Hammock Camping How-To

I have been a ground dweller for all of my days. When car camping, I do bring along a hammock, although I seldom actually call it home and sleep in it overnight. I think however, I am going to give hammock camping a go, and remove myself from the forest floor as a ground dweller, […]

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Sierra Club & Solar Crowdfunding For the World’s Poor

  Kudos to the Sierra Club for bringing more awareness to green projects like these. The article is a good read, and contains links to projects for how you can help. http://sierraclub.typepad.com/compass/2013/05/sierra-club-solar-crowdfunding-for-the-worlds-poor.html

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Emergency Whistles

Happy Groundhog Day! (~25MB Video Download on that link, you have been warned. Worth it if you have kids!) If you’re not carrying one when you hit the trail… why not? An emergency whistle is an essential piece of signaling equipment which you should bring with you on every hike. Why? Why might you ask? […]

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Support the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

While I do not bike as much as I used to – I am a big believer ion the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy. They have done a lot of work converting thousands of miles of unused train tracks across the country into walking, riding, and equestrian trails. I received an email from them this morning, and thought […]

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