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Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Sabrina Johnston 
 
 Article Title :: Bird Watching Trips - India A Bird Watchers Paradise!
 
Of the 8650 species of birds (migratory and originating species) in the world, India is home to as many as 1200 (roughly 14%), out of which 141 are endemic to this region.While the number of birds is huge and enough to satisfy any bird watcher, it is the amount of rare birds to see that makes India such an exciting destination for a bird watching trip.India is also a country that takes eco tourism seriously and provides a number of protected wildlife sanctuaries, that are secluded and perfect for bird watching.bird watching trips and a variety of stunning scenery and wildlifeIndia is such a diverse country in terms of its geography which ranges from the mighty  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Sabrina Johnston 
 
 Article Title :: Fishing Holidays - India Has World Class Fishing and Much More!
 
Fishing holidays in India offer excitement, great variety and stunning scenery all combined to give you a fishing holiday you will never forget.The waters of the ravishing rivers of The Indian sub-continent are fantastic locations for angling, with the opportunity to fish for the hardest fighting fresh water fish on earth!A fishing holiday in India is guaranteed to give the adventerous angler the challange they are looking forThe beautiful settings range from the majestic Himalayan valleys, snow-fed streams at high altitude, to the wide coastal stretches of the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal, which offer huge challenges and fun for anglers.The hardest fighti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Steven Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Survival Skills
 
Survival skills just for backpacking? Why not? For ultralight backpackers like myself, skills replace gear, and therefore weight. If you spend any time in the wilderness, it also just feels good to know you can deal with whatever comes up.Survival means staying warm and dry, hydrated, uninjured, and finding your way out of the wilderness. Of course, eating is nice too, but not crucial if the situation is just for a few days. Here are some survival skills you can learn easily.Easy Survival Skills1. Put dried moss or milkweed fuzz in your pocket as you walk, so you'll have dry tinder to start a fire, just in case it's raining later. Cattail fuzz works well too, a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Steven Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Florida Camping
 
Florida camping can be expensive. My wifa Ana and I paid $23 to camp in our conversion van one night. Of course, it was at a beautiful state park on the beach, and in the morning we saw a dolphin swimming near shore.Florida camping can be inexpensive too. While at the beach, we heard we could camp for free at the isolated campgrounds which dotted the Apalachicola National Forest. Naturally, our frugality sent us into alligator country.We camped two nights in the dark woods, next to the dark waters of a slow river. There was was an old guy who seemed to be living there, and a young couple with their two-year-old daughter. Lester was from England, Kari from Texas, and Indya wa  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Steven Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Making Clothes For Backpacking
 
Making clothes? If you enjoy backpacking AND sewing, go for it. As for myself, I started buying gear again after the first hundred tedious hours of sewing . Then I discovered that there are some backpacking clothes you can make cheaply and quickly.Making Hand WarmersStick your hands inside a pair of socks and mark where your fingertips and thumb-tip are, using a pen or marker. Then cut holes where the marks are. You now have hand warmers that leave your fingers free. Mine weigh about an ounce, but this depends on the socks that you use. You can use these under other gloves or mittens in colder weather, and when you remove your mittens to tie your shoes, you won't tota  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Derek Miller 
 
 Article Title :: Mount St. Helens is a National Monument
 
In December 2005, Manaro, the volcano in the Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu showed signs it was about to erupt. Smoke and ashes shot up from the crater and many of the population fled their homes. In point of fact the volcano did not erupt. However, as the old year came to an end and we entered a new one, news flashed around the world that the South Pacific had experienced a large earthquake. Could there, I wonder, be a connection?Mount St. Helens, located in the Washington State in the Pacific Northwest, also a volcano, erupted in May 1980. The eruption is attributed to an earthquake measuring 5.1 on the Richter scale. Certainly, this was not the first time this mountain had o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Williams, Maria 
 
 Article Title :: Vacation in Leeds - A City Guide
 
Leeds is a city in the metropolitan borough of the City of Leeds in West Yorkshire in the north of England. The River Aire runs through the city. In 1974 the former county borough of Leeds was merged with the towns of Wetherby, Morley, Otley, Pudsey, and other surrounding areas to form a metropolitan borough — the city status of the county borough being conferred on the new metropolitan borough. History Leeds was an agricultural market town in the middle ages, and received its first charter in 1207. In the Tudor period Leeds was mainly a merchant town manufacturing woollen cloths and trading with Europe via the Humber estuary. At one point nearly hal  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Williams, Maria 
 
 Article Title :: Vacation in Liverpool - A City Guide
 
Introduction Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in the North West of England. Liverpool is one of England's core cities, situated along the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary, with the city centre located about 5 miles inland from the Irish Sea. Liverpool has a varied topography being built across a ridge of hills rising up to a height of around 70 metres above sea-level at Everton Hill. History In 1190 the place was known as 'Liuerpul', meaning a pool or creek with muddy water. Other origins of the name have been suggested, including 'elverpool', a reference to the large number of eels in the Mersey. The origins of the city  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Peter Brusaschi 
 
 Article Title :: Live Underground Like A Bandicoot? You Have To Be Joking!
 
You mean underground? Like a Rabbit? Or a Snake? Or a Bandicoot?Until I visited Coober Pedy and White Cliffs in South Australia, I really thought that these poor people who live underground were just the human leftovers of disappointed miners who ran out of money and enthusiasm to dig for opal in these hot dusty outback towns. The only alternative was to live in the holes they dug.How wrong can you be? That opinion was dramatically altered after my experience staying in a 5 star quality dugout motel at White Cliffs, a few hundred miles off the beaten track not far from the famous ‘silver city,'Broken Hill.There’s something eerie about lowering yourself into th  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Steven Gillman 
 
 Article Title :: Van Camping
 
Why van camping? It certainly doesn't give you the luxury of life in an RV, but then you don't have the discomfort of sleeping in a tent, either. It's cheap compared to an RV, and you can go places they cannot. That's why we spent more than 25 nights sleeping in our conversion van last year.Van Camping 101You need a system of organization to keep your space inside the van livable. We noticed after our first long trip that we had brought many things we never used. We learned to be more efficient after that. We also learned how to keep the space open, by using plastic storage tubs. Not only do they stack well, but if you need more room at night, you can put them on the   (read full article)
 
 
 
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