Articles from the November 15, 2012 edition

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More Winter Tips

While the majority of boaters in colder parts of the country have winterized their boats or put them into storage until spring, many still rely on their vessels for hunting, fishing or necessary... Full story


Are you fed up with looking daily at your boring garage door?

DOOR BORED? -- Are you fed up with looking daily at your boring garage door? Just stick a new decal on your door and wait for the neighborhood reaction. Make an impression on your neighbors.The... Full story


Steve Jobs's Yacht

Information from Before his death, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs was planning to build one of the world's most unusual yachts — a sleek, all-aluminum cruiser that looked more like... Full story


Phoenix, AZ - Athena Awards

Photo courtesy of Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce CONGRATULATIONS -- to the recipients of the ATHENA awards: from left, Athena Public Sector winner Deborah Ostreicher, Young Professional winner... Full story

 By IWWF    Watersports    November 15, 2012


Taking place just 400km from the Equator at Palembang City in Indonesia in constant 33C / 96Fh temperatures, this 35th World Cup Stop of the International Waterski & Wakeboard Federation (IWWF) was on... Full story


Arizona Boats At Home In San Diego Bay

BIG BAY BOATS -- John Campbell of San Diego (and Yellowtail Derby fame) has been intrigued for some time by the number of Arizona boats moored in San Diego Bay. He took some time recently to... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    November 15, 2012

AZBW / WOT Reader Receives Reply To Federal Government Targets Sportsmen’s Dollars To Reduce Deficit

The Arizona Game and Fish Commission is making the public aware of a looming threat to crucial conservation funding by the federal government’s proposed sequestration of conservation trust funds,... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    November 15, 2012

Arizona Wildlife Photo Contest Winners Announced

A snowy egret with enormous white wings outspread, balances precariously on a tiny yellow branch. The image, captured by Bryan Keil of Scottsdale, Ariz., is the grand prize winner in this year’s... Full story


Arizona State Parks

As always, we are planning a multitude of activities for the holidays at State Parks. "First Day" hikes on January 1, 2013 are always popular and you can start booking them now so you can be out... Full story


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