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Derek the weatherman gives his walking tips for the Easter weekend

Marshall has been widely talked up as one of the best - if not the best - keeper in the Premier League after an outstanding debut season Directors convicted of a commercial offence overseas would be banned from running British companies under the plans, Business Secretary Vince Cable said He's known for charting the pathways of Wales, but where ... (more)

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Canada.com

Your #VanSun360 Instagram assignment this week: Boots

This week, your #VanSun360 Instagram assignment is to show me something to do with any kind of boots.

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The Whitecourt Star

St. Joseph students preparing to go to Costa Rica

St. Joseph School teachers Daniel Hein and Meagan Rogers pose with the rest of the St. Joseph School group who will be heading to Costa Rica next year after a fundraising brainstorming session on Tuesday, April 15. Barry Kerton In January, fourteen Grade 10 to 12 St. Joseph School students will get a an opportunity to travel to Costa Rica on a trip ... (more)

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Beverly Hills Eccentric

Farmington Hills senior plans to follow apostle's route through Spain

Sidney Bonvallet, , 73, of Farmington Hills, and Izabela Jaworska, 49, of Ypsilanti, train with their packs and hiking staffs.

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The Daily News Journal

Victoria Beckham celebrates 40th birthday at U.S. landmark

The fashionista and her family took to the dusty Grand Canyon to celebrate her birthday milestone and to enjoy a relaxing spa vacation.

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Pacific Daily News

Hike from Mt. Schroeder to Priest's Pools tomorrow

Every Saturday, Guam Boonie Stompers offers public hikes to a variety of destinations such as beaches, snorkeling sites, waterfalls, mountains, caves, latte sites and World War II sites.

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Malvern Gazette

Playwright's walking challenge will bring inspiration and funds

Nick Wilkes, resident playwright at Malvern Theatres, is walking the length of Hadrian's Wall to raise money for Help for Heroes and to gather ideas for his next play.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

UnionLeader.com

Extreme skier enjoys second round of luck

Scott Berk, right, on Wednesday returned a Volkl ski he found recently while hiking in Great Gully on Mount Adams' King Ravine to Patrick Luk, the extreme skier who lost it and its twin nine days earlier in a fall in that part of the mountain.

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Digital Trends

Subaru's 2015 Outback can see around corners with help from some trick fog lights

Subaru unveiled the original Outback 20 years ago at the New York Auto Show, and it became an unqualified success.

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TechNet Blogs

Blog Post: Blaze a new trail with 8 hiking and outdoor apps for Windows Phone and Windows

Finally. The season is beckoning us outdoors, into the sunshine, and we're ready to go.

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US News & World Report

5 Free Ways to Get in Shape This Spring

Spring has finally begun to blossom . The days are getting longer and warmer, and soon trees will be lush and flowers will be in full bloom.

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Bellingham Herald

Still time to take in sights at Big Cypress

So don't wait. The bugs and mugginess will be here soon enough. A few weeks ago, I hiked a small section of the Florida National Scenic Trail through the Big Cypress National Preserve and found the trail mostly dry, with few mosquitoes and abundant breathtaking scenery.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

ABC News

Glamour camping over Easter

Packing for your Easter camping trip? You will need water, a sturdy pair of boots, and of course no trip would be complete without an outdoor espresso maker.

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The New Zealand Herald

Cumbria: Lead astray in the Lake District

Ah, the Lake District in England's northwest. Hiking in the hills, scoffing cream teas, settling into quaint B&Bs, marvelling at the world's largest pencil.

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Contra Costa Times

Friends will celebrate life of longtime Montclair Scoutmaster

Members of Montclair-based Boy Scout Troop 206, using skills learned under the direction of beloved and respected Scoutmaster Stanley Graham McPherson, once carried a woman in the Sierras to safety using a makeshift stretcher fashioned from a tent and hiking poles.

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AmericanBankingNews.com

Kristen Stewart Gets Into Slacker Mode

Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg got into some serious grunge duds when they headed to work for their new film, American Ultra in New Orleans on Tuesday.

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AmmoLand

Michigan's Cold vs Arizona's Warm Freedom

Bond Arms Century 2000 .45 Colt/3-inch .410, holster and two rounds of Remington Express 3-inch 7 1/2 shot After the most grueling Michigan winter in memory, the time had come for a dual-purpose trip to visit family and to work in a bit of coyote hunting in Arizona.

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Santa Barbara Independent

Manzana Day Hike to 'Ray's Camp'

Hike: moderate day hike into the San Rafael Wilderness past Fish Camp along Manzana Creek; suitable for sturdy kids 6 and older Time: 3 hours driving and about 5 hours hiking, including an hour munching a nutritious lunch at "Ray's Camp"'s new table beside flowing Manzana Creek Thoughtfully walking the wilderness footpath along Manzana Creek ... (more)

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Merced Sun-Star

Blauert on Outdoors: Mendocino County offers great hikes near the coast

Mendocino County is known for its scenic shoreline, quaint towns, Victorian bed and breakfast lodgings, and well-regarded wineries.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

San Jose Mercury News

Has a good book inspired your travels?

Did Frances Mayes' "Under the Tuscan Sun" launch your love affair with Italy? Did you lace up your hiking boots after reading "Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail" by Cheryl Strayed? Or maybe John Kennedy Toole's classic "A Confederacy of Dunces" sent you directly to New Orleans' French Quarter? We want to hear about the book -- it ... (more)

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