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    Featured Articles from the Summer 2008 Issue

    Out Here Magazine - Summer 2008

    Home On The Range

    When Chuck Knibbe makes his way among Texas Hill Country shrubs, persimmon and cypress trees, meadows, and live oaks to check his cattle, he's continuing a ritual performed for 150 years by generations of Knibbes before him.

    Hans Knibbe's original 22,000-acre ranch has been divided among heirs with each passing generation, but on Chuck's piece of ground, most things remain constant: the rolling landscape, occasional droughts, grazing cattle.

    And a commitment to the land.

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    Get Connected By Eating Locally

    Four San Francisco women started the locavore movement in 2005, encouraging people to eat food produced within a 100-mile radius of where they live. The movement aims to mobilize consumers to use their grocery buying power to redirect dollars to local farming. The idea has spread quickly. "Locavore" was the New Oxford American Dictionary's 2007 Word of the Year, and local chapters have sprouted up around the country.

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    Banish Electric Bills By Going Off The Grid

    Linda Parkinson had found the perfect home site. It was surrounded by redwoods on the banks of Northern California's Mad River, with views stretching out to the Pacific Ocean. The slice of paradise came with a catch, though. It was 20 minutes from town, and hooking up to the power lines was going to cost her $15,000 and leave a line of poles in her front yard. Instead of tying in with the electric company, though, she powered her home with solar panels, keeping it completely self-sufficient and off the grid.

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    The Out Here Workshop: Buy A Healthy Horse

    The true cost in buying a horse isn't in the purchase price. That's just the down payment, so to speak. The true cost is in the upkeep and maintenance for the duration that you have that horse. So if you're looking to buy a cheap horse, well, there's no such thing. If the selling price is temptingly low, there's a reason for that. Spend the money and make the effort to get a purchase exam by a veterinarian.

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    Recipes

    Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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    Pick up a hard copy at your local store and browse here for how to and lifestyle articles, recipes, travel ideas and upcoming events.