Outdoor Life

LETTERS

Spring Slam

I have to say that when I read the Editor’s Journal, I was skeptical. The news that I would not be receiving OL as frequently was disappointing, as I am always pleased when I open my mailbox to find the latest copy. I must say, however, that I don’t remember an issue I enjoyed more or read faster. I’m more of an armchair adventurer than anything else, and the number and variety of lengthier stories in the Spring issue made it most enjoyable for me.

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