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  • Outdoors is a 20-by-50 foot pool, tennis courts, formal garden and a large Chinese dragon fountain spouting water.

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  • But in the end, the winner of the decoys (and assorted goodies) from Avery Outdoors is mjh5161.

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  • But in the end, the winner of the decoys (and assorted goodies) from Avery Outdoors is mjh5161.

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  • Fishing-lodge operator Deneki Outdoors is holding a drawing for a week’s fishing for one angler at their lodge on south Andros anytime between November 2009 and December 2010.

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  • Medicine for the Outdoors is the work of Dr. Paul Auerbach, wilderness medicine pioneer and arguably the world's foremost expert on the subject.

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  • Explore the Outdoors is a hands-on program for families that gives Ohio children the opportunity to reunite with nature, improve their physical and emotional health and discover the rewards of becoming environmental stewards.

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  • Hill Country Outdoors, which isn't specifically oriented toward singles, but rather people interested in outdoor activity.

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  • New music meets the classic Sesame style with Grammy nominee Jason Mraz performing alongside Elmo and friends the appropriately rhymed song "Outdoors" to his hit-tune "I'm Yours."

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  • The snowboarder also tends to be an outdoor lover of all seasons and often has summer sports listed as mountain biking and trecking in the summer and extreme sports such as Outdoors

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  • i think you mean The Great Outdoors which is my fav one.

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  • A fishing lure is an object attached to the end of a fishing line which is designed to resemble and move like the prey of a fish. The purpose of the lure is to use movement, vibration, and color to catch the fish's attention so it bites the hook. Lures are equipped with one or more single, double, or treble hooks that are used to hook fish when they attack the lure.

    Lures are usually used with a fishing rod and fishing reel. When a lure is used for casting, it is continually cast out and retrieved, the retrieve making the lure swim or produce a popping action. A skilled angler can explore many possible hiding places for fish through lure casting such as under logs and on flats.fishing lures

    November 6, 2010