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Sharjah Police issues winter warning to nuisance campers

Sharjah Police issues winter warning to nuisance campers

Police in Sharjah have sent out a winter warning to anti-social campers who are disturbing residential communities with noise and litter when pitching up in the emirate. With camping trips set to surge as temperatures drop in the months to come, police are calling on members of the public to show respect and abide by […]

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Where to take lantern-lit, guided snowshoe hikes at Michigan state parks in January

Where to take lantern-lit, guided snowshoe hikes at Michigan state parks in January

Photo courtesy Michigan DNR The post-holiday blues can be real. One method for beating them? Schedule out your January with fun adventures. Throughout the winter, a handful of Michigan’s state parks and rec areas are offering group snowshoe, ski and hiking events: from guided jaunts to lantern-lit strolls, and even a couple of outings timed […]

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The Ultimate Checklist of What You Need for a Camping Weekend

The Ultimate Checklist of What You Need for a Camping Weekend

Now that the weekend is here, you may be thinking of how to spend your time with family and friends. Spending time out in nature is one way to help you relax and refresh your body as you get ready for the new week. In this case, going out for a camping experience sounds like […]

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Dear Abby: I go hiking, biking as disabled husband stays home alone

Dear Abby: I go hiking, biking as disabled husband stays home alone

DEAR ABBY: My husband is in his 40s and permanently disabled from injuries received in a recent automobile accident. He is in pain, on pain medicine 24 hours a day and basically sleeps his days away. His pain and immobility make intimacy impossible. He doesn’t object when I go out with friends or participate in […]

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No Toll Hikes for DRPA’s New Jersey, Pennsylvania Spans – NBC New York

No Toll Hikes for DRPA’s New Jersey, Pennsylvania Spans – NBC New York

What to Know The Delaware River Port Authority board voted on Wednesday that motorists will pay the same to cross their bridges between New Jersey and Pennsylvania next year. The commissioners voted to postpone a tool increase until at least 2023. The board also approved a 2022 operating budget of $306.8 million, up 0.53% from […]

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Learning to Love Cold-Weather Camping and Trekking – Boca Raton’s Most Reliable News Source

Learning to Love Cold-Weather Camping and Trekking – Boca Raton’s Most Reliable News Source

(StatePoint) Do you identify as an outdoor enthusiast — but only during three seasons of the year? Here are some tips and recommendations for learning to love cold-weather camping, trekking and more: • Take up a new sport: Whether it’s ice climbing, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, there are certain sports that can only be enjoyed […]

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California couple Jonathan Gerrish, Ellen Chung dead of extreme heat on hike tried to save infant daughter

California couple Jonathan Gerrish, Ellen Chung dead of extreme heat on hike tried to save infant daughter

The couple found dead on a Northern California hiking trail over the summer desperately tried to save their 1-year-old daughter before all three succumbed to extreme heat as temperatures soared to 109 degrees, investigators found. British software engineer Jonathan Gerrish, 45, his wife Ellen Chung, 31, and their daughter, Miju were found dead of hyperthermia […]

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Hike shows how 1906 earthquake devastated Point Reyes

Hike shows how 1906 earthquake devastated Point Reyes

More than a century ago, one of the deadliest earthquakes of all time shook the Bay Area. While the 1906 earthquake destroyed more than 80% of San Francisco, its epicenter was thought to be near the town of Olema in Point Reyes, where the quake had ripped up the land most dramatically (later, seismologists determined […]

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No vacancy for backcountry campers? Are permits the answer?

No vacancy for backcountry campers? Are permits the answer?

Rick Brown, of Petaluma, California, and daughter, Laura Brown, of Seattle, hike past Marion Lake in Grand Teton National Park in late August. Unable to get a permit to camp there, they crossed parts of the Teton Crest Trail by ducking out of the national park and camping on unrestricted national forest lands, a workaround […]

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Zambia delivers 50 basis point rate hike to curb inflation

Zambia delivers 50 basis point rate hike to curb inflation

Rate last raised in February Inflation still persistently high Copper producer in debt crisis Talking to IMF about lending programme LUSAKA, Nov 24 (Reuters) – Zambia’s central bank raised interest rates by 50 basis points to 9.0% to help bring down stubbornly high inflation, with price rises only seen falling back within the bank’s target […]

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