advertising: Biltmore Estate Tour Leaves a Lasting Imprint on The Soul - 02/01/11 07:52 AM
Having heard fabulous raves about the Biltmore Estate, Sherry and I planned our next Road Trekin Adventure to include Asheville, North Carolina. We had the privilege to spend an entire day at the Biltmore Estate. The house was built by George Vanderbilt in1895 and portrays amazing craftsmanship, creativity, and ingenuity.
Before talking more about the Biltmore, I'd like to convey a bit about George Washington Vanderbilt and his wife Edith, as I find their dreams and visions just as inspiring as their estate.
George Vanderbilt grew up as the youngest of three children in a family that took responsibility for their … (8 comments)

advertising: ZZ Troutski's Fly Box: Tying a Wooly Bugger - 01/20/11 03:34 PM
The wooly bugger is a great fly to begin tying for fishing success.
When I guided and fished a little more than I am at this moment, I always advised fellow casters, "When hiring a guide, find out if he or she ties." In my opinion, a guide who doesn't have a few of his own special patterns, he's not much of a guide.
This pattern is a great place start with the basic techniques and principles to start catching more fish, having fun and saving money on flies. The other thing is, you just can't have to many buggers.
Materials … (0 comments)

advertising: Trip to Michigan Completes The Holiday Season - 01/18/11 12:48 PM
We have been quite fortunate in so many ways. The weather has been extremely good to us. The day we left Montana the temperature was in the 70's, which is pretty incredible for November. The very next day, Dad told us that is was snowing back home. News of more snow and bitter cold temperatures back home, just made our trip more exciting. We had left, just in time!
It had been twenty-six years since my last trip to Michigan. Much has changed, and yet some things seemed exactly the same. I was blown away by the changes in my old … (0 comments)

advertising: Remarketing With Content Writing and Sentiment Tracking - 01/06/11 09:11 AM
What is remarketing?
Remarketing is about using social media as a tool to explosive sales by up to 20% with your present client base.
 
Websites are more dynamic and interactive than ever before. Now it is possible to leverage the high volume of conversation, on the engaging, emerging, energizing, ever expanding, framework of digital life, it is called Social Media!
In today's world, social media is the leading edge to renewed success. Remarketing increases new customer growth and the ability to bring past clients back to your company, expanding the bottom line.
The social media revolution is unlike any sector of the Internet Revolution … (0 comments)

advertising: Great Lakes Adventure is a Real Treat for Everyone Who Loves Road Trekking - 12/20/10 10:42 AM
Duluth, Minnesota, marked the beginning of our Great Lake Adventure. Seeing Lake Superior was a real treat for Sherry. She said it reminded her of that amazing feeling of seeing the ocean for the first time. Sometimes it is just as much fun seeing the excitement of another's experience.
We traveled through Wisconsin toward the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and stopped at The Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, located just before Ashland. Little did we know this stop would begin the theme for this journey.
 
 
Tom Ski is a master of the great outdoors. You can find Tom fly … (5 comments)

advertising: Montana's Geological Paradise Makoshika State Park is Not a Bad Land After All - 12/13/10 08:54 AM
Just outside of Glendive Montana, we saw a sign that read Makoshika State Park. Sounded like an interesting place to explore and a perfect time to take a stretch break. Turns out, Makoshika is the largest State Park in Montana with a land mass of 11,400 acres.
 
 
Tom Ski is a master of the great outdoors. You can find Tom fly fishing in Montana, photographing elk and bison, watching birds from a hide or in the long grass, talking about life on his radio show and writing about his adventures at NewsBlaze.
 
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advertising: A Day With Birds of Prey - 11/12/10 09:38 AM
I was driving past Bridger Bowl and noticed a sign stating that there was a Raptor Festival going on and so I immediately turned around. The parking areas were full, so I had to park a ways back and hike up the hill to the buildings above.
Perched on the back deck of the main lodge were a Swainson Hawk, a Great Horned Owl and a Turkey Vulture named Pilgrim. I introduced myself to Becky, the Director of the Center and Cynthia, a volunteer of 5 years.
I was invited to visit the Montana Raptor Conservation Center for the opportunity to … (0 comments)

advertising: Montana Moments from the Fly - 11/02/10 02:01 PM
It's winding down to the last few days of a week's worth of fishing through central Montana. I began the first few days hiking up Bear Trap Canyon, into the wilderness area several miles up on the Madison River to fish my way out. The wind was blowing about 15 to 20 miles an hour with hoppers popping up everywhere.
For the first couple of hours I had a hard time holding on to any fish, as they were furiously taking the fly. A couple of Rainbows took delight in throwing the hopper pattern right back at me. Finally after about … (0 comments)

advertising: Road Trekin Adventures / Virtual Assistant Program / Business Expansion - 09/01/10 05:42 PM
Good Day,
I'd like to take a moment to introduce our company, Be First Inc.  Be First is a full-service advertising agency that realized the benefits of social media three years ago.  We have been expanding and energizing  companies bottom line, to keep their edge to remain on top of the marketing game through a mixture of traditional and social media advertising.
As a marketing company, our belief is "A Brand Lives in A Person's Heart, not the Head".  We are using the very best of social media and radio, to create Road Trekin Adventures and The Grass Roots/ Back Road … (0 comments)

 
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