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1 HOUR AGO - Sunset

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Sunset celebrates the great outdoors

Sunset celebrates the great outdoors A decade-by-decade look at 110 years of grandeur, glamping, and good times in the outdoors on our magazine covers

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10 HOURS AGO - Houzz

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To-Dos: Your April Home Checklist (9 photos)

After the grueling winter some regions experienced this winter, many folks are itching to get outdoors and feel a little sun this spring. No matter where you live, answer spring’s siren call with these cleaning, freshening and gardening projects to keep your home in top shape.

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MAR 30, 2015 - Outdoor Life

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Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Spies

Illustration by Michael Byers As a hunter, I have always maintained that if the right opportunity presented itself on a game animal, I wouldn’t hesitate for a second. I’d take the shot, then and there, before my quarry could slip away. But this sensible philosophy directly conflicts with my chosen line of work. As the host of an outdoors TV ...

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MAR 29, 2015 - Dwell

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Minimal North Carolina Home Built for a Tech-Forward West Coast Couple

The Clark family residence in Raleigh, North Carolina, was designed around the Series 600 multi-slide window walls from Western Window Systems, a rarity in the southeast. Project  Clark Court Architect  In Situ Design The minimalist cube, nestled into a ridge in a 1960s subdivision outside of Raleigh, North Carolina, is surrounded by clusters of golden beeches, scads of scarlet dogwoods, ...

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MAR 28, 2015 - Dwell

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A Wooden House Extension that Looks Like a Sculpture

The property is not just steep, but also narrow, which limited the type of scenery and sunlight the previous addition's rooms enjoyed. Kennon engineered the west side of the new house to zigzag inward, permitting both south- and west-facing windows in each section. The slanted western windows also tilt slightly north, which brings in more light. “That’s how you can get ...

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