Optimum Scouting Annual NFL Draft Guide is my choice!

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I don’t often recommend a product on my site.  However, the Optimum Scouting Annual NFL Draft Guide is not only the best value on the Internet; it is written by Eric Galko, a regular on my show and fellow draft geek I trust.

 The draft is always fluid.  Player ratings rise and fall right up to the day of the draft.  I am kind of new at analyzing the draft.  I have only been doing it since 1960.  This season is most fluid and controversial I have seen in years.

 The cost is very reasonable at just $5.99.  But what makes the Optimum Scouting Annual NFL Draft Guide such a great value is the fact that it is the most up to date guide available.   Traditional print draft guides were written months ago.  They do not have up to date information.

 The Optimum Scouting Annual NFL Draft Guide was completed just this week and is up to date as any draft guide can be.  Eric’s team has the experience and expertise to do the job right.  I recommend the Optimum Scouting Annual NFL Draft Guide to all my listeners and readers.  It is available at http://www.optimumscouting.com/uncatagorized/it-s-ready-get-your-copy-of-our-2013-nfl-draft-guide.html.  Be ready for the draft and check it out.

  That’s what I think.  Tell me what you think.

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An Instructional Guide on How to Use Hiking Water Filters During Hiking Trips

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Although hiking can be a wonderful and exciting experience, there are also some challenges that can be met along the way in engaging in this activity. One major problem is being able to gain access to drinking water that is clean and safe. Yes it is true that there are numerous bodies of water out there such as rivers, ponds, lakes and streams. However, these water sources are not completely safe. There is a great possibility that they have organisms and other contaminants in them. Due to this reason, a water filter could be a great piece of camping gear. Do you know how to use one? If not, here is a guide that you can follow on how to use hiking water filters

Before anything else, you must first prepare the following; a toothbrush, iodine tablets and water filter. When all of these are ready, what you need to do first is to select a filter. Make sure that the filter you bought is of good quality and is one that has the ability to fight water parasites and other substances. Choose one that has a 1 micron or less pore size. Now if you already have the water filter in your hands get the manual and read the instructions. It would really help a lot if you become familiar with the instructions in it. Bring this manual with you to your trip.

Once the water supply is already nearby, get some water and place it inside your filter. Be sure to use clear running water. However, if this type of water is hard to find, just let the debris in the water gather first. Once this is done, scrub them off. It is only normal that your filter would experience some clogging so don’t worry if this happens. You can now use the toothbrush to help you in accomplishing this task. Wash your filter in order to ensure that it is already clean once you use it again. Always use these steps when using hiking water filters and you will do just fine.

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