Archives / 2013 / July

What Not to Wear: Climbing in Hot Weather

Ideas & Advice / Rock Climbing

Doing anything outside when it’s really hot can be uncomfortable, and climbing in hot weather is no exception. You may not get quite as sweaty as you do during other activities, but you’ll still get pretty ripe, and wearing... Read More »

Roof Rack Advice|How To Avoid a Gear-Wrenching Mistake

Cycling / Ideas & Advice / Paddling / Uncategorized

When it comes to roof rack advice, specifically, the topic of how to remember you have bikes, kayaks or a cargo box on the roof before you pull into an unforgiving garage, I’m embarrassed to say I know what... Read More »

Movie Review: Mile…Mile and a Half

Backpacking / Outdoor Adventure (Unique lifestyle/travel/personal experience)

 The 211 miles of the John Muir Trail pass through the crown jewels of America’s park system: Sequoia, John Muir and Ansel Adams Wildernesses, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks. While California is known for its mild climate, the... Read More »

Bigfoot Spotting Infographic

Ideas & Advice

From serious documentaries to hilarious beef jerky ads, the Legend of Bigfoot has amazed and amused us for generations. Growing up in the 1970s, this elusive creature was pretty much everywhere. Leonard Nimoy broke down grainy video footage and... Read More »

Tips for Kayaking with a Toddler

Ideas & Advice / Paddling

We love to spend a summer afternoon kayaking; in fact, one of my husband’s goals is to kayak every lake and pond in NH. When Jacey was born, we struggled to find a way to stay on the water.... Read More »

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