Tag Archives: outdoors

The MANunist MANifesto

Don’t treat women like objects, even though it may seem like they want you to sometimes. There are two kinds of dads, dads that are there and dads that aren’t. Don’t be the latter. If you choose to imbibe, and it is fine if you do not,  remember to stay away from anything clear. Do […]

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Huckberry Update

It has been a while since we have kept you up to date with the items on Huckberry. Have a look at the following and consider yourself updated. Campfire Cologne Campfire Cologne is being offered yet again as a part of the Huckberry Essentials: Grooming store. I think the video below sums it up best. […]

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Kentucky for Kentucky

For those of you who do not know, all four of the writers here at TTAF are based out of Kentucky. What you most certainly do not know is that Kentucky’s current tourism slogan is Unbridled Spirit in reference to our horse industry. It should be noted that Kentucky has more to offer than just […]

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A Man’s Schedule

I would be willing to bet that many of us, myself included, have trouble with organizing our time.  My schedule during the week usually consists of waking up, checking this site, going to work, coming home from work, showering, holding my daughter, checking email, staying up with my daughter and feeding her, then going to […]

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Sunday Night Speech: Ed Stafford Walking The Amazon

I was flipping through the channels late one night when something caught my eye.  The program was called “Walking the Amazon” and it was one of the most amazing feats I have ever seen.  In short, Ed Stafford walked from one end of the Amazon River to the other.  It took 860 days.  While I […]

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Huckberry Post Labor Day Sale

Huckberry is having a sale, and you need to check out some of the stuff that they are offering at really low prices.  You can have a look at the rest of the store by following this link.  Below are a few of my favorite items.  The header picture that you see above is the […]

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Outdoor Blogs, Biolite Stoves, and Hiking Shoes

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson- Before this summer started my wife and I decided that we would spend a majority of our free time camping, hiking, fishing etc.  We found out that she was pregnant in the beginning […]

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Friday At Five: July 20th, 2012

Of all the things going on around the country this weekend the most important, loosely using the word “important” here, is that The Dark Knight Rises comes to theaters.  You may have heard of the movie from Josh’s post this morning.  Or you may have heard of it because it is one of the most […]

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Two Charts You Need To Know

It is Summer time and you need to familiarize yourself with this chart because you are a man and it makes you look cool when you can identify snakes. And you also need to know the information here, there is no excuse for not knowing the difference between a frog and a toad.

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On Walden Pon… Hickman Creek

I never found a companion that was so companionable as solitude.  -Thoreau- I am a firm believer in taking time out of life to be alone.   This can manifest itself in many different ways, a book and a cup of coffee, a fire, a good hike, or a long drive, among others.  It should be […]

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