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No backyard barbecue or beachside clambake is complete without a rousing game of horseshoes. Designed by a former champion, each solid-steel piece is crafted for balance and treated with a non-slip finish to prevent chipping, abrasion, corrosion and weathering.
A knock out game to play with the kiddos – or friends, with a gin fizz in hand – this collectible wooden kit comes in a cloth bag with the instructions to play printed on it, in addition to the hand-cut, screenprinted instruction manual.
These looks by Mark McNairy and Woolrich Woolen Mills were released back in January but their time of fruition has come. Made in the U.S.A. — Woolrich Woolen Mills
We here at Wilderless are big fans of famed naturalist Aldo Leopold. Now, thanks to ecologist Stan Temple, a senior fellow at the Aldo Leopold Foundation, we have the opportunity to listen in on a simulated dawn chorus at Leopold’s famed Wisconsin shack. For the audio track and more on the story check out Brandon Keim’s article over at Wired.
On the 800-mile return trip of Robert Falcon Scott’s unsuccessful attempt to be the first to reach the South Pole, his team desperately slogged through freezing temperatures and blizzards, trying to stay on schedule and reach the supply depots along the way. Oates’ feet were badly frostbitten, and he was slowing down the rest of the men. He volunteered to be left behind, but his comrades refused to leave him. So finally he simply walked outside his tent and into a blizzard, telling the others, “I am just going outside. I may be some time.”
Check out more famous last words over at the Art of Manliness.