embarrassed on bonefishing trips because they weren’t ready for the wind, difficult fish spotting, and unfamiliar directions given by a guide. Just a little preparation will make your. . .
A report in the New York Times describes a brewing battle in San Francisco over where dogs are allowed off-leash in the Golden Gate National Recreational Area: . . .
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Apparently, these are the outtake scenes from a video of a trip to Cuba by the folks at The Fly Fishing Nation. These are some pretty damned good scenes to end up on the cutting room floor. I’m glad that they decided to scoop them up and edit them together.
When a 4-year-old Dachshund named Precious fell down a groundhog hole outside her home in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, local volunteer firefighters responded with dedication. . .and lots of hard work. They worked for more than two hours, digging out behind a retaining wall, to free the. . .