Mar 12 2011
If you use a mobile device to visit Tamia Nelson’s Outside, then it can be a frustrating experience to try and navigate our hotlinks. Most of our links open in new windows, a feature not supported by the simple browsers of many mobile devices. So this page is for you. Here you’ll find links to the main pages of our site, as well as links to many of the places in the sidebar of the Home page.
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- Practical Cycling Everything about bikes and day-to-day cycling, from outfitting bikes to hauling loads, what to wear and how to eat.
- Cyclotouring Bicycle touring topics, from A to Z.
- In the Same Boat Portal to our Paddling.com—formerly Paddling.net—weekly column.
- Outside Afoot Enjoying the outdoors on foot in all seasons.
- Inquiring Eye For photographers and artists.
- Turtle Taxi Giving turtles a helping hand to get out of harm’s way.
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- Bikes & Cycling Everything to do with bikes and cycling.
- Bikes & Infrastructure Accommodations—or not—for cyclists.
- Evaluations: Bicycling & Touring Gear Just as the title states.
- Evaluations: Hiking & Camping Gear The hiker’s and camper’s companion.
- Eye & Hand: Draw. Photograph, Paint, Write Indulging the creative spirit.
- In the Same Boat: Canoeing, Kayaking, & Paddle-Camping For the canoeist and kayaker.
- It’s Alimentary: Provisioning, Food, and Cooking Food and eating for active folks.
- It’s Only Natural! Geology, Environment, Wildlife & More Adventures with the natural world.
- Others’ Outside: Columnists’ and Guests’ Contributions Contributions from Outside readers.
- Our Absent Friends In honor of those who lost the race to reach safety.
- Out Beyond the Beauty Strip Contrasts and contradictions.
- Photo Finish Gallery Take a break and enjoy some eye candy.
- Trekking Afoot: Stroll, Ski, Scramble, Snowshoe Getting around on two feet.
- Works of the Imagination Fictional works to entertain, and provoke thought.
- Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife Educational nonprofit that has been helping people learn about a species that builds the land’s best life support system, and about lasting, win-win solutions for beaver-human conflicts.
- Friends of Camp Little Notch Provides support for the development of Camp Little Notch’s property, facilities, programming, campers, staff, alumni, and user groups by engaging organized efforts in fundraising and diversity.
- Lake Jackson Ecopassage LJE works with Leon County, the Florida Department of Transportation, and other agencies to construct a permanent ecopassage to prevent future mortality of turtles and other wildlife.
- Martinez Beavers—Worth A Dam Dedicated to Maintaining the Martinez Beavers in Alhambra Creek through responsible stewardship, creative problem solving, community involvement, and education.
- New York Center for Turtle Rehabilitation and Conservation Provides care to injured turtles and promotes principles needed to assure the continued survival of native turtle species.
- NY Wildlife Rehabilitator Locater Found injured wildlife? You need a wildlife rehabber! Check here for one near you.
- Willamette Riverkeeper A non-profit organization whose sole mission is to protect and restore the Willamette River.
- Car-Free America Promoting the benefits of the car-free lifestyle.
- Charliechadwick.org Devoted to the cyclist, artist, writer, and photographer Charlie Chadwick, founding member and first Chair of the UK’s Rough Stuff Fellowship.
- Insight “Insight is what you get when you sit still and pay attention.” Find insights into canoes and canoeing in Dave Birrren’s Canoeing pages.
- Leonardo Esch Travel Southern Brazil with photographer Leonardo Esch!
- Marcos Netto on Twitter Keep in touch with our Southern Hemisphere Correspondent.
- Mobile Studio Travels of the Carolina Considered Project Posts from the Bob Angel’s travels through state and national parks in South Carolina, and the surrounding areas, but sometimes from more distant locations.
- Old Fat Man Adventures Join Barney as he explores the south and beyond while having toooo much fun.
- Stellaria: Where Light Meets the Ordinary Keep up with Dutch photographer Rense Haveman as he explores the world around him with his sharp lens and keen eye.
- Tim Messick's Photo Blog Stunning landscapes by a Sacramento-based photographer and illustrator.
Reference & Resources
- Bicycle Helmet Safety Institute Helmet advice and evaluations for consumers.
- Coast Guard News One stop source for the latest news concerning current and recent operations of the US Coast Guard.
- crazyguyonabike A very useful resource for bicycle tourists, complete with their journals, evaluations, classifieds, and much more.
- Lightning Safety – NWS Learn how to be safe during lightning storms.
- Maine Sea Grant Maine Sea Grant supports marine and coastal scientific research and education.
- National Park Service Morning Report News from the folks who manage our national parks.
- New York Center for Turtle Rehabilitation and Conservation Organization that provides care to injured turtles and promotes principles needed to assure the continued survival of native turtle species.
- NY Wildlife Rehabilitator Locater Need a rehabber? Check here for one near you.
- Paddling.com Home of our weekly column, “In the Same Boat,” and a resource for canoeing and kayaking reviews, news, classifieds, and more.
- Pentax Forums The home of the friendly photography and gear discussion forum dedicated to the Pentax digital SLR and K-mount lens system.
- Rough Stuff Fellowship Founded in 1955, the RSF was formed by cyclists who wanted to get away from roads and cycle on tracks and byways.
- Streetsblog A daily news source, online community, and political mobilizer for the Livable Streets movement.
- USGS Map Locater & Downloader Find US topographic maps and download them for FREE!
- Weather from the NWS Forecasts, radar, graphics, and more for weather junkies.
- WinterCampers.com A clearinghouse of vital information on how to do it safely while enjoying the cold-weather experience.
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