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Holiday Season: Thankful for the Beauty of Nature

It’s the holiday season and I’m thankful for the beauty of nature in Nebraska. I am thankful for the sky. I am thankful for the breathtaking views of the landscape. I am thankful for the diversity of habitat. Grasslands. Wetlands. Woodlands. Water. And, yes, even cropland. I am thankful for all free-ranging, living creatures. Large. Medium. And, small. I am thankful for being allowed to harvest nature’s bounty. I am thankful for being given the role to become an active participant in the cycle of nature, the …

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Donating Time/Talent to Outdoor Community

Yesterday, I participated in the way-too-much-fun Scheels Camo Classic Golf Tournament at Miracle Hill in Omaha to help bring attention to and benefit the Great Plains Pointer Rescue organization (www.greatpointers.org) It’s always a good thing to donate some of your time and/or talents to the outdoor community where/when possible! In my case yesterday, it was only time, HA, but for a very worthy cause! Somebody please yell: “Fore!”

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Spring Break in a Cool State Park on Channel 6 Outdoors

Alright, so my question to you looking at the photograph above is this: Where was it taken? Well, guess what? You’ll find out if you tune in to my Weekly Outdoor Report airing on Omaha’s WOWT-TV/Channel 6 and online at www.wowt.com LIVE Thursday night at 6 p.m. CST during sports! What a cool destination this park makes for a spring break hiking or mountain biking outing or perhaps a fitness run! Look below, cabins are even available for overnight rental …

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