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How to Extend the Life of Your Electronics

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We rely on our electronics for everything. We even use them to give us a hand in our latest home-improvement projects and to discover the US’s best spelunking spots. To keep your trusty gadgets in …

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Tips for Hiking with Your Dog

October 25, 2013 – 7:10 am | 2 Comments
Tips for Hiking with Your Dog

For many pet owners, the dog is another member of the family. And if that is the case in your family, you probably want to bring he/she along for any trips you may be taking. …

6 Smartphone Apps for the Outdoor Sportsman

October 18, 2013 – 7:51 am | No Comment
6 Smartphone Apps for the Outdoor Sportsman

You already know where to fish, when to hunt, and how often to enjoy the outdoors (every weekend, of course), but to make the most of your experience in the great outdoors, we’ve compiled a …

Monster Energy Cup: 8 Reasons Supercross Rocks

October 11, 2013 – 9:04 am | No Comment
Monster Energy Cup: 8 Reasons Supercross Rocks

As a proud sponsor of the Monster Energy Cup, which airs LIVE from Las Vegas on Fox Sports 2 on Saturday, October 19, we’re sharing a few awesome Supercross facts with Pelican fans about this …

7 Must-Have Football Tailgating Supplies

October 3, 2013 – 6:11 am | One Comment
7 Must-Have Football Tailgating Supplies

Football season, for many, means tailgating. From peewee games to the NFL, pro tailgaters have begun brushing the dust off their tailgating gear and preparing for another successful season on the concrete gridiron. 
For rookie tailgaters—or …