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Blog - Tag: explore

By Lisa Landes, 10/02/2018 - 13:57
Tailgating after a hike

After a long day hike, an afternoon climb or a 5 to 6-hour bike ride getting back into the car and traveling back home (usually in traffic) can be a huge downer. You might be hungry for some hot food, or maybe wearing moist clothes from sweating or being caught in a storm - either way - the drive can be quite unpleasant. When planning your adventurous day, the drive home can be the last thing on your mind - but fear not! We have all you need to make that journey back just a little bit more bearable! 

 

By Lisa Landes, 07/09/2018 - 15:03
Group sitting on the beach in Blue Ridge Chair Work's chairs with a beach umbrella

There are so many joys to camping. With the star-lit sky, early morning birds, campfire smells and good times with friends, the only way to top all of that is to also be on the water - especially with summer in full heat. Leave the sounds machines at home and opt for the sounds of nature this season. From cliff diving to soaking in the rays, check out some of the relaxing vibes at these campgrounds.

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By Lisa Landes, 05/28/2018 - 14:25
Marshmallows over a campfire

Whenever you are camping or pursuing an outdoor adventure, you need some brain food to keep you energized and healthy food that will strengthen and revitalize you. Camping food does not have to only include protein bars or snack mixes. In fact, this article will help you take the best camping food with you, starting with some easy snacks to tasty meals that are simple to prepare.

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By Lisa Landes, 05/21/2018 - 11:00
A yellow car with its trunk open, a tent next to it and 2 blue ridge chair sitting outside

Different forms of camping styles provide an array of ways to enjoy the outdoors. From car camping, to backpacking into the wilderness, to kayaking to an island for some solitude, each camping method requires different gear and prerequisites. Car camping is a great way to enjoy the outdoors even if you are in a campsite next to someone else you can still hear the crickets at night and enjoy the stars in the sky. (A nearby bathroom is always nice too!!). While this may be considered an easier form of camping, a decent amount of gear is still required to really enjoy the night in style.

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By Lisa Landes, 01/30/2018 - 10:54
person walking through the snow with crampons

Hiking and enjoying the outdoors is more than just a hobby for us. It’s a passion. Waiting until the warmer months just isn’t an option! Winter hiking has it’s benefits from the silence of the snow to the less crowded trails and open spaces. Of course, the winter will scare some away, but as long as you are prepared there is no reason to fret!

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By Lisa Landes, 12/08/2017 - 13:31
picture of an empty road on flat land heading straight

There's the tiny home movement, those that prefer #vanlife, and then the camping nomads - but what about classic RV Life? The plain and simple recreational vehicle? Exploring the world by RV doesn't get much better. Here are our top 5 spots that need to be on your bucket list.

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