A computer model finds that few would wait long or pay much for a ride—though sometimes they'd have to share it
By Mark Kenyon It seems that winter has officially arrived for much of the country and with it comes a change in my way of life too. The all day sits in the fall woods are now gone, soon to be replaced by frigid, snowy evening sits on food sources, with hopes of a late […]
We like grayling.. And we love fishing mouse patterns.. So naturally, we thought this photo from Alaska West was pretty darn cool. More Related Awesomeness How Often to Trout and Grayling Eat Mice? 19 Reasons to Fish a Mouse Fly Mousing for Trout – Try a Strip Set!
Another book that I am sure you have seen floating around. Entrelec2. 85 new stitch patterns. ( New. That always amazes me.) With 25 original designs. Rosemary Drysdale teaches in an easy to follow way with photos helping you with each technique. Show More Summary
This weekend, take a chance and do something bold. Momof2! decided her stained white kitchen countertops had to go, so she painted them, and look how great they look now! What a really great low-cost way to make a big change. What are you waiting for? Go for it!
Great Britain boasts a host of things to see and do. Plenty of those places are right in the heart of London. However the hustle and bustle of a city isn’t for everyone, so what’s a visitor to do? Camping is the answer if you’re over the city life. Show More Summary
I will admit that I am 100% into the holiday season. I have been listening to Christmas music, watching sappy Christmas movies and I can not wait to decorate my tree. Last year I started a new tradition with my two besties. I get three tree ornaments that are the same with just slight differences. […]
Autumn is here, and it’s time to warm up your home with the beautiful oranges and browns of fall. Here in the US, it’s almost Thanksgiving, so let’s look at some fall and Thanksgiving diy ideas to help celebrate the season. Turkey gobblers decorate these fun Thanksgiving “gobblets”, made from inexpensive wine glasses from The […]
Are you ready for Thankgiving? What are you cooking this year? I am just about ready, still lacking a dessert or two. I’m glad that bethntim shares her recipe for Pumpkin Roll with Maple Cream Cheese Filling with us. It is the perfect treat for a Thanksgiving dinner. All of the best fall flavors rolled […]
This weekend, dress up your walls with decorated letters. thankyoulocust shares her method for decoupaging unpainted wooden letters purchased from a craft store. Use these colorful letters to spell out a child’s name, spell out a word, or to hang your initials on the wall. What will you do with your letters?
I’ll soon be posting pictures of my Japanese maple, as its leaves are starting to redden. But for now the flowering maples, aka abutilons, are stealing the show. A few light freezes don’t slow them down. Cool weather is their time to shine. Show More Summary
When we say no politics here on TFB we mean that we guarantee when you come here, rather than be bombarded with political opinions or propaganda you will get nothing but firearm related information and the best media coverage we can provide. Show More Summary
Just returned from an amazing tour of Tulsa … wildlife rehabilitators, fabulous artists, even an NPR interview with Rich Fisher...
World Champion Magnus Carlsen leads challenger and former champion Viswanathan Anand 5-4 after nine games. The match is being played at the Olympic Media Center in Sochi, Russia. Yesterday's game 9 started with the variation of the Berlin Defense to the Spanish Opening that appeared in game 7. Show More Summary
Chess Daily News from Susan Polgar
Apex Tactical has released a forward-set flat-faced trigger to improve the performance of your M&P handgun. Depending on the chosen springs, the trigger can be set from 2-5 pounds. The trigger includes a passive carrot-style safety. APEX claims that the flat face trigger brings the feel much closer to the 1911 than typical curved triggers. Show More Summary
MagPul has released their new offset MBUS Prot iron sights. They are steel construction, QPQ “Melonite”” coated, and will interface with your picatinny rails. The set will retail for about $190 ($85 for the front, $105 for the rear)....Show More Summary
RIA is offering up for auction an example of the Walther KPK – a very rare, and very desirable handgun developed by Walther during World War II for vehicle crewmen. The KPK was based on the PPK, and is almost identical, save for an aluminum frame and shrouded hammer. Show More Summary