Hiking in the wilderness can bring about a sense of tremendous peace and relaxation, and the Pacific Northwest offers plenty of deep forests and long tracts of wilderness for escaping the demands of daily life. The farther you stray from the beaten path, however, the greater the chances your situation might turn on a dime, transforming peace and relaxation into a fight for survival.
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Very few people prefer to camp during the winter, because there is the scare of frostbite or other curveballs Mother Nature might decide to throw. However, camping in the winter has its advantages, such as having more options for camping locations. The lack of other campers yields a quiet experience that bonds nature, spirit and body together.
COAST is proud to be Northwest Big Game Inc.’s newest sponsor for the 2011 Tour of the Northwest’s Heads & Horns Wall of Kings Display. This travelling display features record breaking trophy heads from across the Northwest, as well as some of the most unique A-typical horns you can find. Along with this selection, show attendees are welcome to bring in their own game heads to be measured by an official from NW Big Game, Boone & Crockett, and Pope & Young for a chance to get their name (more…)
As the holidays loom closer with each passing day, it’s inevitably time to start thinking about gifts. And if you’re like me, shopping for Dad can be the most difficult. What exactly do you get a guy who already has everything? And how do you find that balance between practicality and thoughtfulness—because, really, how many neckties does one man need? After wrestling with those same questions year after year, I decided to compile a list of new and fresh, fail-safe gift ideas that are sure to be a hit with dear ol’ Dad.