The People Still Searching for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure

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The People Still Searching for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure
As she has for eight years, this search season, Cynthia Meachum headed into the woods of Yellowstone National Park to look for the place Santa Fe art dealer Forrest Fenn hid a bronze chest full of gold and jewels over a decade ago. The thing is, by most accounts, the treasure is gone. “We had such a...

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Two Simple Rules for Progressing at Anything

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Two Simple Rules for Progressing at Anything

To make long-term improvement in anything—from running to writing to eating to gardening—you need to do it consistently. But you shouldn’t beat yourself up, at least not too badly, when you don’t. It’s simple, but not easy.

Rule #1: Do the Thing

This is self-explanatory. If you don’t regularly run, ...

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Preserving fish stocks to help save fishermen’s lives

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www.euronews.com/green/202… Fishing and offshore aquaculture are some of the riskiest jobs in Europe. According to the European Maritime Safety Agency’s data, a total of 173 lives were lost between 2014 and 2019 in 89 fishing vessel accidents. More than half of the incidents occur on t...

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Minister of Transport releases statement launching public consultation to improve the safety culture within Canada’s railway industry Français

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www.newswire.ca/news-rele… OTTAWA, ON, July 20, 2021 /CNW/ - The Minister of Transport, the Honourable Omar Alghabra, issued this statement regarding Transport Canada’s latest efforts to improve the safety culture of Canada’s rail industry: “The Government of Canada is com...

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Analysts Explain Eight Years of Zero Commercial Airlines’ Accident in Nigeria

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www.thisdaylive.com/index.php… He, however, added: “When it comes to safety matters you credit it to NCAA and AIB-N. NCAA has oversight responsibility and AIB-N investigates serious incidents and accidents and makes recommendation to NCAA, which implements those recommendations. So, possible...

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Field Tested: Metolius Anchor ‘Draws, the “Dad Draws” to End all Dad Draws

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Field Tested: Metolius Anchor ‘Draws, the “Dad Draws” to End all Dad Draws
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Back in the day we’d make “dad draws”—quickdraws with lockers on either end. We used these for toproping sport routes or for first bolts with tough moves over ...

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How to Watch the Tokyo Summer Games

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How to Watch the Tokyo Summer Games
Even in an average Olympic year, the Games are almost always preceded by their fair share of fanfare, controversy, political posturing, and inspiring moments. Following the global theme of the last year and a half, this summer’s Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, have already been anything but average. ...

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What You Need to Know About Climbing in the Olympics

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What You Need to Know About Climbing in the Olympics
On August 3, 2016, the International Olympic Committee announced that climbing would be included as a medal sport in the 2020 Summer Olympics. Exactly five years, dozens of qualifying competitions, and one global pandemic later, 20 men and 20 women from around the world will compete for gold at the ...

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Pathway to Progress: How to Invest in Food Safety Technology when Future Is Uncertain

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foodsafetytech.com/column/pa… Operators are facing a number of challenges while trying to regain their footing as COVID restrictions wind down. However, there are ways you can still invest in food safety technology, even while profits are recovering. Let’s look at what roadblocks are potenti...

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How the Effects of Historically Racist Laws Are Still Keeping BIPOC From the Outdoors

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How the Effects of Historically Racist Laws Are Still Keeping BIPOC From the Outdoors
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“When I was growing up, you did not go to Stone Mountain or places outside of the metro area like Forsythe county,” says my Aunt Mel, who grew up in Atlanta. “Th...

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The Ski-Pole Toilet Plunger You Didn’t Know You Needed

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The Ski-Pole Toilet Plunger You Didn’t Know You Needed
I’ve fought hard to keep my living spaces free of ski gear (and bikes, and fishing equipment). It’s a battle that I’ve waged for some 20 years, ever since I moved to a ski town where shoebox-sized apartments command $1800 in rent and living rooms double as gear sheds. Then I stumbled upon a toilet p...

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A Closer Look at the PR Feud Between Liberty Oilfield and The North Face

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A Closer Look at the PR Feud Between Liberty Oilfield and The North Face
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Colorado native Chris Wright is an outdoor enthusiast who believes in buying premium apparel and equipment for his adventures near and far. He’s ...

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The Ultimate New River Gorge National Park Travel Guide

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The Ultimate New River Gorge National Park Travel Guide
I didn’t think my kids would do it. I thought they’d get to the edge of the cliff, harness and helmet on, take a peek over the edge of a 1,000-foot-deep gorge, and back out of their first rappel. They were both only ten at the time; I wouldn’t have blamed them. So it was surreal for me to watch ...

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