According to research, more than 80 percent of people with autism and 90 percent of people who have Down’s Syndrome never learn to ride a bike. The sad thing, some of them can and yet, they never get the opportunity to — as our guest blogger Andrea Felgenhauer tells us, “believe they can fly.” Andrea pens “Therapy on Wry,” a wonderful blog about a mom in St. Louis, Mo., who finds humor in raising two kids — one with autism and one without.
The WON’s pick of the week for an outdoor blog featuring women.
Britney Starr interviews blogger, editor and shooter Shelley Rae about life in the shooting industry.
She’s a long, tall, cool drink of blogger, Anette Wachter, aka 30 Cal Gal. We’ve been following her blog for
Over a year ago I was contacted by Armed Forces Entertainment and Paralyzed Veterans of America about being among a selected few for a special mission called the “Outdoor Legend’s Tour”. The plan was for a small group of hunting personalities representing the North American hunting community to visit troops inside a war zone and personally thank them for their service and sacrifices.
It’s a female gun blogger feature with a twist … In this post, Britney Starr talks to Destinee, publisher of the vlog FateofDestinee about shooting with her family, her career goals and her crazy YouTube videos.
Inspiration comes in many forms, sometimes when you least expect it. In this women gun blogger feature, Britney Starr talks to Gabby — lover of animals, food, and all things Southern, about what sparked her to create the blog “ArmedCandy.”
Just up the road from The WON’s home lives a female blogger named Beth Cowgill. If you follow women’s gun
Here is a look inside the creative mind of Rebecca Hauptman, from the blog RebeccaGuns, whose Twitter description reads, “Guns mostly, with a side of DIY and a sprinkling of awesomeness.” Rebecca talks to Britney Starr about why she started blogging about guns and about her hip new holster business that she and her husband created in a back room.
As another installment in our series on female gun bloggers, The WON takes a look at the (beautiful) face behind Armed In Heels, a website and blog for the fashion-conscious women shooter. Meet Jacquelyn Kelly, Ph.D. – a high-heel wearing, gun-toting, fashionista.
With this first in a series on female gun bloggers, we visit with Gracie McKee, a firearms instructor who pens “Packing Pretty” from her home base in Portland, Oregon.
This BlogLight shines on some kick-you-know-what women and their hunting blog, er club, for Bad A$% Girls.
This week’s BlogLight shines ever so brightly on Julie T. Chapman, wildlife artist from Montana who writes an artblog to accompany her beautiful work.
You have to give credit to the National Wild Turkey Federation for jumping on this social networking platform big time.
Anette Wachter, recently featured at an NRA Blog post, steps into the spotlight, er bloglight, here at The WON with
In this week’s BlogLight, we look at an upbeat, healthy blog by Amy Grisak, titled “Backyard Bounty.”
She took a little hiatus from her blogging to clean her closets, and we know … we’ve featured her before in this section. She’s just so good at what she does — and that is, makes us laugh at ourselves and makes us take a little look at some of the idiosyncrasies surrounding the outdoor experience. This week’s BlogLight shines on The Hunter’s Wife.
Canadian angler Terri MacKinnon loves to fish, and loves to share her passion for this sport not only in a compelling blog, but also in a companion website that entertains and instructs. This week’s BlogLight shines on her efforts to create awareness for women and fishing.
“If you’ve ever seen an angry female bear defending her family, you have an idea of how ferocious our warriors in high heels can become. We need them on the front lines.” John Wills, author of this week’s Bloglight on The WON
This week’s BlogLight features James Rummel’s “hellinahandbasket” blog, where he instructs as to how to be safe, how to use firearms and common sense tips for taking precautions against becoming a victim of crime — all based on 18 years of working with disabled and elderly people to achieve these goals.
In this week’s BlogLight we shine the light on Traci Schauf, the “Can-Do” Mommy Blogger that turned off the TV and turned on the outdoors to her family. Traci also writes killer reviews in our Gear Court and we’re just delighted to have her in our ranks of outdoor women.