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Being the outdoorsy type, I’m always on the lookout for someplace new to explore. It’s surprising how often such places turn up too, if you don’t mind investing the work it takes to find them.

Spring is here again – and so are the white bass!

Ahh, spring. It’s officially here. The calendar tells me that the 2021 edition of the season of renewal really is underway, and we can only hope that this one plays out better than the last one did.

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DISCOVER the secret trails of Settles Bridge Park with Get Outside, Georgia! columnist Steve Hudson.

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LOCK & DAM PARK: Walk right out onto the old lock and stand just yards from the spot where boats one rose or fell as the gates were closed and the lock was filled or drained.

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If you love the outdoors, then it's time you checked out Helton Creek Falls.

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These days, it’s hard to summon the will to turn off the news. If you’re like me, you don’t want to miss anything. And these days, you never know what that thing you miss might be.

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If you’re like me, you’ve got hobbies. You’ve already figured out that two of mine are hiking and fishing. You may have noticed occasional mentions of ham radio, too, something else I enjoy.

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The winter cold isn't enough to keep Steve Hudson out of the woods.

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Ordinarily, you don’t think of wintertime as prime time for trout fishing. Warmer seasons usually come to mind instead.

If you’ve got school-age kids at home, I don’t have to tell you that 2020 has been a challenging year. Balancing work, school, and health concerns has been a big challenge for lots of folks, and along about this time of year, many parents of school-age kids are wondering what to do next to keep their young learners engaged and moving ahead without everyone going crazy in the process.

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I was talking with a friend earlier this week about how to enjoy the outdoors in this time of COVID. He likes to hike, you see, but he was concerned about constantly passing close to other hikers on narrow trails.

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I love to roam around in the mountains. And if I get to drive through a raging river somewhere along the way, so much the better.