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The History of Flannel | Buffalo Jackson

Warm. Comfortable. Durable. Everyone loves flannel. But, not everyone knows its rich history.

The flannel shirt stands alone as the most universally re...

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Take Another Swing

Mention the word “poetry” and most men squirm or roll their eyes or a combination of both. That’s fair. Most of us had an early encounter with poetry ...

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Meet A Traveler Q&A

Chris Amato is an outdoor enthusiast and traveler with a passion for marketing. He is a self-taught photographer and videographer based out of North G...

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Here's To You

Most men I know get very little affirmation in their lives. The same could no doubt be said for women. But women are pretty good about asking for it, ...

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Why We All Need Heroes

I just watched this small clip of kids getting a chance to interact with some of their favorite sports personalities. Their reactions to catching thei...

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Congruence

I’ve got a friend who lives up on Flathead Lake, just outside of Lakeside, Montana. He’s got a place right on the water, a cabin that he and his fathe...

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The Hygge Phenomenon

There’s a phenomenon taking our culture by storm right now. Hygge (pronounced hoogah) – is the Danish word for “cozy.” Denmark tops many lists as one ...

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The Stories of Our Fathers

Per one of our Training Ground alumni, I just finished watching an episode of “Master of None” on Netflix. Aziz Ansari and one of his buddies walk thr...

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Wit & Wisdom: Cast Iron

I hope you are beginning to see the purpose in hanging onto, and even collecting some historical items from the past, certainly your own families past...

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A Nose for the Light

Burly iron radiators warm our 1937 Cape Cod. When we first moved in, I wondered if come December, icy drafts would chill us to our bones. However, thi...

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A Place Called Longdream

Last May, our family of four moved into our little cottage on Warren Lane. Built in 1937, the house needs care and attention, but it has good bones. T...

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Building A Fire In Burma

David is a former English teacher who left the classroom in 2006 to start Silent Images. He is a graduate of UNC and is the author of two books on Afr...

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