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6 easy ways to create the ballpark experience at home

Group of male friends watching a baseball and celebrating a home run from their favorite team (Antonio_diaz Antonio_diaz / Thinkstock)
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As much as pretty much all of us secretly want to be superfans, it’s pretty hard to make it to every home game.

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Reader photo: Sweetly singing

Submit your own outdoors-related photographs for a chance to be published in our weekly print edition and browse our archive of past reader submissions online at spokesman.com/outdoors.
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Hiking the Selkirks: The meaningful inheritance of a route

Every time I think I am about to embark on an epic new adventure into uncharted territory, my research lands me at the door of some local codger or outdoor enthusiast who says, “Great hike! I did that back in the spring of …” Typically, with equipment from their revolutionary ancestors or a pocket knife and some dried fruit.
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In brief: Northern pikeminnow reward program extended

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 23, 2020

This year’s Northern Pikeminnow Sport-Reward Fishery, which for 30 years has paid anglers to catch qualifying northern pikeminnow in the Columbia River basin, has been extended through Oct. 11 at select registration stations. In addition, the program has increased incentives for anglers to help reduce the number of these predatory fish where threatened or endangered salmon or steelhead may be present.
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Reader photo: Planning ahead

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Off the grid: The inevitable death of a mother

There are entire manuals available on how to deal with the emotional fallout of the impending doom of our planet. Some might argue they were written for the snowflakes, but now I hope there are a few extra copies for me.