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Blogs about Recreation

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  10. Travel (24)
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  12. Walking (4)

14 blogs about Recreation.

  1. Aaron on Scouting
    “Formerly known as Bryan on Scouting, Aaron on Scouting is the official site of Scouting magazine for all families and BSA volunteers.” 🇺🇸

    Scouts honored by mayor, plus other goods news from the week
    Back in August, we told you about the New Jersey Scouts BSA troop that helped the Coast Guard save someone’s life during a sailing trip to Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. The mayor of East Windsor, …
    By Aaron Derr, 464 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per week. Started in .

  2. The Art of Doing Stuff
    “For People Who Like to Sweat, Swear & Do Stuff.” By Karen Bertelsen. 🇨🇦

    An Autumn Antique Show
    Last Saturday I spent hours weaving around the colourful tents that dotted a field in Aberfoyle, Ontario. These are the things that caught my eye. The Aberfoyle Antique Market, about half an hour from my …
    By Karen, 60 words

    Feed Roughly five posts per week.

  3. The Birdist
    “Birds and Birding.” By Nick Lund. 🇺🇸

    Shearwaters in the Gulf of Maine
    There are four regularly-occurring shearwaters in the Gulf of Maine: Great (the most numerous), Cory's, Sooty, and Manx. Telling them from one another can be tricky, especially when the boat is rocking and/or you're actively …
    By NickL, 508 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  4. Bubba One
    “Much of this blog will be about growing and using Cannabis.” 🇺🇸

    Chili Colorado
    My Houston neighbor (RIP) showed me how she made Chili Colorado twenty or so years ago. Mine's good but I sure miss her's. It is a simple dish that is quick to make in a …
    By I'm a OK guy, 154 words

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  5. Cool Tools
    “Cool tools really work. A cool tool can be any book, gadget, software, video, map, hardware, material, or website that is tried and true.” 🇺🇸

    Arun Venkatesan, Product Designer
    Arun is a product designer, engineer, photographer, and writer. Most recently, he was co-founder and product designer at Carrot Fertility. He writes at TOOLS:0:00 – Intro0:49 – BMI 40b x4 tape measure6:26 – BMI …
    By cooltools, 65 words

    Feed Roughly five posts per week. Started in .

  6. Cup of Jo
    “A daily women’s lifestyle site that covers style, culture, food, travel, relationships and parenting.” 🇺🇸

    Have a Lovely Weekend.
    What are you up to this weekend? I’m visiting my sister and am excited to squeeeeeze her! Also, our second issue of Big Salad (our new newsletter) just went out.… Read more The post Have …
    By Joanna Goddard, 48 words

    Feed Roughly one post per day.

  7. Ikkaro - Homemade inventions and DIY
    “The best inventions and homemade bots, scientific curiosities, techniques, engineering and more from a Maker / Hacker.” By Nacho Morató.

    Agua y jabón de Marta D. Riezu
    Con el título Agua y jabón. Apuntes sobre elegancia involuntaria. Este libro es un compendio de aforismos, de notas cortas sobre los más diversos temas. Puede hablar de una persona, un objeto, una comida , …
    By Nacho Morato, 2,052 words

    Feed Roughly one post per month. Started in .

  8. Kids Bricks
    “My kids' LEGO creations.” By Hugh Lashbrooke. 🇳🇿

    Playing with SNOT
    Continuing the exploration into interesting LEGO techniques, my son played around with SNOT. SNOT stands for Studs Not On Top – it is a way of building LEGO where the studs face in other directions, …
    By Hugh Lashbrooke, 188 words

    Feed Roughly seven posts per year. Started in .

    “the blog about vintage and modern space toys.” By Woodsy.

    For the kid who had everything from the worlds of Major Matt Mason ....... Major Matt Wallpaper!I mean, Wow! Who wouldn't have wanted this on their wall back in 1967! I seem to recall I …
    122 words

    Feed Roughly five posts per day.

  10. Moss and Fog
    “A beautifully curated art, design, and nature site. Visual inspiration, everyday!” By Ben Vanderveen.

    Bivvi Makes Towable A-Frame Tiny Homes for Modern Camping
    We’ve always loved the style of an A-Frame, those simple yet iconic triangle-shaped cabins, that make you feel like you’re on an adventure. While there are a number of companies making beautiful, modern interpretations on …
    By Moss And Fog, 264 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day.

  11. Pet Harmony
    “Helping you and your pet live harmoniously.” 🇺🇸

    Is it a behavior issue, or is it a label?
    A couple of weeks ago, I was having a conversation with one of our PETPro members about the notion of people being either extroverted or introverted. This member and I, it turns out, shared a …
    By Dani Powell, 1,697 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  12. Stationery 🍕
    “Anything related to stationery that I’ve been thinking about or think is interesting.” By Eivind Hjertnes. 🇳🇴

    Inking up again
    When I started my recent stunt of just emptying all my pens it lasted until I emptied the last EF pen and after 2-3 days I inked up my Pilot Custom 823 again. But the …
    52 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per week. Started in .

  13. StrollerParking
    “Highly opinionated playground, park and splashpad reviews.” By Christine Latreille. 🇨🇦

    Spring Garden Park
    Previously, this park was the pits, but thankfully, the playground has undergone an almost full renovation. I loaded up two ten-year-olds to check it... The post Spring Garden Park appeared first on StrollerParking.
    By StrollerMom, 36 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month.


    Data Baby in the Wild
    Thanks to all the readers who have received advance review copies of my memoir, DATA BABY: My Life in a Psychological Experiment, which is out on November 7, and have featured the book on their …
    By Susannah Breslin, 91 words

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