Archive for March, 2008

 

Paddle Smart Symposium set for April 12 Eighth event has new site, time

By Jeff Strout on March 29, 2008, at 3:13 p.m.
This column was first published March 29, 2008   I know I’ve mentioned it before, but now the time’s close and I’ve got to fill you in on some of the finer points for the eighth annual Paddle Smart Safety Symposium on April 12. First off it’s free, as usual. …

Paddling shows sure sign spring has finally arrived

By Jeff Strout on March 22, 2008, at 3:09 p.m.
This column was first published March 22, 2008     Welcome to spring, or should I say “unlocking” as Kurt Vonnegut would have us call the months of March and April. Perhaps you saw Thursday’s editorial “They Call It Spring” in which the late author’s six-season “Vonnegut Variation”was outlined. Under …

New chair lightens load, easier to carry Lockback knife has one-hand capabilities

By Jeff Strout on March 15, 2008, at 3:07 p.m.
This column was first published March 15, 2008   It doesn’t matter what your choice of outdoor diversion is, there’s going to come a moment or two when you’re going to want to take a load off, a rest you might say. The older I get the more often that …

Spring events loom despite winter’s gloom

By Jeff Strout on March 03, 2008, at 3:05 p.m.
This column was first published on March 8, 2008     Officially and quite candidly, I’m sick of shoveling, snowblowing, scraping, raking, scooping, brushing, sweeping or otherwise moving snow. I heard someone say the other day there’d been 19 days when all of the above had to be done, sometimes …
 
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