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Trail Mix – Tyler Grant

Flatpicking maestro Tyler Grant swings by the Trail Mix blog this week to chat about his new record with Robin Kessinger. The post Trail Mix – Tyler Grant appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn

Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine is proud to present the 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn on Saturday, October 6, 2018! It’s that time of year again, time to celebrate the changing of the seasons by hitting the trails for the annual Blue Ridge Burn trail run. This race is part of a host of events taking place at […] The post The 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Festival Recap: Gauley Fest 2018

The paddling world is easing its collective hangover this week.  Gauley Fest 2018 has come to a close. Read about it in our latest blog right here! The post Festival Recap: Gauley Fest 2018 appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Are you drinking coal ash?

LouAnn Watkins just wants drinking water without cancer-causing toxins. A 2016 test of her home’s well water found levels of a potent carcinogen, hexavalent chromium, more than four times the level that had recently prompted “do not drink” warnings from the state. The culprit Watkins and other residents suspect the network of ash ponds at […] The post Are you drinking coal ash appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The Yeti

Ultra guru Jason Green brings a new vibe to the trail running scene. Jason Green has an infectious passion for running ultra long-distances in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and he’s spread that excitement from one corner of Appalachia to runners across the country, and beyond. The number of ultramarathons (marathons over 26 miles) has […] The post The Yeti appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn

With two locations, a bike rental shop, and a cycling app, the Swamp Rabbit Inn is changing the way cyclists do Greenville. This is not your traditional BnB. It’s hot in Greenville, S.C., today. My plan of riding 20 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail melting away as the mercury rises. Instead, I get to […] The post Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


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Trail Mix – Tyler Grant

Flatpicking maestro Tyler Grant swings by the Trail Mix blog this week to chat about his new record with Robin Kessinger. The post Trail Mix – Tyler Grant appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn

Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine is proud to present the 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn on Saturday, October 6, 2018! It’s that time of year again, time to celebrate the changing of the seasons by hitting the trails for the annual Blue Ridge Burn trail run. This race is part of a host of events taking place at […] The post The 23rd Annual Blue Ridge Burn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Festival Recap: Gauley Fest 2018

The paddling world is easing its collective hangover this week.  Gauley Fest 2018 has come to a close. Read about it in our latest blog right here! The post Festival Recap: Gauley Fest 2018 appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Are you drinking coal ash?

LouAnn Watkins just wants drinking water without cancer-causing toxins. A 2016 test of her home’s well water found levels of a potent carcinogen, hexavalent chromium, more than four times the level that had recently prompted “do not drink” warnings from the state. The culprit Watkins and other residents suspect the network of ash ponds at […] The post Are you drinking coal ash appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The Yeti

Ultra guru Jason Green brings a new vibe to the trail running scene. Jason Green has an infectious passion for running ultra long-distances in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and he’s spread that excitement from one corner of Appalachia to runners across the country, and beyond. The number of ultramarathons (marathons over 26 miles) has […] The post The Yeti appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn

With two locations, a bike rental shop, and a cycling app, the Swamp Rabbit Inn is changing the way cyclists do Greenville. This is not your traditional BnB. It’s hot in Greenville, S.C., today. My plan of riding 20 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail melting away as the mercury rises. Instead, I get to […] The post Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


SKU-615257 Mountain Woods Furniture Aspen Log Cedar Chest - Natural from Cabelas  sku

Mountain Woods Furniture Aspen Log Cedar Chest - Natural - 615257 by Mountain Woods Furniture

Item description: This Hunting Home Furnishing product is by Mountain Woods Furniture - The unique character and rich, natural hues of 100% pure Rocky Mountain Aspen gives this chest a look thats as rustic as it is elegant. Each handcrafted piece in this spectacular set bears natures own markings, so no two are exactly alike. It is hand-sanded, kiln-dried and finished with a protective layer of beeswax, linseed oil and other organic materials. Surfaces that are likely to get wet are also finished with an extra layer of waterproof polyurethane. Log chest has a removable cedar lining. Made in USA. Dimensions: 48 x 24 x 25. * = Quickship item. (Quick Ship items will be delivered within 3-5 weeks upon receipt of order.) Note:Dimensions are approximate due to slight inherent variations in lumber. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Color: Natural. Type: Dressers.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Mountain Woods Furniture

Keywords: Indoor Furniture

Category: Home Furnishing

$1,899.99

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