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Entries filed under 'Father's Day'

    My First Hike with Dad, Revisited 40 Years Later

    fileWhat experience got you hooked on the outdoors? For me, I can trace it back to the first time my dad took me hiking 40 years ago this year when I was either 11 or 12. Along with my older brother Robert (that's him with my dad in the vintage-1972 photo at right), we hiked up San Gabriel Peak (6164') in the Angeles National Forest, about an hour's drive from our house in Southern California. It must not have been too big of a deal to my dad, since I can recall only a couple of other occasions ...

    Posted by Steve T on June 19, 2012 5:18 PM & Tagged Father's Day, Hiking, San Gabriel Peak and fire | permalink | Comments

    Don't Keep Me in the Dark: The Top Grilling Tool

    Just in time for Father’s Day, it’s Bon Appetit magazine to the rescue.  Columnist Andrew Knowlton, aka the Foodist, confirms:  Headlamps aren’t just for camping, caving, mining and skiing any more. Scoffing at superfluous grilling gear in the mag's July issue, Knowlton names his must-have tool: a headlamp. After one too many salmonella scares in the dark, I couldn’t agree more—and it’s fun to have a shout-out from the foodie sector.  Whether you’re grilling at home or heading farther afield ...

    Posted by KellyH on June 18, 2010 7:32 PM & Tagged Father's Day, Grilling and headlamps | permalink | Comments

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