Book Review: Closer To The Ground by Dylan Tomine

Book Review: Closer To The Ground by Dylan Tomine

For the lovers of adventure and those who find joy living in a part of the world with four distinct seasons, Closer to the Ground takes you on a journey where the destination is not important. Author Dylan Tomine is an ex fly fishing guide, conservation advocate, Patagonia ambassador and father but
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To Have and to Hold

To Have and to Hold

Our oceans are filling up with plastic and it's no secret that single use plastic water bottles have a lot to do with that. When was the last time you used one of these cheap bottles, likely filled with tap water at the factory? I'm proud to say that it's been many years for me. No waste. No carbon cost of manufacturing or recycling. No guilt.
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Pukaskwa Coastal Hike

Pukaskwa Coastal Hike

My husband Grant and I finally got around to hiking this trail after starting planning in 2007. The extra 12 years of long distance hiking came in handy for this trail since it is a challenge in every way.
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Arizona Hiking & Cycling with Friends

Arizona Hiking & Cycling with Friends

We traveled with a group of friends to do some day hiking and cycling in Arizona with the plan of getting enough time on our boots to take on the challenge of The Grand Canyon in one day for our grand finale!
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Get Outside - Bring the Kids!

Get Outside - Bring the Kids!

In light of our current circumstances it's difficult to get your kids outside especially when working from home. This blog gives you great ideas about what you can do now and in the future with your children to get outside.
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POW - The Art of Imperfect Advocacy

POW - The Art of Imperfect Advocacy

So, there’s this little organization that is called Protect Our Winters and in their own words are on a mission to turn passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates and they believe that their love of adventure in nature demands participation in the fight to protect it.
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