September 1, 2014

Outdoor Blogger Network Friday Notes: 3/2

Outdoor CommunityLots of activity going on this week so here’s the low down:

We did some major upgrades/enhancements to the site:
If you missed the post, please read:
Outdoor Blogger Community Changes, Spring Sprucing

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New Outdoor Community Groups:
Feel free to join any of these and connect with like-minded Outdoor Enthusiasts…or go create your own.

The Great Outdoors: Anything and Everything that has to do with the great Outdoors…

Southern Flyfishers: Anything that swims south of the Mason-Dixon line! Fly Fishing in the South is HOT!

Bird Hunters: People who hunt birds

Fly Fishing Bloggers: For those who spend time coaxing big fish with tiny flies, climbing trees to retrieve their last magic fly and untangling wind knots. This group is for you…

Idaho Outdoor Bloggers: Connecting the Idaho Outdoor Bloggers

New England Outdoor Bloggers: Outdoor blogger group for those of us living in the New England area. Includes Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.

Rocky Mountain Bloggers:  Colorado, Utah

Midwestern Fishing Group: : A group for all bloggers from the great Midwest who fish and fly fish.

Bowhunting and Archery: If you bowhunt for game or bowhunt for targets, this is the group.

In Outdoor Blogging: F.A.Q. For the New Outdoor Blogger (and helpful hints for the seasoned ones) (with special thanks to all the Outdoor Bloggers who gave their input on this post!!! Much appreciated)

In Outdoor Conservation: Parks and Public Lands as 21st Century Education Centers ~ Study Shows Spending at National Parks Pumps $31 Billion into Local Economies, Supporting 258,000 Jobs ~ Orvis Announces 2012 Commitment Projects ~ New National Water Trails System to Promote Healthy, Accessible Rivers

In Outdoor Talk: Outdoor Giveaway: Passinthru Outdoors

Quickfire Interview: The River Damsel

Outdoor Gear Opportunity:  Fall River Flyrods and the OBN Announce: A Bamboo Fly Rod Giveaway

Outdoor Support and Cheer: Long time supporter of the OBN,  Travis DuBois is doing the Seattle Firefighter Stairclimb.

From Travis, “Wearing full turnouts (firefighter gear) and carrying and airpack, we climb 69 flights of stairs for time.  It benefits the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, (LLS).  We raise donations and 100% of them go to LLS.  This is my third year participating.  The first I participated I think around $600,000 was raised, last year $960,000 was raised (so thanks to all of you who donated).  Considering they only allow 1500 participants that is a pretty staggering and exciting number.  Hopefully, with your help, this year we bust a million!”

Check out the details on his fundraising page http://www.llswa.org/goto/travispage
To access the main site and learn more about the event go here .

Outdoor Weekend: 

We hope you all have a memorable one!
Oh, and Hello March…you got here so SOON!

Rebecca and Joe 

 
 
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

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    Rebecca and Joe! Thanks so much for putting that up there, the climb is a fun event for a good cause and a great avenue for raising money for blood cancer research and treatment. Also, I may not have a blog anymore, but that just gives me more time to read everyone elses! Keep up the good work OBN!

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