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As outdoors activities go, this would be his last kick at the can for the foreseeable future. Chemotherapy was complete, but a stem cell transplant – an equally arduous step on his journey to recovery – awaited.
The third edition of "Rock Climbing Minnesota" details more than 1,100 routes and includes more voices in each description and more photos of women, people of color and LGBTQ climbers.
"America Outdoors" with Baratunde Thurston airs Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Kay and Greg Libby spent two summers circling the eastern half of the U.S. on their boat, Superior Passage.

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It wasn’t their first choice for a shore-fishing spot, but someone already was set up near the confluence of the Red and Red Lake rivers where they’d braved the heat to fish the previous evening.
The weather throughout her journey has been a struggle, Madison Williams says, including seven tornado watches – one of which escalated into a warning – “tons” of thunderstorms, a week of excessive heat and high winds.
Karen McTavish, 56, wasn’t a truly serious angler until, during the COVID-inspired rush to get outdoors in 2020, she bought a pedal-powered kayak.
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Wondering if there was anything Key West could do to help people at the Angle, Paul Menta came up with the idea of a fundraiser to benefit kids in both communities.
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Like everything else in the past two years, our trip to Headwaters Lake didn’t go as scheduled. There were times, during the darkest days of the pandemic, when I wondered if the trip would ever happen.
Brats and beans? Not when this pair is in the kitchen. No wonder we never made it out fishing after evening meals; we were too stuffed to move.

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In 2021, there were modest declines in license sales for both hunting and fishing after a pandemic-driven surge in 2020.
Ariel Bonkoski teaches beginners how to identify wild edibles as foraging popularity grows.
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They’ve paddled about 300 miles since launching at Lake Traverse and had “just a little over 100 miles to go” when they hit the river Thursday morning.

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