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A Hike a day keeps the Dr away!

Hello Hello!

Every time that Daniel and I decide to hang out we always end up going out to eat (not that there is anything wrong with that) or simply sitting down somewhere and do nothing, which always seems to get to us every night when we elaborate on the many things we could have done instead. 883 more words

How To: Choosing the Correct Backcountry Stove

Backcountry stoves come in many shapes and sizes. Many experimental styles of stoves are popping up on the market, and home-made stoves are becoming a popular choice. 660 more words



From the top of Fragrant Hills, you can see the summer palace and downtown Beijing. There are very few days that the pollution is light enough to see this from Fragrant Hills and we were very lucky to hit it just right. 23 more words


Steep Reward

I wandered out to McHugh Creek off the Seward Highway a few days ago to take some photos.  I knew it was going to be cloudy and possibly rain, but I went anyway.   176 more words


Sunset Cliffs

Sunset Cliffs is a favorite destination in San Diego that spans from Point Loma Nazarene University to Ocean Beach. Cliff jumpers are often seen jumping near Ocean Beach (which I highly recommend on a hot day- just be careful!). 112 more words

You Need to Visit: The Arnold Arboretum!

The weather is finally cooperating (for the most part) in Boston, so this weekend I got the chance to cross another place off my “To Visit” list: The Arnold Arboretum! 366 more words

Adventure! Oyster Dome Hike in Bow, WA 4/13/2014

Whenever the Spring Equinox rolls around, Washington tends to miss the memo. We’re all forced to “spring forward” for Daylight Saving Time while the actual daylight paperwork is still processing in the bureaucratic office that is nature. 993 more words