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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is a squirrel chowing down at Sequoia National Park. This photo was taken by PDPhotos in September 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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Need power for camping? Gas generator, solar power, and batteries are all traditional options. However, now there is a new option hydrogen fuel cells.Horizon has invented a pocket-sized fuel cell for personal use. The Horizon MiniPak is one cool product to create electricity in remote locations. It will bring virtually unlimited run time for your electronics.It uses hydrostik which is, a environmentally friendly, disposable cartridge that can be used multiple times. It is very different from other fuel cartridges for fuel cells. The thing about this hydrostik, is that it...[More]

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Nobody wants to have an accident during a road trip, but it is always possible and smart to take precautionary measures before it happens. Gathering emergency supplies before going isn't very fun but it's quick to do. Besides, it is for the whole family’s safety. If an unfortunate event happens, having a contingency plan will help you handle the stress and think clearly.The top 15 things to bring on a road trip are: Maps or GPS. In case you get lost or stranded a map or gps will help you...[More]

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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is of the moon at Zion National Park which is located in the south western corner of Utah, about an hour from ST. George. It was discovered by the Mormons around 1858, but native Americans inhabit the area long before that. The parks main feature is a 15 mile long canyon that is half a mile deep. Elevations range from 3,666 feet up to 8,726 feet allowing for a deserve range of wildlife, nature and scenery. This includes 289...[More]

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If you are looking for a personal water filter for your next adventure then LifeStraw is what you need.Lifestraw lets you have safe drinking water in an instant. No matter where you go on a hiking, fishing, or hunting, you can now drink directly from rivers and lakes. It’s very easy to use. You can just put the lower part of the straw in the water and sip through the other end and wallah, safe drinking water in an instant. It is easy to carry and it doesn’t need electrical...[More]

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Many enjoy having a campfire while camping, but keeping it feed with wood can be an arm burning chore. Did you ever wish there was a device other then a long branch to make it easier to adjust the wood in your fire?The heavy duty log tweezers, from our friends at “The Perfect Campfire Grill”, are used to move hot logs around in the campfire. It's important to have even heat when your cooking over a campfire. Adjusting the wood in a fire also helps air get in, allowing the...[More]

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P { margin-bottom: 0.08in; }Todays Wordless Wednesday's post is of a barn at Grand Teton National Park. Grand Teton NP is located in Wyoming and has roughly 310,000 acres. The park is only 10 miles from Yellowstone National Park. Human history in the region dates back some 11,000 years and is the home of the nomadic hunter-gather Paleo Indians. Gran Teton National Park was established in 1929 to protect the major peaks of the Teton mountain range.This photo was taken by PDPhotos in June 2004. Click to...[More]

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My best friends 6 year old daughter wrote this blog for me. I liked it so much I just had to it share it with all of you. Show your support by leaving her comments :) Camping is fun. You can sleep in a tent or an RV. You will cook on a campfire. You will get to see trees, owls and stars. When you want to go to sleep, just get some hot milk. If you want to go outside, get out of your tent and go see nature...[More]

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Going camping with the lads for treks in the wilderness, would not be complete without games to play around the camp fire. The ones you choose to play depend entirely on the people you are with at the time. If you are with a young family for example, you're more likely to bring out the games they are familiar with: Duck, Duck, Goose, I Spy and Tag. You can get away with a lot more when you're with a group of lads over the age of 20 though. For the...[More]

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If you are planning to go on a camping trip and it is your first time, then you will need some camping gear. I know the first thing that you will want to do is go to your favorite local sports store and buy your gear. But did you know that there is another option besides from buying your own camping gear? You read it right! There is another option! In addition to buying your own camping gear; you could also rent it.The biggest downside on buying your own camping...[More]

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There is a 1992 movie called “SideKicks” staring Chuck Norris about a high school kid who is being bullied, having a rough go in school do to his continuous fantasies and of course idolizes Chuck Norris. One of his teachers takes him under her wing and introduces him to her Uncle who teaches him karate. Through learning karate and the other lessons the uncle, teacher and dad share he gains self confidences, overcomes the asthma holding him back, and finds purpose in his life.At the end of the movie is...[More]

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Have you ever noticed in the movies, the hero is faced with a life changing event. These events are always life and death, the world is going to end kind of circumstances. Yet, in real life no matter how much you wish for such events to happen to you, they never do. No matter how much you want to change the direction and find a new purpose for your life, such an event probably just won't happen to you. No mystical monk is going to fall from the sky into...[More]

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We all go through life in a hamster ball. Yes, I mean one of those plastic balls you put a hamster in and let them run about the house as you laugh at the dogs go nuts sniffing it and jumping away when it moves. Ok back to seriousness.Don't believe me? Stop for a moment, take a deep breath, close your eyes, take another deep breath. Now stop and think for a moment. Picture your self walking around in a big huge bubble. There is nothing inside this bubble...[More]

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Did you know time does not really exist? I know I know you are pointing at the clock on your computer, your watch, on your phone, in your dvr, on the wall, and the alarm clock saying hey wait a minute what do you mean.Time is man made, to define the passage of time. See I can't even define it without using the word. Just like measurements were invented by man to define the size of something. They both have an importance to us to in helping explain to...[More]

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In the old movie “Gallant Hours” about the five week period after Admiral Halsey takes over command of Guadalcanal in November 1942. A crucial turning point in the war with Japan, The movie does not feature a single battle, but rather follows the Admiral around as he makes tough decisions and thinks out strategic plans. It is a good movie about WWII and even better movie when it comes to leadership. There are many quotes in the movie I like but the one for todays post is about changing your...[More]

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