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Our Favorite Festivals this Fall

With a world of festivals at your fingertips, you have everything from classic summer camp games to rugged bouldering sessions to pick from. We’ve rounded up our favorite outdoorsy parties for this fall, so choosing is a little easier. Whether you’re interested in deepening your yoga practice or dancing ’til …

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Camp Recipe: Dutch Oven Raspberry Cake

Prepared in a Dutch oven, this delicious raspberry cake allows you to enjoy a fresh home-baked cake, outside. One of the things we love the most about cooking in a Dutch oven is the ability to produce baked goods wherever our adventures take us. However, it does have a bit …

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The Story Behind the Azulay Brothers

In 2010, Argentine brothers and surfers Julián and Joaquín Azulay were in Los Angeles, California, during a trip to visit their older brother. In their free time, Julián, then 24, and Joaquín, then 22, explored southern California and surfed in the Pacific Ocean at every opportunity. When it was time …

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What the Management Plan Means for Bears Ears

Southeastern Utah is known for its rock climbing, river rafting, hiking and camping, as well as cultural resources for Native American tribes with thousands of archaeological sites. The Bears Ears area—named for two tall buttes that resemble a bear’s head peeking over a ridge—is also a wonderland of buried fossils …

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Campworthy: Fire-Grilled Salmon | REI Co-op Journal

Recipe: Fire-Grilled SalmonSubmitted by: Jake F.Hometown: Seattle, WA What do you love about this recipe? My wife and I enjoy camping and fishing all over Washington in the fall. It’s also one of the best times to catch salmon. And if you’re lucky enough to catch something, this recipe never fails. The herb mixture …

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Camp Recipe: Pie Iron Pizza Pocket

For many, the pie iron is a nostalgic piece of campfire cooking equipment that brings back memories of family trips, summer camp, and wholesome fun outdoors. It is also the easiest way to enjoy your own personal pizza pocket. So, what are you waiting for?  While there are endless iterations …

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Why Deficit Deadlifts Are Good For Building Strength

Deficit deadlifts are a controversial exercise. Some people swear by them as a way to improve their traditional deadlifts. Others are adamant that they are too dangerous. When performed correctly, deficit deadlifts are perfectly safe, and they can be a helpful addition to your lifting routine. Here’s what you need …

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Campworthy: Tuna Casserole | REI Co-op Journal

Recipe: Camp Tuna CasseroleSubmitted by: April J.Hometown: Boulder, CO What do you love about this recipe? This is the kind of meal you can make once and enjoy again for lunch or dinner the next day. It holds up well in the cooler and it’s even good cold the next day. It …

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Many Reasons Why We Need to Drink More Water – Born 2 Impress

Review Or Sample Copy Disclosure A heatwave is a period of excessively hot weather, which may be accompanied by high humidity, especially in oceanic climate countries. While definitions vary, a heatwave is usually measured relative to the usual weather in the area and relative to normal temperatures for the season” …

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Camp Recipe: Vegan BBQ Jackfruit Slider

Sweet, smoky, and tangy, these jackfruit sliders are a great vegan alternative for your next BBQ cookout! Jackfruit used to be a real specialty ingredient. We remember seeing one for the first time at a Vietnamese grocery store in Los Angeles. It was absolutely massive! At the time, we had …

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LuLaroe Must-Have Summer Dresses for 2019 – Born 2 Impress

  Review Or Sample Copy Disclosure It is summer—and a very hot one, I might add—which means it is time for some summertime shopping. This year, I made a point of finding comfortable, easy-to-wear dresses that will wow without giving up comfort. The Timeless Midi Dress A mid-length dress is …

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