Author's note: This column first appeared in the Clarion on Sept. 23, 1993. It has been edited slightly for brevity. - LP
One advantage of living outside a city is that you can hunt and shoot in your own backyard, right?
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - Sledding can be pleasant and pastoral, with big toboggans, snowy hills and rosy cheeks. And then there's skeleton sledding: belly down, head first on a sled the size of a throw rug, hard ice whooshing by your face.
Not many years ago, if you wanted razor clams, you simply drove to the beach. Clams were plentiful, the digging was easy, and getting a limit of 60 was a cinch. No more. When I went last summer, I found only one small clam.
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DENVER - All 400 tickets were sold within 12 hours for a one-day, roundtrip ski-train excursion from downtown Denver to Winter Park, according to spokesmen for the resort and Amtrak.
A consistently warmer than normal November and December, with scattered days and even nights above freezing, resulted in a mid-winter landscape exhibiting a dearth of snow and local rivers and streams open their entire courses.
According to WebMD, in 2014, new studies found that sitting for long hours is linked to worse mental health, a higher risk of death from heart disease and other causes, and a higher risk of being disabled.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Once upon a time, going for a hike was a simple activity.
Toss a few snacks, water and appropriate gear into a backpack, lace up your hiking boots, and you're ready to roll.
That all changes once you have children.