Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

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Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
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Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

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Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

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Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012

A few nice Parenting images I found:

Area I Community Baby Shower, June 2, 2012
Parenting
Image by U.S. Army Garrison Casey
Area I expecting and new parents meet at the Camp Casey Community Activity Center June 2, 2012, for a Baby Shower. Various garrison activities had boothes where they passed out information. Dads-to-be were given a chance to see what it was like to be pregnant with the "empathy belly". Both parents also got the chance to see who could change their "baby’s" diaper and try to guess the flavor of baby food. U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

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Indoor Games and Activities for Kids Family Fun Play Area Children Play Center

Ryan and his little sister Anam had a family fun time going to the Indoor Play area for kids. Indoor play area for children where a kid can be a Kid! There are many games and activities for children like car racing, train ride, mini carousel and many more games. After playing a fun games, you get tickets and could trade in to win a prize. Thanks for watching.

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BLM Winter Bucket List #20: Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Montana, for Back Country Skiing

BLM Winter Bucket List #20: Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Montana, for Back Country Skiing

A few nice Outdoor Activities images I found:

BLM Winter Bucket List #20: Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Montana, for Back Country Skiing

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BLM Winter Bucket List #20: Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Montana, for Back Country Skiing

Not for the beginner or faint of heart, back country skiing in the Centennial Mountains west of Yellowstone National Park offers a challenging winter adventure sure to complete any winter bucket list.

Visitors should remember that avalanche safety and awareness is a must when back country skiing or snowshoeing in the Centennial Mountains. The BLM recommends that visitors wanting to experience back country winter adventures in the Centennial Mountains be experienced in snow safety and rescue, use an experienced guide who is familiar with the area, or contact the Dillon Field Office for more information.

The 28,000 acre Centennial Mountains Wilderness Study Area forms the boundary between southwest Montana and Idaho and is some of Montana’s wildest country. Aside from being a year-around paradise for outdoor activities, the Centennial Mountains are a critical corridor for wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, moose, elk, deer, wolverines, badgers, black bears, and a wide variety of birds.

Photo by Bob Wick, BLM

Walking the Dogs (Explored)

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In Far North Bicentennial Park outside Anchorage, Alaska, there is a no-leash area for dogs. This is not simply a "city dog park," this is a huge tract of wilderness where there are no leash requirements.

This wise policy really helps with the multi-user problems we have recreating in the out of doors in Alaska around Anchorage. (Not much of a problem anywhere else in Alaska!). In the Winter, people flock to the outdoors to Ski, Snow Machine, Cross-Country Ski, Skijoring (where one or two dogs pull you on your skis), Ice Skating and Ice Fishing on frozen lakes, serious Dog Sledding with huge dog teams coming down the trail, winter Bicyclists, Hikers, Dog Walkers, and Nature and Wildlife Photographers!

This is pretty much what people do here in the Winter in the snow and ice in Parks. I’m leaving out people who climb up the face of frozen waterfalls because I think they are nuts! 🙂

But many of these outdoor activities conflict with dogs running free on the trails and in the Parks. Therefore, we have leash laws. Mostly ignored and seldom enforced, it basically turns out to be an exercise in good judgement on the dog owner’s part. Like when you hear a musher yelling at his or her team at the top of their lungs (BTW, there are a lot of women mushers in Alaska!) and the sound of 12 loudly barking dogs coming from around the corner ahead of you, it’s best to get your dog under control and off the trail as soon as possible…!!!!

Well, this wonderful, large, pristine wilderness that’s dedicated to dogs being off leash is really a safe haven for dogs and makes being out with them off-lead far more relaxed. Especially in the Winter when there are no bears around.

In the non-Winter times, there is an obvious risk to letting your dog run free in the Wilderness. About three Summers ago in this area, we came upon a huge Grizzly Bear eating a Moose kill and it took us about one nanosecond to offer him our congratulations on his fine meal, and quietly disappear backwards! 🙂

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Big Talbot Island Boneyard Graveyard

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