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The hole actually goes straight into the ground, the perspective makes it seem a little like an archway. You can go farther into this little water cave, but it is extremely dangerous because it can fill up with water in minutes flat. 

Cross Country Skiing: A Gear Analysis

Cross-country ski outfit- Jan 15, 2017Intro:Cross-country skiing is a hard sport to dress for. While you may be facing sub-zero temperatures, you are also extremely active, producing heat and moisture. Getting cold is painful and dangerous, as one lap around your one-way loop can take up to two hours. Overheating is not so bad at first, but the moisture [...]

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Recruiting outdoor and travel enthusiasts! (expired)

Thank you to everyone who applied! We have filled our positions.If you are someone who is… looking for full-time or part time and weekend workflexible and ready to learnleading an active, outdoor lifestylean efficient and positive workercomputer and internet savvyable to work independently or as part of a teamAs long as you are motivated, sales and [...]

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Topos Footwear: New for Spring 2017

We are pleased to announce that ScoutTech is bringing in a new brand this spring: Topos! This footwear company specializes in athletic, multi-sport, hiking, trail-running shoes. Here is a quick look at one of their great shoes, coming to ScoutTech in the spring. The mens' size 9 is 10.4 oz, and the women's size 7 is [...]

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CANADA POST LOCKOUT

Shipping Notice:Attention all customer because of the pending Canada Post lockout we are switching to Courier service for Canada and USPS Direct for our USA and International customers, so there are no delays in shipping, processing and delivery if Canada Post decides During the Canada Post Postal Strike we will be disabling the Xpress option for our US [...]

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ScoutTech's Welcome to Summer 30% Off Celebration Sale Starts Now!

Is everyone as excited to welcome the first day of summer as we are? To kick off the start to a great season of warm weather adventure both on the water and on the trail we're pleased to present our loyal email list following with a gift to great gear at 30% OFF!Enter Coupon Code [...]

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Cuba Travel Blog- Days 7-8 Havana to Santa Clara and Home

I set out extra early this morning and headed out to explore some more of the Malecon in the direction opposite where we had explored yesterday. In this direction I enjoyed some more great coastal views, explored some monuments and passed the US embassy just a couple of days before US President Barack Obama was scheduled [...]

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Cuba Travel Blog - Days 5-7 Travelling Veradero to Havana & Havana

I rose early so that I could squeeze in a final swim and a walk along the beach in the opposite direction as the day before. On my way out I said goodbyes to Wally who was just wrapping up a month on the island that morning and the other Casa guests that were awake. [...]

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Cuba Travel Blog - Days 3 and 4 Trinidad to Veradero and Veradero

Important note when hoping to travel by Viazul: The day prior we had tried to obtain some bus tickets to Varadero with the sole Cuban state tourist bus line called Viazul. No luck there as bus tickets were sold out for the next several days. Typically in most other countries I’d have arranged this type [...]

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