Where To Buy Camping Gear And Supplies

Are you preparing to go on a camping holiday or even just a brief camping trip? If you are, have you already collected all of your outdoor camping gear and your other required outdoor camping items? If you have yet to do so, it is something that you may want to do soon.

Camping gear is an expression that is regularly used to describe products that are vital to outdoor camping, like camping tents, sleeping bags, warmers, etc. On the other hand, camping supplies is a term that is frequently used to explain items like food, toiletries, etc. In your look for camping supplies and outdoor camping equipment, it is very important that you understand there is a difference in between the two.

As for buying your outdoor camping gear, you will find that camping gear is sold in a number of various areas, including specialized retail outlets and online stores. One of the best locations to purchase outdoor camping gear from is sports shops.

Where to buy camping gear A big number of department shops,…

Gregg Jarrett

Gregg Jarrett was born in Los Angeles and raised in nearby San Marino, California, graduating from San Marino High School in 1973. He graduated magna cum laude from Claremont Men's College in 1977 with a Political Science degree.

In 1980, Gregg Jarrett graduated from law school at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. He then worked for several years in San Francisco with the firm of Gordon & Rees LLP as a defense attorney. Gregg maintains his California bar license and has taught law as an adjunct professor at New York Law School and lectured at other law schools.

Gregg Jarrett joined the Fox News Channel in November 2002 where he co-anchors weekend newscasts with Heather Childers. Gregg also serves as a substitute anchor weekdays for America's Newsroom (in for Bill Hemmer), Happening Now (in for Jon Scott), and Shepard Smith Reporting for (in for Shepard Smith). He is also a correspondent for the network's one-hour documentaries and serves as a l…

Key Largo Scuba Diving

Best Key Largo Scuba Diving Sites Key Largo Scuba Diving offers the very best diving sites in Florida.  The Upper Florida Keys provide everything from ledges and walls and extensive coral reefs, including the renowned Molasses Reef which covers a huge area and is home to over 500 species of fish. This makes Key Largo scuba diving a truly memorable experience. Don’t forget to dive Pickles Reef, the Conch Reef System, Davis, Crocker, Victory, and many others.

The Scuba diving depths range from 18 to 120 feet and the weather allows for all year round dives. Winter swells and currents may lead to some trips being canceled. Always check with your Key Largo Scuba Diving charter the day of the dive.

When scuba diving in Key Largo, it is possible to dive down to all of the major wrecks in the area. The great Key Largo Scuba Diving locations include the U.S. Coast Guard Cutters Duane and Bibb. There is also the much loved Spiegel Grove, and The Eagle. Some currents may be swift and some of th…

Tom Petty died of accidental overdose

The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner has confirmed the cause of death for legendary musician, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Tom Petty, stating his death was the result of an accidental overdose.

Coroner confirms Tom Petty died of accidental drug overdose According to a statement released by Petty's family in conjunction with the coroner's results, Petty had been given several prescription drugs to treat emphysema, knee issues, and a fractured hip.

"Despite this painful injury he insisted on keeping his commitment to his fans and he toured for 53 dates with a fractured hip and, as he did, it worsened to a more serious injury," Petty's wife Dana and daughter Adria share in their statement. "On the day he died he was informed his hip had graduated to a full-on break and it is our feeling that the pain was simply unbearable and was the cause of his overuse of medication."

The coroner's office has listed Petty's offici…

First Super Blue Blood Moon Eclipse in over 150 years

Stargazers all over the world are getting ready for the first super blue blood moon eclipse in more than 150 years and many are traveling to find the best locations to see it. This rare celestial phenomenon is occurring because a blue moon, a total lunar eclipse and a supermoon are all taking place at the same time.

A blue moon is when two full moons happen in the same calendar month; lunar eclipses occur when the moon passes into earth’s shadow, and supermoons happen when the moon’s perigee (its closest approach to earth in a single orbit) coincides with a full moon. The super blue blood moon phenomenon hasn’t happened since 1866, and it is occurring because a total lunar eclipse is combining with a blue moon, which is in its closest position to earth, making it a supermoon. Blue moons only happen every two and a half years on average. The moon will take on a red glow as the supermoon happens to be occurring on the day of the lunar eclipse.

“The moon will lose its brightness and tak…

Magnum Lost On The Road To Eternity

Magnum has made significant contributions to British rock music over the last 40 years. They may not have enjoyed the same commercial success as other rock bands, but the consistent quality of their output has gained them an intensely loyal following among fans.  Lost On The Road To Eternity is their 20th full-length album, and continues Magnum’s recent streak of late-career successes from a creative view.  A wonderful marriage of theatre and swagger, it would be of little surprise if in the future we should look back on Lost On The Road To Eternity as one of Magnum’s finest records.

The opening track ‘Peaches And Cream’ is an immediately anthemic start to the album, largely thanks to the confident strut of Tony Clarkin’s main guitar riff, as well as a luxurious solo embellishing the vocal melody.  From here, ‘Show Me Your Hands’ blends cascading piano runs with a driving rhythm section, as well as hugely effective staccato work from Clarkin.  Of course, no Magnum album would be compl…

Fly Through Orion Nebula

NASA released this new video today (11th January 2018), which was created by astronomers and visualization specialists from its Universe of Learning program. These experts have combined visible and infrared images from the Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes to create a three-dimensional, fly through Orion Nebula, a fuzzy patch in your sky tonight, really a place where new stars are forming.

Video: Fly Through Orion Nebula Astronomers and visualization specialists at NASA have just released this unprecedented, 3D, fly-through view of the Orion Nebula, a nearby star-forming region.

Space Telescope Science Institute’s visualization scientist Frank Summers, who led the team that developed the movie, said:
Being able to fly through Orion Nebula’s tapestry in 3D gives people a much better sense of what the universe is really like. By adding depth and structure to the amazing images, this fly-through helps elucidate the universe for the public, both educating and inspiring.
3D Journey Throu…