I came across the Outdoor Weblog some months back and added it to my list of regular websites. At the time there were several good articles posted and it seemed to offer an alternative source of news and info on the activities that we all enjoy. However, as time passed, I noticed that it was updated very infrequently, and sometimes weeks would go by with out an update at all. I very nearly dropped it from list of favorites altogether, as in activity is a quick way off my browser.
Fortunately, the site has a new editor in the form of Terah Shelton who brings an impressive resume to the job. Terah is a freelance travel writer who has traveled extensively, a self confessed “outdoor enthusiast”, and a professor who teaches a class on how to travel on a budget.
She can now add “highly paid blogger” to her resume as well. She’s only been on the job a few days, but already it’s clear that she intends to make some changes around the site. For one thing, there are now daily updates with some good articles, such as this one about a woman solo hiking the Appalachian Trail. It’s good to see the Outdoor Weblog alive and well and offering fresh content again. Welcome aboard Terah!
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