Recreation

The Wildlife Gourmet

By Courtney Hageman

Whether you’re an avid camper, preparing for the zombie apocalypse, or somewhere in-between, being able to spot edible plants is a great life skill to have (just ask Bear Grylls). Here is a brief guide to common edible plants that …

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The Nation’s Top 5 Must-See RV Parks

By Megan Smith

Some of my fondest childhood memories occurred when that magic time of year rolled around. We stared at the clock on the last day of school, waited for the bell to ring its sweet sound — that sound of summer …

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Birdwatching: A “Cheep” and Fun Activity

By Candice Armstrong

Birdwatching is a fun and inexpensive hobby that you can enjoy anywhere. It’s a great way to get outside, get back in touch with nature and experience its beauty. There are thousands of bird species and subspecies, and they vary …

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Float Your Summer Away

By Josh Speiss

Are you looking for a nice cool river to drift down this summer, and to have all your worries float away along with it? It may be just what you need to cool down these hot summer days. Here’s a …

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Six Top States for UFO Sightings

By Angela Tipton

It was a clear, starry night in the late 90s in Southern Washington, when my best friend called me on the phone with excitement claiming that she was seeing a UFO outside. Curious, but skeptical, I took the cordless phone …

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Cool Tips to Beat the Heat this Summer

By LandCentral

Summer is finally here. For many people, that means a few weeks of blissful enjoyment, followed by a few months of complaining about the heat. So don’t let high temperatures ruin your enjoyment of summer’s sunny days. At LandCentral, we …

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Camping Hacks

By Cam Clark

The term “ruffing it” comes in many flavors these days. From Bear Grylls style to “Glamping”, what ever your flavor, these camping hacks are just smart thinking.     Keep your food cool by freezing water bottles or gallon jugs of …

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Great Outdoors Month

Great Outdoors Month

By LandCentral

When President Clinton designated a Great Outdoors Week in 1998, it didn’t take too long before its popularity burst through the confines of a mere seven days into a full month. Last June, almost 900,000 people participated in Great Outdoors …

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Five Popular Snowbird Destinations

By Angela Tipton

Many northern folks enjoy migrating to warmer climates during long, dismal winters.  A popular term used for these residents is “snowbirds.”  They often nest for three months or more far from home, some place where shorts are worn year round …

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