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Thursday, July 8,2010

Climbing etiquette

By Chuck Myers
All climbers should follow “Leave No Trace” principles, plus any rules specific to an area. In addition, climbers should consider the following climbing ethics before tackling a sheer face for rock climbing or heading out for some serious mountaineering:.
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Thursday, July 1,2010

Pick a good jogging stroller

By Chuck Myers
As with conventional strollers, jogging strollers come in a variety of models with different weight requirements and wheel sizes. In addition, parents should wait until a child is 6 to 8 weeks old before using a jogging stroller..
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Thursday, June 24,2010

Stay alert for flash flood risk

By Chuck Myers
Flash floods occur when excessive water rapidly fills dry creeks or riverbeds. A creek only six inches deep in mountainous areas can swell to a 10-foot deep raging river in less than an hour by a thunderstorm packing intense rainfall.
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Thursday, April 15,2010

House of stone and light

By Chuck Myers
The altitude, dry conditions and intense inner canyon heat can test even the best-conditioned and heartiest souls.
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Thursday, March 25,2010

Is it time to replace your exercise shoes?

By Chuck Myers
Most running and walking shoes can typically last up to 500 miles. But how, where and how much the shoes get used can shorten their useful time. Running on pavement, for instance, can lead to quicker wear and tear of shoes than running on a dirt track or hiking on trail.
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