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Weekend Update: Outdoors 101 is in session
Spring has sprung, which means it’s time to get back into the swing of the outdoors. In today’s Weekend section, Amy Orndorff authors a syllabus of sorts for Outdoors 101, an all-skill levels guide to hiking, camping and water adventures in the D.C. area.
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Bluesfest ready to turn up volume
THE countdown is on for Bluefest 2011, with only four nights left before an estimated 45,000 people flock to Byron for the festival.
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Gaddafi’s forces pound Ajdabiya, Misrata
Libyan rebels have mounted successful raids on Gaddafi troops in the besieged western city of Misrata.
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    Take the pain out of camping with a POD holiday

    Take the pain out of camping with a POD holiday
    PODS are well-built wooden huts designed to make camping extremely comfortable.
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    This is one camping trip you won’t forget
    When two families go camping together, anything can happen especially if it’s the wealthy Stantons and the hillbilly Hills families and Grandma and Grandpa are along.
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    Coates RV opens shop in Williston
    Coates RV, a Minnesota-based RV, camper, motorhome, travel trailer and cabin dealer, has opened up shop in Williston. The grand opening event took place at the First Annual RV and Camping Show at the Raymond Family Community Center over the weekend. Coates RV has been in business in Minnesota since 1938, but this move to Williston will be the first move in the history of the company, according …
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      Ex-USFS chief questions federal budget moves
      Deb CoursonSpecial to the Sun Camping, hunting and hiking experiences in California would likely change if Forest Service budget cuts under the U.S. House Republican budget proposal became final, according to former Forest Service chief Dale Bosworth.
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      Artists go ‘wild’ for Myakka River State Park
      Myakka River State Park has been a beloved hiking, fishing, camping and wildlife observation destination for decades.
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      Flights resume to evacuate stranded campers
      Helicopters are making steady progress rescuing hikers stranded at remote camping grounds at Wilsons Promontory.
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        Javelina hunt is on
        Our trip to Bagdad for the hunt was good all the way, including getting the spring water in Bagdad after unloading some of our camping gear and setting up tents at our camp site.
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        Bubble tent has incredible views
        The bubble tent is perfect for the rugged outdoorsman who’s not shy about camping. IF you’re into camping, 360-degree sheltered views and have ,000 to spare, these see-through bubble tents are pretty amazing.
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        Kids of Mirchpur migrants finally admitted to school
        Hisar, March 5 : Children of Dalit families, who had left Mirchpur village in this Haryana district out of fear of the Jat community and are camping at the district headquarters for the last many days, have been finally admitted in a school.
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          Veera stuck between the proverbial
          In our lives we surely must have come across one of those unfortunates _ the short-sighted girl who loses her spectacles on a camping trip; the nice boy who makes one simple mistake and his life spirals downhill to that miserable place of what-could-have-been; the person who seems to stumble just a little but falls all the way into the deep, dark abyss…
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          Growing Trend Showcased At Local Rec Show
          PEORIA – This weekend’s Central Illinois Recreational Show is a camping enthusiast’s dream come true.
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          Not-so-pleasant memories of camping
          You know what would be a good idea? If we spent the night under a tarp with people we hate and then we can all sleep in body bags, fermenting in each other’s odor, providing feast for infectious insects and incubators for their young. And if we are really lucky, we will wake up moist after a night of aggravatingly catchy out-of-tune sing-alongs still seeing spots and eardrums throbbing from the …
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            Ghana U-20 Abort Pre-camping Trip To Barcelona Ahead Of African Youth Championship
            The political unrest in Libya has forced the Black Satellites to cancel their planned trip to Barcelona, Spain to camp ahead of the African Youth Championship originally scheduled to take place in the north African country.
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            Point Plomer camping nightmare
            BARNEY Miller was woken by a man calling for doctors and nurses when a quiet night at Point Plomer camping ground quickly turned into disaster. The incident happened around 11pm on Saturday when a campfire ignited a damaged gas bottle, seriously injuring seven people.
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            Camping reservations for Memorial Day begin
            PIERRE, S.D. (AP) _ The state parks division starts taking camping reservations Saturday for Memorial Day weekend in state parks and recreation areas.
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