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Smith Mountain Lake: Summer's Arrival Calls For Outdoor Living    By: E.s. Cromwell
With summer's warmth officially upon us, there's a bit of a fever floating about. And it's spreading swiftly in the air, spurring people to get out and about, ... natural bodies of water, becoming a kid again (dare I say it) and just appreciating all the splendor that comes with trampsing around a natural location.
Respect For Maine And Other Hikers    By: Jack Link
As many hikers that you will come across on your adventure in Maine are typically day hikers. They are those looking for a nice stroll or a mini adventure ... prove healthy and eye-opening enough, you'll fell as if you come away a better person with a higher respect for both the environment as well as the Maine trails.
Things to Do in the Smoky Mountains - August    By: Bennie Mccann
As summer begins to wind down, this list of fun things to do in the Smoky Mountains continues to grow. This August, you can look forward to plenty of choices ... August 14th-18th to Tennessee Smokies baseball home games August 1st-5th, 12th-16th and 23rd-27th, August is going to be one hot month in the Smoky Mountains!
The MSR Fury Tent Is A Worthwhile Option    By: Carl Formby
This year many people will probably go camping for the first time, and they will look at catalogs of camping gear and won't know which one is the best tent to ... at. It gives excellent value, an excellent accommodation. Take time to look at the various models are available before making a choice that is right for you.
The Great Outdoors of Gunnison Crested Butte    By: Rich Gonzalez
Gunnison-Crested Butte is a kind of place that "sticks to your ribs," and gets you peeking into real estate offices around town- just for a look. Dazzling ... Lodge at Mountaineer Square for $160 per person. Package includes two nights lodging in a two bedroom condo and half day raft trip on the Gunnison River.
How To Get Rid Of Mosquitoes    By: Mike Francis
Over the past few years mosquitoes have developed from a nuisance into a real public health danger. These pests spread dangerous diseases such as the West Nile ... of them as you can. If you do all of these things you will have a much better chance at enjoying your outdoor activities without worrying about mosquitoes.
Beach Camping Reservations    By: Piet Van Lier
Are you interested in taking a beach camping vacation with your friends or family? If so, it would be in your best interest to plan your vacation plenty of ... all the necessary supplies with you and that most of your activities are planned ahead of time will make this vacation one to remember in the years to come.
Curing Summer Sickness    By: Mike Idziaszczyk
As spring turns to summer and temperatures begin to soar, so too will employee absenteeism.  Indeed, based on figures reported in the "Summer Absenteeism" ... symptoms of summer sickness, employers should instead seek to find the cure; and with flexible working, summer sickness may start to become an epidemic of the past.
A Guide to Snowboarding in Tignes / Val d'Isere    By: John Black
(by a man with Brévières in his heart and a snowboard on his feet) Ancient history tells us of a place where skiing was encouraged as soon as it was born. Way ... equipment, knowing how to use it. If you don't know where you're going then don't go. Never follow someone else's track. Ride off-piste at your own risk.
My Dream Holiday Destination    By: Omar Mahmood
Dream is that part of human which keeps his hope alive. Moment child about to take birth his parents started dreaming about their child, then his future. So ... of mine. Place away from the harsh reality of life, where one can find siren happiness. The place although modern yet isolated from all the wordily affairs.
Why Do You Need The Grills?    By: Grisha Foreman
You must have been party to several outdoor picnics or beach parties or just one of those several get-togethers with your friends and families. You may also ... simple and easy. There are several advantages of using the gas grills that will make you rethink about your proposition to use the traditional cookers. 
Hiking In Crater Lake National Park    By: Donald Saunders
The intrepid early explorers Lewis and Clark were perhaps the first non-aboriginal explorers to discover Crater Lake and report their findings back to President ... Crater Lake National Park is certainly not one of the largest national parks but it is one of the most beautiful and is wonderful place to plan a hiking trip.
The Everglades National Park    By: Donald Saunders
Just about an hour's drive from the bustle of Miami you will find one of America's most unusual national parks covering more than one and a half million acres ... in the mid 70s and the air is relatively dry. In the summer by contrast the temperature can hover uncomfortably in the 90s with the humidity way up towards 90%.
Explore Cades Cove, TN the in Great Smoky Mountains    By: Robbin Dean
It would almost be a shame to venture into Great Smoky Mountains National Park without taking a few hours to explore one of its most popular sites—Cades Cove, ... Creekstone Inn, Governor’s Inn and the Resort at Governor’s Crossing offer a host of amenities while providing convenient access for a day trip to Cades Cove.
Dying for One Last Breath    By: Dinah Menil
Scuba divers, when asked why they love the ocean and the beauty that thrives underneath the sea’s surface, would probably have varied answers. But most likely, ... trust on something that can kill you. Like the desert dunes that have buried travelers beneath its sands, the ocean, too has the cold abyss for its graveyard.
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