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Outdoor Junkie BLOG March 03, 2009

By Ann Driggers

By Ann Driggers | Feb. 26 6:15 p.m. There is always something slightly surreal about starting the day surrounded by red rock canyons, and then recreating in nearby snowy mountains for the remainder. But that is part of the reason why I feel ...


OUT: Sunday Column March 01, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

What a week for sportsmen. One of our favorite fishing spots was put on the “don’t eat the fish” list, a cow elk was seen wearing a bar stool just in time for Mardi Gras and the latest but probably not the last Yellowstone ...


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OUTside Connection February 25, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Birds of a feather … OK, you didn’t read it here first, but until you’ve seen large (and I’m talking large) gatherings of birds you never quite grasp how true the old saw can be. A midwinter float through Walter ...


OUT: Sunday Column February 22, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

When House Bill 1298 sailed through the state Legislature by a unanimous vote way back in 2007, it was hailed as an avenue to lend a voice to wildlife, wildlife habitat and the long-term economies derived from wildlife resources being impacted ...


Take advantage of less-crowded Lunch Loop

By Bill Haggerty

As I left the doctor’s office the other day, sporting two beautiful pre-cancerous burn spots along my rapidly receding hairline, I knew hiking in the sun was probably not in the picture for that day. I still needed a hiking column, ...


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OUT: PLAYING HOOKY IN SAN RAFAEL SWELL

By Bill Haggerty

“How was your hike?” asked Tamarie Smith, vet tech extraordinaire at Amigo Animal Clinic. One of her bosses, Dr. Brian Wiseman, and I trekked into the San Rafael Swell the other day — in the middle of the week — while ...


OUT: Outside Connection February 11, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

There are trout, and then there are Gunnison River rainbow trout. A bit rare in the past 15 years or so due to the effects of whirling disease, the much-loved and sorely missed Gunnison River rainbows apparently are making a comeback thanks ...


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OUT: Revelation Bowl a experience to remember at Telluride

By Dave Buchanan

TELLURIDE — There’s a Revelation to experience at Telluride and you can ride a chair lift to enjoy it Telluride Ski Resort, known for its breath-taking scenery, again set itself apart from the ordinary this winter when it opened ...


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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes February 07, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

OK. This is NOT a joke. There’s now a directional sign at the parking area for the Fisher Towers Trail that points to the “Photo Area” ahead and the “Trail” to the right. The Bureau of Land Management had to ...


OUT: OutSide Connection FEbruary 04, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Bird’s-eye view. Eagle eye. Watching you like a hawk. You get the idea; we’re never far from our largest feathered friends. This Saturday the Black Canyon and Grand Valley chapters of the Audubon Society offers two (or more) ...


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