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Forgotten Pine Barrens

New Jersey’s Pinelands Preserve

It is not that the New Jersey wilderness known as the Pinelands is forgotten. It is the photographs posted here that are. 67 more words

Photography

The Ultimate Death Road

As with any unforgettable drunken night,  the next morning didn’t start off too well. Hungover and sleep deprived, we somehow forced ourselves on to a bus at 8am. 460 more words

Backpacking

Trip Report - Carrington Bay, Cortes – 15 April 2015

Imagine a forest in trust to the children of Cortes Island.

On Wednesday, April 15th, 13 walkers plus one black dog experienced a part of this forest. 274 more words

Day-trip

Soggy Smokies Hikin'

After a week in the Smokies, I think we, as Americans, should rename them. New monikers could be “the soggies,” “the soakies,” or the “the slip, slidy muddies.” 469 more words

Things to Know Before Going to Rocky Mountain National Park

Last summer I went on a road trip to western USA. Before last summer, the farthest west I’ve been was Tennessee. After this road trip I went as far out as Utah, and hit many places along the way. 713 more words

Adventure

The Importance of Not Running

Runners run. But sometimes the best thing a runner can do is not run.

I’m not suggesting we all collectively scrap that half marathon we paid $125 to participate in, throw our brightly-colored sneakers in the trash, and agree to live a sedentary life filled with On Demand marathons and Dorito-based entrees. 619 more words

Forty Seven Paces - At Lincoln Woods and Franconia Falls

It was a P E R F E C T day in the White Mountains. Every factor converged to render the hike for some of our newest scouts an experience worth remembering. 1,285 more words

Boy Scouts