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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is Rays on the Meadow at Sequoia National Park. Sequoia spans over 400,000 acres of breath taking and amazing beauty. Located with in the park is the highest point in the continuous 48, Mount Whitney at 14,505 feet. Sequoia is famous for big trees and the park is the home of 5 of the 10 largest trees in the world.This photo was taken by PDPhotos in September 2003. Click to enlarge.If you would like to send us an image...[More]

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Where will your next adventure take you? If you've got the adventurous side in you, then explore and unleash your wild side. World famous inventor Thomas Edison once said that he always wanted to live out in the woods and live close to nature like every man does. It’s in our blood and it’s his feeble protest against civilization.Between year 1915 and 1924, Edison together with his friends Henry Ford, manufacturer of the famous Ford Automobiles and Harvey Firestone, founder of Firestone tire and Rubber Company took a series of...[More]

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Have you ever tried campfire cooking? It’s one of the best things you can do when camping. Its a wonderful, thrilling adventure with delicious black charred food.Every time I think of campfire cooking, the first thing that comes to mind is toasting marshmallows and roasting hotdogs on stick. Second thing that comes to mind is, warming up pork and beans in a can on a rock, followed by cooking burgers and steaks on a rock. Then of my Boy Scout days of cooking eggs and bacon in a paper bag...[More]

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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is of some Elk. Elk are one of the largest species of deer in the world. Do not confuse Elk with the larger Moose. Elk live in the forest habits and feed on grass, plants, leaves and bark. Male elk have large antlers. This photo was taken by PDPhotos in June 2003. Click to enlarge.If you would like to send us an image for a future Wordless Wednesday post, please contact us. If you or your kid would like...[More]

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Still thinking of an excellent way to spend a day outside and a fulfilling way to get a work out? Why not try hiking?Hiking is a great way to explore nature and wildlife. You will enjoy seeing the beautiful places, as well as, enhancing your knowledge too. Imagine the excitement from hunting, mountaineering and survival experience. It’s a great way to get away from a stressful life and to feel t pure peace while drifting into the wild.Before you go hiking, be sure you are ready. For first time hikers,...[More]

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It’s fair to state that camping trips are very prevalent nowadays. Today, technology is a progressively influential part of our lives, if you have a smart phone, like android and iPhone, then these cool apps may be helpful.Commander Compass (iPhone) A compass is among those most common tool to take out with you when exploring the outdoors, and with Commander Compass you can leave that bulky compass behind.While the native Compass app might be enough to show you where north is, Commander Compass provides a lot of features such as...[More]

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Today's Wordless Wednesday's post is of a San Diego Sunrise it was taken by PDPhotos in December 2003. Click to enlarge.If you would like to send us an image for a future Wordless Wednesday post, please contact us. If you or your kid would like to include a little something about the photo, feel free to pass it on. As always please give us your thoughts on facebook....[More]

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Free camping, also known as “Boondocking” is when you camp with out hookups or any other kind of facilities. Think about it as camping on vacant public land. People choose to boondock for a number of reasons including: save money by not paying for a campsite, or because they prefer to camp alone in nature rather then some crowded campground packed in as sardines.If you don't have the gear or missing certain items I suggest you consider renting it. Sometimes its cheaper to rent, especially if you only need it...[More]

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OvaEasy are great testing eggs, that have a shelf life of 7 years. Having tried other brands, I can tell you most are not thrilling, especially when used alone. However OvaEasy eggs taste good, because they are real eggs.They have two styles: the OvaEasy Whole Egg Crystal and OvaEasy Pop and Cook Eggs. The difference, is the way they are cooked. Egg crystal are a multi-purpose product that can be used in different ways. The pop and cook eggs are microwavable.OvaEasy eggs are preserved by an evaporation process. They are...[More]

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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is of Bryce Canyon Nation Park, located on southwestern Utah. Decipte its name Bryce is not actually a canyon its a collection of giant natural amphitheaters. Bryce's cool geological structure are the result of frost weathering & stream erosion and are called hoodoos. This photo was taken by PDPhotos in July 2003. Click to enlarge.If you would like to send us an image for a future Wordless Wednesday post, please contact us. If you or your kid would like...[More]

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Camping is an adventurous way to get away from city life. So why not enjoy cooking over a campfire, which can be fun and challenging.Before going make sure you are allowed to have fires. Many areas have fire restrictions due to the risk of wild fires. Also many areas no longer allow firewood to be brought in due to the spread of various tree eating beetles. In these areas you have to either buy your wood locally or where allowed collect it. Of course you could also burn charcoal.Camping can...[More]

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There are many different camping tips but they are not a definite thing. They can be broadened over time and the situation, depending on who will be camping. Camping tips can save and lighten your life. Always use your best judgement. First and foremost, make a checklist of everything that will be needed for the camping trip. Make sure, is suitable for the climate you will be camping in. Bring an organizer for the utensils your using. Bring plenty of fresh water to drink, cleanup with, etc for everyone in...[More]

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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Today's Wordless Wednesday's post is of Grizzly Falls, which is near Kings Canyon National Park in California. The falls dramatically drop some 75 feet, and are surrounded by breath taking scenery. This photo comes to us courtesy of PDPhotos. Click to enlarge.If you would like to send us an image for a future Wordless Wednesday post, please contact us. If you or your kid would like to include a little something about the photo, feel free to pass it on. As always please...[More]

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Horatio Nelson Jackson was a physician and automobile pioneer. Horatio’s Drive: America’s First Road Trip is a 2003 documentary directed by Ken Burns. This comes to be the first cross-country automobile journey in the United States. It happened during the summer of 1903. The documentation mainly concentrates on Horatio Nelson Jackson and The Vermont, his car; along with his companion Sewall K. Crocker, his pet pitbull Bud.In 1903, Americans considered automobiles for short trips only. Horatio Nelson Jackson thought in a different way. He even bet fifty dollars, a huge...[More]

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There are many camping tips and tricks, here are a few. Using these tips will make camping easier. It is a hassle for everyone to bring clothes hangers while camping. Instead use wooden cloths pins to hang clothes off a rope. Food is stored in an ice chest, but its annoying to keep adding more and more ice. Instead make your own ice at home, not only is it cheaper it often will last longer then store bought ice. For example, you can make ice by freezing water bottles, later...[More]

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