January 06, 2021
As the COVID-19 pandemic steamrolled its way through 2020, life for many Americans changed drastically as family gatherings, daily work, group meetings, and even the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays were changed, postponed, and even canceled.
No one was immune to the disruption brought about by the deadly coronavirus sweeping the globe, including outdoors enthusiasts and the industry that they support. And now, with 2020 having finally given way to 2021, the effects of the pandemic continue to be felt with the dawn of a New Year.
And that includes a longtime fixture on the annual outdoors calendar, the early year