Anyone who has been spending all day work such as nurses needed the best shoes for nurses and had a foot massage can attest to its appeal. It relaxes not just the foot but the entire body. In foot reflexology, the feet take on even more profound meaning. Reflexologists believe that all of the body’s organs are reflected in... more →
Women are taking up golf in greater numbers than ever before. Between 2000 and 2001 alone, the number of female golfers rose from 5 million to more than 6 million, according to the National Golf Foundation. The number of male golfers increased from 18.9 million to 19.7 million. So while men still outnumber women by more than three... more →
It’s time, in plenty of time before the holidays, to discuss with you the time-honored tradition of buying golf gifts for your golfer. Every Holiday, Birthday, Father’s Day or whatever Day, the golfer gets an array of golf gifts that the giver is so excited to give while the golfer then has to put on their best “Thank... more →
Continuing our look at dangerous African snakes from the last issue, here we’ll examine the two sub-Saharan species that are considered the deadliest, and also discuss ways to reduce significantly the risk of getting bitten by any venomous snake.
Invariably described as “the most dreaded snake in Africa,” the black... more →
Meeting professionals should consider the needs of physically challenged golfers when planning a golfing tournament. These include asking about the special requirements of these golfers in the sign-up form, determining the best golf club for beginners and professional golfer’s policies and facilities for physically challenged... more →
Once, while tagging along on a wolf study, I watched as a biologist approached a large male gray wolf that was caught in a leg snare. The wolf backed up to a tree, leering, and growling, displaying an impressive set of canines.
“Look at this,” the biologist said, pushing a three-foot length of birch log toward the wolf’s... more →
Twice while hunting I’ve had to end an unexpected night out in e cold, both times the result of myopic enthusiasm over an elk trail. In the first case, I was wholly unprepared and left hunkering in a spruce hollow as the wind blew overhead and frigid night lingered eternally. The emergence of dawn seemed as slow and chill as... more →
I suppose some hunters like being out in a soaking rain, but I don’t seem to know any of them. Like it or not, however, rain happens, sometimes in the middle of a long-anticipated hunt. You’re out there, raring to go, excited. Then the storm comes, often mixed in with gusty winds and a drop in temperature. The resulting... more →
An increasing number of women in the industrial and construction industries and new strict job safety standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have boosted sales of women work boots. Women currently account for 10% of all construction and 32% of all manufacturing jobs, occupations where regulations are especially... more →
Survival manuals are loaded with advice on how to procure drinkable water in the wilds, though I’ve noticed over the years that many of the suggestions work better on paper than they do in the real world. Frequently I’ve looked around outdoors and wondered: How would I find potable water in this place if my life depended... more →