Outdoors Magazine


  • Something Not Terribly Difficult: A Stroll Up Mt. Emerson

    Something Terribly Difficult: Stroll Emerson

    Mountain scrambling is rad. It's also dangerous. The objective hazards-loose rock, weather-change the risk equation. By "not terribly difficult," I'm referring... Read more

    The 18 July 2021 by   Thervproject
  • Now & Then


    I guess it’s pretty telling that the last time I was compelled to add to this blog was when COVID first came around, over a year ago. I wrote, “Most of us... Read more

    The 09 July 2021 by   Thervproject
  • A "Peculiar" Miner's Candle

    "Peculiar" Miner's Candle

    Miner's candle; southern Laramie Mountains, Wyoming.In 1869, botanist Benjamin Hayes Smith of Denver, Colorado Territory, collected a plant with a tall... Read more

    The 17 July 2021 by   Hollis
  • Christmas in July and a Surprise!

    Christmas July Surprise!

    Hotwings Maple indeed!Flash, the maple, is looking very Christmasy, with a canopy of green leaves and red samaras (aka keys or whirlybirds).The big surprise is... Read more

    The 13 July 2021 by   Hollis
  • GIS Jobs in Montreal

    Jobs Montreal

    Montreal is the second largest city in Canada (Toronto is the largest) with a population of 1,910,000 and the largest city in the province of Quebec. The... Read more

    The 01 July 2021 by   T_mackinnon
  • Park Spotlight: Chin Park & Clifford Park | July 15, 2021

    Park Spotlight: Chin Clifford July 2021

    The Friends is excited to be partnering with the Boston Children’s Chorus to bring community singing events to parks around the City. We wanted to share a... Read more

    The 14 July 2021 by   Fopg
  • Public Restrooms Return to Boston Common | July 12, 2021

    Public Restrooms Return Boston Common July 2021

    This summer, we are excited to welcome back our public restrooms on Boston Common for the first time since 2019, featuring a mural wrap by Boston-based visual... Read more

    The 12 July 2021 by   Fopg

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