I have joined a group of bloggers who are celebrating the anniversary of the Antiquities Act by writing a blog post about our National Parks Monuments, and Historic Sites. Without this act’s formation many of our favorite locations to hike and adventure in would not exist. I thought it appropriate to talk about 4 lesser […]

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How to keep mosquitoes away while camping? We’ve collected remedies and methods, some of which have been around since your grandparents while others are courtesy of folks to think outside the repellent. Read this list twice if you’re a frequent target. Memorize it if mosquitoes seem to have your number on speed dial. Those smelly […]

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“I found a great house on a corner lot!” These enthusiastic words came from my wife, the landscape fanatic. I knew our search for a house was over. A corner lot meant more land, and more land meant more trees. This neglected little house on a big lot had only 2 trees – and one […]

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The War Against Mosquitoes: Take No Prisoners! It was bound to happen: The American Mosquito Control Association must have gotten fed up with endless bad press mosquitoes have received over time, so they added a Fun Facts page to their website. Mosquitoes and fun? As the Robot in the film “Lost in Space” and characters […]

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Though some of you may decry the idea of working while camping, it’s worth noting that for many freelancers and modern professionals, camping and working aren’t an either/or proposition. It’s something that they can do at the same time – so long as they do a little bit of planning ahead of time. If you’re […]

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Now that summer is here, many of us are thinking about booking up trips and holidays. While some will be heading to the seaside or to bustling city destinations, others are looking for something more adventurous such as a hiking trip. This type of vacation is a great way to enjoy the fresh air during […]

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I have a guilty secret to share with you: I hate tents. There, I’ve said it. My kudos as a trekker and lover of the outdoors may never recover but I can no longer live with the lie, the pretence, that camping in a tent is fun. Sleeping is one of life’s great pleasures, but […]

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Some adventures you just can not fully express in the written word. So Instead I put together a video photo montage of the trip. Enjoy! To learn more about #LHX2017 and the upcoming #LHX2018 adventure please visit Brian Ford’s website Hikebyfaith.com. He is the organizer of this awesome event. Related Posts: Giving back, helping our […]

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I have joined a group of bloggers who are celebrating the anniversary of the Antiquities Act by writing a blog post about our National Parks Monuments, and Historic Sites. Without this act’s formation many of our favorite locations to hike and adventure in would not exist. I thought it appropriate to talk about 4 lesser […]

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Why Spring Time is the Perfect Season for Camping Warmer weather is finally here, so it’s time to start thinking about your springtime camping trips.  Now, we know what you’re thinking — summer is the best time for camping because the kids are out of school and that’s when everyone takes their vacation time, but […]

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According to Outside, arriving unprepared is the real reason why hikers get into trouble, especially in areas like Mount Washington, where inclement weather and dangerous terrain puts hikers in danger. Heading out without the proper supplies, slick-soled sneakers and no emergency provisions can turn your hike into a disaster before you ever get started. But […]

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