In the anticipation of a kayaking trip, you always seem to remember the lip balm, water, pfd, and paddle, but are those really enough? Sure you’ve got your dry bag packed and your car loaded up, but are you fully prepared for what awaits you on the water? Before you [...]
Articles written by: The Wenger Blog
In the northeast, during the months of April and May, there is a 5th season we like to call Mud Season – the outdoor recreational time of limbo when skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, and trail running are primarily off limits. Here is a list of ideas to keep you [...]
2012 was a momentous year for for our athletes and we couldn’t be more proud of their accomplishments. In total, our athletes won at least three national/world championships,
A SAK, some duck tape, maybe a paperclip and all of sudden, MacGyver has a fully functional plane in his possession. MacGyver may have been the ultimate sensei when it came to SAK uses and surprisingly enough, he even showed us a few creative ways to use the trusty tool-filled [...]
The results are in: Vermont is the healthiest U.S. state (for four years running), followed by Hawaii, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Several factors — including obesity, smoking, diabetes and sedentary lifestyle — served as the criteria for this list compiled by the United Health Foundation. How high (or low) did your [...]
We all have heroes in our lives. Heroes don’t seek recognition and they don’t expect rewards. They don’t always save people from burning buildings, or buy shoes for the homeless, but over time, they shape who we are and inspire us to become better people. We find that many times, [...]
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