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KickingTiresToday, our friends at PickupTrucks.com put the 4X4 Toyota Tacoma T|X Pro through its paces in Southern California???s Red Rock Canyon State Park, surrounded by beautifully colored red rock cliffs. Mike found the truck to have excellent bottom-end and...
With Memorial Day weekend upon us, more and more people will be heading into the great outdoors to enjoy warmer weather and sunshine, and to get away from it all. Please remember to leave wildlife alone. On Monday, the Pennsylvania Game Commission...
I once believed that the best view of Connecticut's beaches was from the rearview mirror on the way to Cape Cod. That's not meant to be an insult (my wife calls me a Cape Cod snob), I just enjoy pristine ocean beaches with only sand dunes in the...
The Hartford CourantBy PETER MARTEKA,firstname.lastname@example.org With Memorial Day – the unofficial start of summer - finally upon us after an Ice Age-like winter and a soggy, cloudy spring, Long Island Sound may be the hot destination this weekend. But with water...
With the Memorial Day weekend upon us, many families annually head to state parks to get their picnic and swim on. Beltzville State Park issued a press release earlier this week regarding visitor safety and parking. Parking is not permitted on Pohopoco...
Back in 1961, a developer wanted to turn an ancient shoreline farm into a housing development with 425 duplex units for the Coast Guard, which was stationed at Avery Point in Groton. Residents banded together, fought the proposal and raised money to...
I'm pretty sure I just made my first trip to Silver Springs, the iconic old-school tourist attraction in Ocala. I know that my parents used to take me along to family vacations to Ocala when I was a youngster. I have old snapshots of pretend gunfights...
The Hartford CourantMany towns and cities have turned their backs on the Connecticut River since early in the 20th century, so New England's longest waterway often flows unnoticed through our state. But if you search it out, you'll find places like the Windsor Locks...
The Hartford CourantAn old, broken iron gate leans against a stone pillar and a barely discernable carriage road snakes up through the woods along the spine of a traprock ridge. Near the top of the ridge, a fieldstone and brick chimney rises into the deep blue winter sky,...
The Hartford CourantI spent much of my youth exploring the wilds of East Hampton's Hurd State Park. I tossed stones down the seemingly bottomless chasm of Split Rock, listening for their landings. We picnicked in a glade above Carlson Pond, scaled White Mountain and walked...
National Fishing and Safe Boating Week is June 1-9, just a week after the Memorial Day Weekend signals the unofficial start to boating season. The Boat Ed organization is urging people to make sure to take a safe boating course before heading out on...
Sometimes you just need a week to recharge your batteries. And then you wonder why you did. Plenty of news hit the outdoor scene last week, led by the announcement that the National Rifle Association is taking over the outdoors show in Harrisburg for...
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