Walt in PA
Welcome to the blog of Walt White. As the name of the blog implies, I am a Pennsylvania resident. I have a fondness for Firearms, Cigars, and Photography, all of which you will find here on WaltInPA.com. Please feel free to poke around and share my space on the web with your like-minded friends.

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Taking Back My Twitter Account

Taking Back My Twitter Account

Way back in January of 2008 I signed up for a little service called Twitter. The concept seemed strange but I gave it a shot. The more I used Twitter, the more it grew on me. It didn’t take long before I was accumulating thousands of Tweets. Passing the time… — Walt White (@waltw) January […]

Quality Time In The Woods With My Daughter

Quality Time In The Woods With My Daughter

This weekend Stowe Archers was holding our monthly Outdoor 3D Shoot. Things have been kind of crazy at home with the new baby and I wasn’t able to make it out and lend a hand with setup. When I came across some downtime yesterday I decided to run over to the club and range the […]

6 Exercise Conditioning Circuit

6 Exercise Conditioning Circuit

As any father will tell you, especially those with young children, time is a precious commodity. Two months ago my wife gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. With a two month old and a six year old, I found myself in a position that demanded I get creative with my time spent in the […]

Weekly Workout Log: August 8th through August 14th

Weekly Workout Log: August 8th through August 14th

Ever since making the switch from my own re-intense workout routine over to Wendler 5/3/1, these Weekly Workout Logs have come to be a lot less fun to put together. Actually, manually transferring over data from my iPhone App into Google Drive to share the information is kind of a hassle. I’d like to continue […]

Weekly Workout Log: August 1st through August 7th

Weekly Workout Log: August 1st through August 7th

Wendler 5/3/1 While I may only be two weeks into the Boring but Big Template of Wendler 5/3/1, I feel like I’m making solid progress. I’ve been consistently hitting the AMRAP Set Goals and increasing my projected 1-Rep Max Weight. When the next cycle begins I believe my app will use the new weights to […]

Learn From Your Setbacks To Built A Stronger You

Learn From Your Setbacks To Built A Stronger You

When a person makes a decision to lose weight there seems to be a natural progression that takes place. We tend to take the path of least resistance and start with making healthier food choices. We cut back on things like pizza and ice cream, trim down our portions, and opt for fruits and vegetables […]

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