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How to Keep Your Blog Shiny and New: Making changes and updates

Do things look a little different around here?  I did some general blog maintenance and made some changes and updates.  I decided I wanted to increase efficiency, specifically:  easier navigation and quicker load times. 690 more words

Danica Piche

Fly the Mini-Route from KTOA to KVNY through the LAX Bravo airspace!

One of the more challenging things you can do while flying VFR is to transition a busy Bravo Airspace.  There are many frequency changes and altitude restrictions to keep a pilot on their toes.   37 more words


Viking Medieval Compass

For hundreds of years historians have seen the Vikings through the eyes of the medieval Irish christians priests who met these people and suffered the terror they brought to their lands. 572 more words

European History

Chilly Navigation Training

On Sunday we held our first TrailFest Training day on navigation for runners. It was a cold and foggy day, but we were warmed with hot drinks and chats over lunch and some of Gary’s special ‘Contour Cake’ (used to demonstrate contour lines – you had to be there!). 223 more words


The Hidden Truth in Moana

Moana is the newest member of the Disney princess tradition. The movie featuring her became one of the highest-grossing films of 2016, which also saw the release of… 994 more words

Holding Onto The Past?

Various things in life may occur which leave a bitter taste, scent or image in our mouths, minds and hearts.

‘Forgive & Forget’ may come to mind when such occurs to us.

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Exploring using Spoking

A technique I use daily here in the Rocky Mountains, regardless of what it is that I might be doing is known as Spoking. It’s a great technique to know for everyday use, but it comes into its element if you ever find yourself lost while in the backcountry. 627 more words