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Spring is like summer for bikers, so get out and ride

MTB sagebrush

Photo by Roger Phillips Went for a ride last night in a long-sleeved Merino wool shirt, windbreaker and leg warmers. I rode until dusk, and never felt hot or cold. That’s rare. You can’t beat this weather for riding, either

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The fun of turkey hunting is about a lot more than shooting a bird

I like turkey hunting because I get to sneak around in the woods, listen to birds, see lots of wildlife, and really experience nature coming alive in the spring. If it wasn’t for turkey hunting, I would have no reason

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Winter/spring tug of war continues

It’s an interesting time of year, and this weekend reflected it. Hikers and bikers flocked to the Foothills and Ridge to Rivers gave a green light for almost all the trails in the lower Foothills are snow-free and dry. But

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Boise State spring football watch list: No. 1, newcomers

Boise State football, Charles Leno Jr.

With the Boise State football team set to open spring practice next Monday, I’ll use my blog this week to discuss five areas to watch — one a day, Monday-Friday. Today: Newcomers. With only 11 of 25 starters returning and

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