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The Wild & Scenic Film Festival could be coming to your town pretty soon. There's a good chance, too, that you and your family will love it. This is a touring version of the much larger festival ...
Five minutes of people performing super phenomenal wicked bizarre crazy awesome feats far beyond David Letterman's Stupid Human Tricks. You're going to grin. Big. *** The Sunday Morning ...
All good things come to an end, even cute diaper bags. Over a year ago my wife Brooke posted about the JJ Cole sling diaper bag, and since then we get a constant flow of emails from ladies who want ...
I resisted a minivan for years. Instead I preferred to shove a kid, a dog, a weeks worth of camping/outdoor gear (and on one occasion 3 chickens) into or on top of our wagon. There was zero floor ...
Yes, cardboard box. What? Why are you laughing? Because I receive a good number of emails about our 12-volt fridge/freezer that we have in our truck, I posted earlier five things you should know ...
Artwork by Seth Neilson If hanging out outside isn't about food and happiness, then what is it about? I'm sure we all know that the magical combination of graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow ...
Much as I appreciate dirtbagging, and much as I appreciate my own outfitted truck, I don't see much wrong with just browsing the menu from time to time. At the end of the day, or, rather, come my ...
At camp we don't let a 3-year-old halfling picky eater dictate what we'll cook for ourselves. We're wine drinkers, as you may know,  and we like spicy food. Neither of which are for our daughter. And ...
Created on Wed Jun 15, 2011
My wife and I always used to pack along a sleeve of disposable 12-oz Solo cups for those camping road trips until we came to our senses. I'm on a personal campaign to cut my consumption of disposable ...
We're on the tail end of a tiling project at our house right now that's kept us locked in suburbia and indebted to Home Depot's foresight to build a store just a mile and some change from our front ...
I commute 44 miles to-and-from work every day of the week, and a couple of days I'm also in charge of drop-off-and-pick-up for my daughter who is in pre-school. Her school is five miles in the opposite ...
Created on Mon May 2, 2011
Photo via saddletramps You might know about my little fondness for campers. Vehicles with not just living space on board, but a sense of style that taps into the heart of your inner creature (or your ...
No matter what we become, it's like we just can't get away from the simple fact that we must pay homage to our parents for turning us into the creatures we grow up to be. Liz Clark learned to sail ...
I know all the usual responses to why many families - not all, just many - avoid camping based adventure trips. "Can't stand bugs." "Cold sucks." "I hate it when my kids get so dirty." And surely ...
Created on Thu Apr 21, 2011
... for weeks at a time, and rarely contracted himself with gainful employment. This lifestyle sustained him; he loved it. He was 42 years old when he did marry, and I'll avoid using the term "settled down." ...
This meal, combining the healthy protein of shrimp with a Latin-style vegetable blend of serrano peppers, onion, cilantro, red pepper, and garlic packs quite a nutrient-rich, sensory-loaded punch. Prepare ...
Created on Mon Apr 11, 2011
Slacklining: first you say, "Oh, I'm too old to do this. I look like a fool." And it kind of resembles an idle waste of time, much the way skateboarding did to adults 20 years ago when we kids were ...
What I love most about this video is that it's a video. Keith Ladzinski brings us all the joy we can handle from the easy side of the keyboard without having to haul our keisters to ground zero ...

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