Wednesday, July 22, 2009

The July Outdoor Bloggers Rally

Great Outdoor Links from Outdoor Bloggers

Thank you all for participating! Here is how this is going to work. I will post it and then forward it via email to a person that linked here, and to someone that didn't. The e-mail will consist of the html version of the post, so it will be easy to cut and paste and get all the links in right . I'll explain on the email what to do and how to do it for those that may be unfamiliar with posting in that fashion. When you get it, add a link to the bottom, post it, and within a couple of days forward it to someone one on the post already, and to someone not on the post.

It doesn't matter who you send it to, so long as you are fairly confident that they will continue to forward it. It will get some links pointing back to you, and maybe a few new readers.

So here we go! This is The Outdoor Bloggers July Link Rally where participants add a couple of links to their own blogs and someone else's. Email it to a couple of people that you like and ask them to posts it and add to it. The only criteria is that it be related to the outdoors or blogging! And as usual, if you're not a member of the Outdoor Bloggers Summit, please consider joining our merry band of outdoor enthusiasts!

Great Outdoor Links from Outdoor Bloggers

Rick K. at Whitetail Woods sends us this popular How-To: An Inexpensive Gravity Deer or Hog Feeder.

Julia, the Mother Hen at Henhouse Pottery, feeds her family, raises chickens, and throws clay on her homestead. She sends a great Q&A about chicken poop, compost, Raku firing, and common sense in her post "Raku, Chickens, and Compost."

Snakes and their identification are on Wild Ed's mind on his Texas Snake Roundup, where Ed helps us identify snakes that reside in his home state of Texas. Wild Ed has lots of great posts on Texas fauna on a regular basis as in Proof is in the Pictures.

Our fearless correspondent from Tennessee, Gabe over at EnviroCapitalist, likes his frog legs fresh, and goes about it with relish. Get into it with Gigging!

The Black Rabbit is a knife maker and by golly a good one at that! He has a two parter on making knives that is really a treat! Utility Knife Step-by-step: Part 1 and Utility Knife Step-by-step: Part 2.

The truth is that Hunts Like a Girl at Scent Free Lip Gloss is so cute that I'm embarrassed to go to her website. I worry her husband will see me looking at her posts, figure I'm ogling her, and then beat the bejeebers outta me. A Diffent Kind of Bull and Lanterns and Poop Chairs are her choice for a good read!

And RKL sends us a travelogue from his trip to Ostia Antica the port city of Ancient Rome. The mosaics are truly breath taking when you consider just how long they've been there!

Scott over at Nebraska Hunting Outfitters has put together a couple of great FAQs on what to expect when turkey hunting Part I and Part II

I found this one on Phillip Loughlin's blog The Hog Blog. Phillip comments on our High Fence discussion with great accuracy, perception, and logic. A must read! Hunting Ethics VS Logical Debate

Over at My Favorite Marlin, Whit Spurzon beats the mountain trails on his custom (Home made) mountain bike! A great idea for both rural and suburban hunting! Check it out at Mountain Bikes: A Very Useful Tool.

Albert at The Rasch Outdoor Chronicles and The Range Reviews: Tactical, covers Blogging and experience on Better Blogging! Or What if my Brains Melt?, and a couple of his buddies in Fallow Deer: Hints and Tips and Chronicles Interview: JS Croner Part I

Thanks for participating, and don't be afraid to start another one on your own! And don't forget to add a link or two when you get this yourself!

1 comment:

Dennis A Carroll said...

That was fast like a rabbit.
Hope we can keep the chain going.