Welcome to another installment of “Ask an Orvis Fly-Fishing Instructor,” with me, Peter Kutzer. In this episode, I demonstrate how to shoot line at the end of a cast. Sometimes, the fish are just beyond your normal casting range, and. . .
When Bella the Pit Bull saw that her owner had been stabbed in his Lacey, Washington, home, she leaped into action. She ran into the street until a passerby stopped, and then the dog led Terri Lynne to the scene of the crime. Lynne called 9-1-1, and. . .
We love a great commercial that features a dog, and now a British website called campaign—which “celebrat[es] creative excellence in the communications industry”—is asking folks to vote for the best UK commercial of all time. The U.S. site Buzzfeed took that list, made a. . .
Socks is off to bomb-detection school after graduation. Photo via huffingtonpost.com
A training center inspired by canine rescue work on 9/11 is graduating its first class of working dogs, some of whom will embark on search-and-rescue careers while others will serve as canine assistants to people with. . .
A shelter in Israel that specializes in taking in breeds considered “dangerous” by the public has found a unique way to raise money for its important work. Dino’s House was founded last year and now houses some 25 dogsincluding Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and. . .
This beauty was caught a few days ago by Griffin Douthitt, a student at the University of Texas, caught this gorgeous bass on the San Marcos River in Central Texas during a float trip with his dad and. . .
My view from the airplane shows what is endangered by the proposed coal mine. All photos by Paul Moinester
Peering out the window of the plane, I took a deep breath and tried to soak it all in. The sun was glistening on the expansive mudflats, casting a bright glow over the pristine landscape. To the west, the Alaska Range was commandeering the sky, its snowcapped peaks piercing the. . .