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Approaching Wadi Shab in Oman

3 days agoTravel / Air Travel : The Gate

Driving southeast on Highway 17 from the small town of Fins, I noticed that the craggy barren brown mountains to the west contrasted the brilliant aquamarine waters of the Gulf of Oman to the east; and there was little more than that...Show More Summary

Video Hatch: “Lost in Wise River”

4 days agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

In this short film, Aimee Savard and Chase Bartee revisit a childhood haunt and bring things full circle in their trip West, casting dry flies to mountain brook trout. Via Tight Loops.    

Gun of the Week: Tom Tobin’s Colt Model 1878 ‘Frontier’ Revolver

Even mountain men need a little beauty in their lives. Presentation Colt Model 1878 ‘Frontier’ Revolver,.45 Colt. Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody, WY, USA. Gifted by the Tobin Family in loving memory of John H. Tobin. So many have...Show More Summary

Martz wallops Williams in West Virginia

Former NABF junior heavyweight champ Daniel “The Mountain” Martz (14-2-1, 11 KOs) destroyed former IBF world title challenger Rubin “Mr. Hollywood” Williams (29-27-1, 16 KOs) by first round TKO Friday night at the Wheeling Isle Racetrack & Casino in Wheeling, … Continue reading ? The post Martz wallops Williams in West Virginia appeared first on Boxing News.

Dismissed Marshall forward eligible immediately at West Virginia

With Brandon Watkins undergoing major knee surgery in mid-May, this is an important addition for the Mountaineers.

When Every County in America Goes to Work

In Humboldt County, Nevada, over a third of the population leaves for work in the middle of the night. Central and Mountain Time Americans tend to hit the road between 7:30 and 8 am, while East and West Coasters are all over the place. By 10 am, America’s roads have fallen silent. Read more...

Bonefish from a Kayak – Check that Box

Mountain Khaki Ambassador Damon Bungard chases Key West bonefish from a kayak. LINK

Bucks sign first round pick Rashad Vaughn

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed their first round selection (17th overall) from the 2015 NBA Draft, Rashad Vaughn, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Vaughn, a 6-foot-6-inch guard out of UNLV, was named the Mountain West Conference’s Freshman of the Year, Honorable Mention All-League and Second Team NABC All-District 17 in 2014-15 after averaging a team-high [...]

Prettiest Drives in Montana

Montana is the fourth largest state in the U.S.A. and is home to a number of national parks and forests, making it a prime candidate for road trips. From the plains of the east to the Rocky Mountains in the west, Montana has no shortage of scenic drives, but here are some of the best. Prettiest Drives in Montana by Viator Travel Team from Viator Travel Blog

Tough San Diego State chases Mountain West title, Aztecs ranked No. 42

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2015-16 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team.

Tippets: Fishing Mountain Streams, Saturated Streams, Reintroductions in Yellowstone

2 weeks agoHobbies / Fishing : MidCurrent

In a recent post and video on The Orvis blog, Chris Franzen offers pro tips for how to find and fish small mountain streams. While too much water seems still never enough in the arid West, Colorado’s wet spring and … more ?

Rare Thundersnow Hits Blue Mountains On Saturday

A rare thundersnow event hit the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, Australia, over the weekend. Thundersnow is a natural phenomenon that occurs when snow falls during a thunderstorm instead of rain. “You get the bang and the rumble but...Show More Summary

How to Get Lost on the Ruggedly Beautiful Olympic Coast

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Kelly O Seattleites spend summer nights obsessively gazing west, watching as the sun works its way through a glowing, neon-colored sky to dip below the jagged edges of the Olympic Mountains. Well beyond those mountains is another world, Washington's Olympic Coast. Give yourself at least six hours to get there. Show More Summary

The Psychedelia of Santiago: South America’s Hotbed of Retro Rock

Föllakzoid, via Facebook Some cities have geography on their side. Santiago, Chile sits in a valley surrounded by the Andes Mountains while the Pacific Ocean lies just a stone's throw away to the west. It’s the kind of cityscape that...Show More Summary

Secretly Living Outside of Society

Back in 1993, Julian and Emma Orbach purchased a large piece of land in west Wales’ Preseli Mountains. Ultimately, the then-soon-to-be camouflaged area became home to more than twenty like-minded people, all of who wished to live outside of the confines of what passes for society. They...

VIDEO: Cup in 'touching distance' - Morgan

England forward Ben Morgan tells BBC Points West he has a "mountain to climb" if he is to win his battle with injury and make the World Cup squad but has his "climbing shoes on and is raring to go".

The Sawyer River Trail and Sawyer Pond Loop Hike – An Attempt at Least

The Sawyer River and Sawyer Pond Trails are in a low-lying area of the White Mountains bordered to the north by Mt Carrigan, to the west by Mt Huntington, to the south by the Sandwich Range and Wilderness, and to the east by Bear Mountain and the Moats. With the exception of a central high […]            

Why Brokeback Mountain's Producer Thinks It Lost Best Picture

At the 78th Academy Awards ceremony in 2006 a movie about two closeted gay cowboys and their complex relationship in the American West was at center stage. It was the first gay romance to hit the mainstream and grossed $178 million worldwide. Show More Summary

Sunday Open Thread: Building the Twin Peaks Tunnel

Produced for a real estate firm, the silent film shows the construction of the Twin Peaks Tunnel through the mountainous center of San Francisco and development of land on the west end of the tunnel.

Sand, Mountains and Storm Clouds on John Obey Beach, Sierra Leone

Camera NIKON D300S ISO 200 Focal Length 18mm Aperture f/3.5 Exposure Time 1/8000 During our visit to Sierra Leone on the G Adventures West Africa Trip, we spent a day on the beach. The waters off West Africa are very warm due to the currents and location along the equator. In fact once you round […]

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