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11 of the Best Summer Camp Experiences for Adults

11 of the Best Summer Camp Experiences for Adults

8 min read

Whether you attended day or sleepover camp, had friends or neighbors who went, or have a vision of camp life from watching movies, you most likely consider it a summer pass time exclusively for kids. Times are changing, and adult summer camps are popping up from Maine to LA. These are the best summer camps for adults across the US, and some ways to bring the summer camp vibe home if you aren't able to get away.
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high angle from a rock - looking across a forest at a woman standing with her arms open looking up at trees - forest bathing

How To Go Forest Bathing

8 min read

Do you know about forest bathing? It began in Japan and is now popular the world over. Here we'll tell you what forest bathing is, how to go forest bathing, where to go forest bathing, and even how you can forest bathe if you don't have access to a forest.
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giant sand dunes with bright blue sky behind at Great Sand Dunes National Park Colorado USA

7 Things To Know About Visiting The 423 US National Parks & Park Sites

14 min read

Tips for visiting the 63 US National Parks and 423 National Park sites. Information on 2021 fee-free days at national parks, national park pass costs, free national parks, national parks requiring reservations in 2021, national parks that allow dogs and other pets, national parks you can fly to, national parks you can drive through, and sites that are part of the US National Park system.
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Pine cones and pine needles in a basket for pine needle tea

How To Make Pine Needle Tea

3 min read

A very easy, step-by-step, photo-illustrated recipe for making vitamin C & A filled pine needle tea. The humble pine offers up health benefits in a cup. This shows you how to do it.
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Staying Lit Through January – Why Denver’s Christmas Lights Stay On (And On)

Staying Lit Through January – Why Denver’s Christmas Lights Stay On (And On)

4 min read

Wondering why Denverites don't take down their outdoor holiday lights at the start of the year? It's connected to the Stock Show. Just under a century ago, Denver was known as the "Christmas Capitol of the World." We tell the whole story, starting in 1906, in a few, quick-to-read paragraphs.

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What To Pack for a Ski or Snowboarding Trip

What To Pack For A Ski Trip

11 min read

Learn exactly what to pack for your winter trip to the mountains - including equipment & gear, what to wear in town for aprés ski, and how to dress for your lodging – with Pro Tips on the how to pack smartly and efficiently. The best way to pack for this season's ski or snowboarding getaway. Includes a downloadable free, printable Ski Trip Packing Checklist for keeping track of everything you need to bring. This is the absolute best list for packing for this season's ski or snowboarding getaway.
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What is the spirit of the west? Musings on the idea of the contemporary American West.

Mystique of the West - musings on a cultural meaning

3 min read

How do we define Western spirit today? Is it in the landscape, athleticism, or the romance applied to it by American cinema? Is it heritage, independence, charisma and grit? We take a moment to consider the definition of western mystique in contemporary western culture, and why it's still alive. With film clips too!
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