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Kovas Palubinskas
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Finding Adventure in my Backyard
Finding Adventure in my Backyard

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@Camp_Chef's Stryker stove is lightweight, portable, and easy to use - recommended.

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@Camp_Chef's Stryker stove is lightweight, portable, and easy to use - recommended. #gearreview

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The Marge Cline Whitewater Course is a great #paddling option not too far from Chicago.

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Peter Zemmer Pinot Noir Rolhüt 2015
The grandfather Peter Zemmer established the family wine business in 1928  in Cortina s.s.d.v. in Alto Adige - South Tyrol. Today his grandson Peter continues the family's work. At an elevation of 450 m. (1,400 ft.), the hillsides are made up of loam, chalk...

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The @TubbsSnowshoes Wayfinder is like a daily driver - cruise all day in comfort. #hikerchat #gearreview

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Riesling Rules: Meeting Pacific Rim's Nicolas Quille
A breakfast meeting with Nicolas Quille had me excited and a bit nervous. He is the head winemaker for Pacific Rim  (among other Banfi properties in the Northwest).  Born in Lyon, France,  to a multi-generational wine family, Nicolas worked in France as a w...

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#Gearreview of @Thermarest Z Lite Sol - liteweight and comfortable, but better for smaller folks

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Southern Love
When Chile's Concha y Toro purchased vineyards in neighboring Argentina, they named their new venture Trivento, or Three Winds. The Polar (winter), Zonda (spring), and Sudestada (summer) provide ideal conditions for grape growing. Trivento takes those grape...

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Brothers in Wine
From Michel Chapoutier comes a collaborative wine, produced with Jasper Hill owner-vintner Ron Laughton of Victoria, Australia. This wine comes from a small, old-vine vineyard planted above the Agly Valley. Biodynamic winegrowing is enhanced with organic co...

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Rubio and Blanca
While I have nothing against wine being treated seriously, at the end of the day it can and should be a source of joy and at times, amusement. Enter Rubio and Blanco. Made by Renzo Masi (a family run company that has been making wine for three generations),...
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