Posts Tagged ‘lantern’

Washington: Additional Clam Digs Scheduled

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Additional winter razor-clams digs have been approved by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW), the first of which that will include a dig beginning Thursday, Dec. 11. Digs are also scheduled for January and February.

According to WDFW, four evening digs will take place at Copalis and Mocrocks Dec. 11-14; Long Beach and Twin Harbors will host three evening digs Dec. 12-14. Digging is restricted to the hours between noon and midnight. For best results, WDFW recommends that people start digging at least one hour before low tide.


Finding the Right Camping Light

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

Camping can range widely in definition from a fun family vacation to a base camp location to support a team of explorers, climbers, or other outdoor professionals.  No matter what kind of camp you are setting up, you will want reliable and useful equipment. One of the most important of which is a camp light so that you can see, work, and get around after dark. 

Traditional lanterns that use a flame and fuel work well, but they do run out of fuel relatively quickly and they can be knocked over, causing a dangerous fire.  If you are worried about the dangers of traditional lanterns, then you are going to want to find a camp lantern that uses batteries to meet your needs.