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REVIEW: ESS Data Recovery


ESS Data Recovery is my new favorite company!

Ever had your hard drive crash? Did you lose thousands of pictures, videos and documents important to you? I did, 2 months after my laptop warranty expired. I went to a bunch of companies who gave me outrageous quotes to get my information retrieved. I didn’t have that kind of money. I was not a happy camper.

I resigned to never see the adventure videos or thousands of pictures I had taken since 2007. Images from travels to Machu Piccu in Peru, Argentina, Italy, Ethiopia and climb of Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa would live only in my memory.

Then a friend recommended ESS Data Recovery. Skeptical, I called the phone number. A really nice, and patient, customer service guy, named Joseph, answered the phone. He listened. He wasn’t arrogant or promising they could retrieve the information on my corrupted hard drive, but would see what they could do. I was told to go to any UPS store and they would ship my hard drive to ESS Data Recovery for free. Joseph followed up upon receipt. He said they could get most of the data, but probably not all of it. He quoted me a reasonable price and said what they could not retrieve the % would be deducted from my bill.

A week later, 90% of my data was recovered and in my possession. As I went through old documents, pictures and videos there were many I had forgotten about. It was a pleasant surprise to see them again.
So from one friend to another, if your hard drive crashes and data is corrupted, go to ESS Data Recovery. They are friendly, helpful, follow-up and affordable.

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Alaska HDTV announces Payge McMahon will be a Special Guest Host on upcoming Iditarod episodes


Alaska HDTV, Alaska’s most watched adventure show, has announced it will be shooting 5 upcoming episodes with Adventure Athlete, Payge McMahon as special guest host.   When asked about the upcoming project, Scott Slone, President of Alaska HDTV said in a statement:

“A mutual friend in the lower 48 told me about Payge.  I checked her out and man, what she does is cool!  Her enthusiasm for life and positive energy is what we need on TV!  She inspires so many people to get off their butts and try new things.  It is going to be fun working with her on these upcoming episodes!”

Shooting will begin the 1st week in March and will cover the events leading up to and including the world famous, 39th Annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.  Expect lots of action, fun interviews and culture shock as Payge travels over 4,000 miles for lots of FIRSTS!  It will be her first time in Alaska, dog sledding and experiencing all the craziness around the Iditarod festivities.  It is going to be a fun ride so come on board!

For more information: www.alaskahdtv.com

Self Reliance Illustrated’s February issue features Payge’s article, “A Hog, A Mountain and Joe Gibbs”


Just in time for the Super Bowl, the 2nd issue of Self Reliance Illustrated is coming out this week! It will feature, “A Hog, A Mountain & Joe Gibbs”, Payge McMahon’s story of climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, one of the 7 summits, with former Super Bowl, Washington Redskins’ Hog, Ken Huff.   As in every issue, you can also check out her polular outdoor advice column, “Ask Payge.”

Self Reliance Illustrated is the premier outdoor, and all things wilderness, magazine by Discovery Channel’s, Dual Survivor, Dave Canterbury.  To subscribe go to: www.selfrelianceillustrated.comWatch Full Movie Streaming Online and Download

4th Annual Tiger & Tails Ball added to schedule


Payge McMahon will be attending the 4th Annual Tiger & Tails Ball on Saturday, February 26th at the Washington Duke Inn in Durham, NC on behalf of  The Carolina Tiger Rescue organization,  a 501(c)3 nonprofit wildlife sanctuary whose mission is saving and protecting wild cats in captivity and in the wild. Carolina Tiger Rescue is open to the public for guided tours, by reservation only.  The Tiger & Tails Ball is one of their biggest fundraisers of the year.

When adventure athlete and volunteer enthusiast, Payge McMahon, was asked about her participation in the big fundraiser she said,  “you don’t have to travel across oceans to volunteer and work to save our endangered species.   Carolina Tiger Rescue is right in our backyard!  They are an amazing organization and I encourage everyone to get involved.” 

Located outside Raleigh, NC on 55 acres, Carolina Tiger Rescue has 72 animals of 6 different species: tigers, caracals, servals, ocelots, binturongs, and kinkajous.  The organization currently employs 9 full-time and 2 part-time staff, including a veterinarian in addition to 100 active volunteers.  For more information: www.carolinatigerrescue.org

Payge reviews the 2011 CamelBak Highwire 25


Popular outdoor, on-line magazine Woods Monkey (www.woodsmonkey.com), recently nabbed gear expert and writer, Payge McMahon as an ongoing contributing author.   She kicks off her Woods Monkey reviews with the 2011 CamelBak’s Highwire 25 backpack.  To read her detailed review go to:  http://www.woodsmonkey.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=591:2011-camelbak-highwire-25&catid=38:packs-bags-a-pouches&Itemid=58