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States with the most curling clubs


The list at the end of this post identifies those states with the most established and operating curling clubs. Clubs that are forming, exist only on paper, or which are inactive are not included in these figures. As is evident … Continue reading

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Land uses which are more often found “Up North”


As a regular visitor and now denizen of “Up North,” the following is my list of those land uses that tend to be found more often in northern locales of North America than in other parts of the country. This … Continue reading

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Sports/games that should have been invented


If haggis hurling/tossing can be a sport, so can these. Look for them on a cable channel near you! Stay tuned for more. Slam dunk wiffle ball Reverse role deer hunting Medicine ball shot put Curling hurling Sky-high jumping (with … Continue reading

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Tossing rocks – curling anyone?


While visiting Indianapolis for pre-Super Bowl activities today, USA Curling and the Circle City Curling Club had a fun demonstration right outside the NFL Experience. While you could play in the traditional way because of space constraints, it was fun … Continue reading

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