THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Fitch's Bridge coming down
Groton, Mass. (USA)
A few months ago, this bridge was featured in an article on the massacre of historic bridges in the United States, which had caused alarm to many who were attached to them and t... Posted on 4/18/13 at 7:34 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Valleys are Beautiful
On day two of my time atVillage Creek, I made my way toBeaver Creek Valley State Parkabout 50 miles northwest of the camp outside of Caledonia, MN. What a gem of a state park! I had read about their 6... Posted on 8/4/11 at 7:35 AM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN Proof my generation will never grow up
I can still recall those early Macs in elementary school and the giant floppy discs that were the size of an iPad or net book.
Id remember playing Oregon Trail at school and when I got home watchin... Posted on 1/27/11 at 1:10 PM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Early antlerless deer season this weekend on North Shore
An early antlerless deer season will be held this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 23-24, in two permit areas along the North Shore. The areas are 182, which surrounds Duluth, and area 180, which stretches... Posted on 10/18/10 at 12:28 PM
The Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring a trail run on Aug. 18 and a mountain bike race Aug. 19, both at the Pipestem Creek Trail located next to the Pipestem Dam (four miles north of Jamestown off off U.S. Highway 281).
The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation is sponsoring its fifth annul Badlands Trail Run at 9:30 a.m. MDT on Aug. 28. The event is a 10K run, 5K run or 5K walk. Portions of the trail are along the nationally acclaimed Maah Daah Hey Trail.
MAAH DAAH HEY TRAIL, N.D. (AP) — Rufus the mule and his fellow four-legged government workers withstood days of sweltering heat and hauled tons of rocks and dirt over onerous terrain in North Dakota’s badlands with nary a protesting bray.
A group of people from Idaho, Montana and Wyoming is retracing Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer’s path from Fort Abraham Lincoln in North Dakota to the site of the Battle of the Little Bighorn in Montana.
The money’s been in place for a couple of years, and now, after various delays, construction is under way to install three key bridges along the Agassiz Recreational Trail system in northwestern Minnesota.
By Brad Dokken , Forum Communications Co.
, December 23, 2009
This area offers something for birders that no other place in North Dakota has: a signed birding trail.
Nearly 60 signs direct birders throughout paved and gravel roads which turn into prairie trails, totaling nearly 60 miles, said Chris Wingire, president of the Chase Lake Wildlife Foundation, the group that operates the trail.
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