Things To Do: TV producers visit Rocklin today to cast hunting show

Things To Do: TV producers visit Rocklin today to cast hunting show
Television producers are casting an outdoor adventure show based in Wyoming and are seeking young people who are up to the challenges of fishing, hunting and outdoor survival.
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Martha Stewart: When hunting for mushrooms, it’s safety first
Q. Can you tell me about mushroom hunting? I’m interested in trying it but don’t know where to begin.
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L.A. Chabad blast: Police hunting down suspect, synagogues on alert
Police are hunting a suspect in a blast outside a California synagogue and community center that was initially believed to be an industrial accident. Area Jewish organizations were urged to be extra vigilant.
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    Dick’s Sporting Goods close to deal to open store in ex-Linens N Things in Pittsfield Township

    Dick’s Sporting Goods close to deal to open store in ex-Linens N Things in Pittsfield Township
    Can the third time be the charm for Dick’s Sporting Goods and its efforts to locate a store in the Ann Arbor area? The national chain is entering final negotiations for the former Linens N Things store on Lohr Road,……
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    Employee charged with felony shoplifting: Highland Heights Police Blotter
    A Dick’s Sporting Goods employee reported on Jan. 31 that the store had a cashier in custody who admitted to ,104.39 worth of fraudulent returns.
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    Costs drag down GSI Commerce 4Q earnings by 32 pct
    GSI Commerce Inc., which provides technology for sporting goods stores and general retailers to sell their goods online, said Wednesday its net income fell 32 percent in the last three months of the year as hefty costs offset revenue growth.
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      Things To Consider Before You Purchase A Family Camping Tent

      Before you purchase a family camping tent, answer these basic questions on how you will be using the tent and what type of camping you will be doing.  By determining what type of camping tent is right for you before you buy, you will save money, time and have the perfect tent for your camping experience.

      What Type Of Camping Tent Do You Need?

      This all comes down to one question.  What type of camping do you plan on?  If you want to experience the thrills of hiking through the back country, a light weight camping tent for two is the best choice for you.  If you are family camping in one location at a camp site, then you might want to opt for some creature comforts of home!  Such as room camping tents and large family camping tents that will not only comfortably sleep your entire family but will hold all their personal gear as well.

      How many people will be using the tent?  And for what purposes?

      As this article is geared toward family camping, we’ll stay with the large family style camping tents.  First decide on how you will be using your tent.  Are you just going to sleep in it?  Are you also storing personal items (clothes, entertainment, toiletries) inside?  Will you be using the tent to store other camping gear?  These are all important to consider before you purchase a camping tent, because when a manufacturer states that a tent sleeps four people, what they really mean to say is – this tent will only fit four normal sized sleeping bags with room for little else!  So if your family of four plans to use the tent for more than just sleep, then it’s wise to buy a large family camping tent that sleeps six and quite possibly a tent with more than one room (for those who are planning on camping with pre-teen and/or teenage kids – you know what I mean!). [Read more…]