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Cast iron cookware is one of the best utensils for food preparation, either on the kitchen stove or over a campfire. A properly seasoned pot not only flavors a meal but also adds iron to the diet.
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2612
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Cross-country skiing, in addition to being relatively inexpensive, promotes good health and brings skiers into close proximity with nature as they traverse open fields and deep forests.
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Ancient For serious campers who know their woodcraft and respect the natural environment, a commercial camp stove cannot compare to a campfire built with the knowledge of nature's materials.
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2638
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The versatile Labrador, the country's most popular canine, can perform many roles, including waterfowl retriever, sentry, assistant to the disabled, illegal drug detector, and loyal friend.
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