1000 and 1 things you can do outdoors: First, write. – The Outdoor Women

Today many people seem to think (or rather act as if) you could not do anything outdoors, as if all recreational activity, interesting, leisure...

1000 and 1 things you can do outdoors, second, to look pass free rabbits and hares – The Outdoor Women

Once I was in an outdoor outlet to an ornithological association was organized to observe waterfowl in Caceres, Castilla la Mancha, Madrid, and a...

1000 and 1 things you can do outdoors: third, rest of the politicians. – The Outdoor Women

If you plan ahead, you can get to an outdoor outlet in which politicians do not bother even once their electoral projects tasteless. Here...

Bear sniffed the box – The Outdoor Women

The bear sniffed the box (I never said it was air tight) and pondered for amoment…then with a swipe of it’s paw hit the...

Fellow traveler – The Outdoor Women

It seems that a fellow traveler had heard tale of the food pilfering bears thatinhabited the campground areas of the park and so decided...

Sounds of a marauding bruin – The Outdoor Women

About 2:00 AM he, along with everyone else in the campground,was awakened by the sounds of a marauding bruin. A decent sized crowd of...

The Bruin and the “Strongbox” – The Outdoor Women

My parents met at a dance. Unremarkable as that may seem, the reason theyactually began talking was that both seemed to have an unaturallove...

Tips for Winterizing Your Pond During the Cold Months – The Outdoor Women

Winter is here and keeping your pond running freely during the cold season allows you to enjoy the beauty of ice sculptures that form....

Why You Should Start Direct Mail Remarketing – The Outdoor Women

What do you understand by the term remarket? This is a tactic that businesses use that involves showing ads to prospective customers who have...

Why Not Buy a Timeshare? – The Outdoor Women

Sure, you’ve heard the stories. A nice couple is invited to dinner at an opulent location, like a beautiful restaurant at a very ritzy,...