It’s that time of year. If you haven’t already committed to attending OWAA’s annual conference, you are probably weighing the pros and expenses.
I am a three-eyed monster. But, somehow, people don’t flinch when I come close. That little box strapped to my forehead with the shiny round eye — the GoPro camera — doesn’t seem odd to them.
Freelancing is hard. There isn’t a week that goes by that at some point I don’t question the career choice.
The fact that we live in a time of enormous political and economic upheaval doesn’t alter the fact that now, more than ever, people are seeking ways to relieve stress and stay healthy in body, mind and spirit – and for OWAA members, the outdoors continues to be the answer.
As Americans have grown physically larger and demanded more toys, kayak dimensions have generally expanded to match their appetites.
Nicole Atkins is an accomplished outdoor educator with more than 25 years of experience in the outdoors. After leaving a career in academia, she turned her attention to freelance writing and photography. She has a blog dedicated to raising awareness of conservation and the outdoors. She’s a regular contributor with several outdoor sites and a …
“Donald J. Trump believes there needs to be a Roosevelt Reboot … President Trump will instruct USFWS policy to use good science … Our Public Lands and water … will always remain public and open.”
The above is from the still active website http://www.sportsmenfortrump.com.
We in the Circle of Chiefs write regularly in OU about threats: to our clean air and water, to our public lands, to our endangered species. My message concerns a far more immediate and deadly threat, the potential destruction of our free press, our First Amendment rights and ultimately, our democracy and way of life.