December 19, 2014

Featured Outdoor Bloggers of the Week ~ 11/29/10

Hunter Angler Gardener Cooking

Our First Featured Blogger of the week is Hank Shaw of the blog Hunter Angler Gardener Cook ~ Finding the Forgotten Feast

Hank writes a cooking blog that is right up the alley for anyone who hunts, fishes, grows their own produce and appreciates food that doesn’t come from a box.

His recipes are mouthwatering and his blog covers the entire spectrum of food possibilities that can be found in the Great Outdoors. You don’t even have to take my word on this, his blog has been nominated or won several awards and his recipes have been published in some prestigious places.

For all those who have harvested anything lately…(including squirrel and shark and bears oh my…) you owe yourself a visit to this outstanding wild food blog. BONUS ~ Your family will thank you once you’ve whipped up one of his amazing recipes!

Midwest MultiSport Life

Midwest MultiSport Life

Our Second Featured Blogger of the week is Kovas Palubinskas of  Midwest Multisport Life ~ “Father, husband, endurance enthusiast. Family, food, training, gear, and books. Trail running whenever possible. I do all my own stunts.”

One of the amazing things (for me) that has surfaced by starting the OBN is exposure to so many different paths that all lead to the same things—Activities in the Great Outdoors. Kovas’s blog is one of those that opened an entirely different window of the Great Outdoors that I’ve never seen before, Trail running and Multisports. …From his blog he writes, “Ran the 1995 Chicago Marathon, stopped exercising, got fat, now trying to get healthy and fit. Multisport training and healthier diet vehicles of choice.”

Kovas leads a very active Outdoor Lifestyle that he shares via his blog with regular posts. Visit him today and who knows…maybe you’ll be inspired to try a little trail running yourself.

Badger Bushcraft

Our Third and Final Featured Blogger of the week is Phil Brown of the blog Badger Bushcraft ~ ”Badger Bushcraft – Bringing Learning To Life”

From his blog “Our blog includes recipes, articles about our bushcraft school in Kent, nature notes, survival skills, wilderness living and a whole lot more!”

I think that sums it up quite nicely. There’s a diverse amount of information found throughout his website and great pictures accompanying his blog entries. With Phil’s blog and the other fantastic Bushcraft blogs we have in the directory, I feel like once again, I’ve been exposed to a whole new way of experiencing the Great Outdoors.

Go visit and enjoy!

 
 
About Rebecca

When Rebecca isn't running the Outdoor Blogger Network, she is off Fly Fishing her favorite rivers. Occasionally she writes about those adventures at The Outdooress.

Comments

  1. 1

    Thanks Rebecca and Joe! I’m really impressed how you opened your site to all users of the outdoors – we can all learn something from each other.

  2. 2

    Thank you so much Rebecca and Joe for featuring our blog on the wonderful Outdoor Blogger Network.

    I love sharing knowledge and I have been fascinated with the content and number of exceptionally high quality blogs you have created such easy access to. I feel very honoured to have our blog recognised!

    I’m looking forward to working with all you guys in “Connecting The Outdoor Community” and hopefully helping to develop a greater love of nature in other people that visit the site.

    Thanks once again.

    Kindest regards,

    Phil

  3. 3

    Those are three excellent blogs. I visit them often.

    The Average Joe Fisherman

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