Outdoorists take the Outdoors Seriously

To tell you the truth, we all have a deep love and respect for the Outdoors.  Each of us has “outdoor gear” especially for that personal form of Outdoor Experience.  Whether it be exploring, trekking, kayaking, hunting, fishing, snowboarding and snowshoeing; we could go on and on listing the outdoor activities we cherish and love….

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The Great Outdoors: Are there Therapeutic Values? YES!

Can an Outdoor Experience be as therapeutic as various Pharmaceutical Prescriptions are reputed to be?  That is the $64,000 question…We all feel better when we engage with the Outdoors.  By making the outdoors our true avocation in life, can that replace Opioid Addiction, Drug and Alcohol dependency  and even a 24/7 infusion of our various…

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Boomer Outdoorists and the 21st Century: Scenario 1

The Generation of Baby Boomers has influenced every Institution in our culture.  From Education to Outdoor Recreation, Boomers had the “Ace in the Hole” factor of being the largest generation from the 50’s to the 21st Century.  The institutions that began in the 20’s and 30’s were infused and overwhelmed by the 28 million Boomers….

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The Holiday Reflecting The Outdoor Loyalty of Outdoorists

  The “True Spirit” of this Holiday is the fellowship of Outdoor Enthusiasts.  This upcoming extended weekend from Wednesday to Sunday has been broadcasting the biggest outdoor retail sales overlayed by what has been declared “Black Friday”.  We have all gotten caught up in the dynamic of BLACK FRIDAY!!!  Last year, at this exact day,…

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Ft. Collins, Colorado- “My Kind of Town”

If you have never heard of this town, in the Northern Front Range of The Rocky Mountains, the question becomes “Where have you been hiding”?  Ft Collins is a historic mid-nineteenth century settlement, commissioned in 1864, becoming a military outpost to protect the people migrating West during the Indian Wars (Mid-1860’s) as well as protecting…

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Geocaching on The Great Western Trail

In the heart of Wayne County, Utah, five hearty souls take the challenge of searching for Caches on the Aquarius Plateau.  This plateau, appropriately defined for it’s many lakes, streams and forest pools (for those Millennials looking for a “forest pooling” area).  The Forest Service mapped the plateau in the 1920’s and 30’s, improved roadways…

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A Challenge for Life Renewed- Two Knee Replacements and Successfully Climbing to the Top of the World

OutdoorLoyalty.com cherishes the discovery of “Stories” by Outdoorists that inspires others to challenge one’s goals and dreams to accomplish benchmarks in our life’s journey.  Greg P.’s story will motivate Baby Boomers and Millennials on the same scale. Greg has been an Outdoorist all of his adult life, enjoying the Great Outdoors as his playground for…

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“A Road Less Traveled”…An Outdoorist’s Challenge.

There is a time, in every Outdoorist’s life, where you look back on your life’s journeys and wonder if all your choices have been to choose the “easy” road.  Taking  “a road less traveled” should be part of an Outdoor Adventurer’s vision every time you consider an “Odyssey”.  We all know about Homer’s stories about…

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