Things to do at home with a quarantined toddler

This current COVID-19 crisis has changed our lives and forced many of us to become home school teachers or day-care providers for our children. In all of the chaos and uncertainty, I am still grateful and taking full advantage of the extra time I get to spend with my two-year-old daughter, since her daycare has […]

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Wilderness Safety Tips

It is such a great feeling to see your loved ones start to enjoy exploring the outdoors as much as you do. As an outdoor enthusiast, I feel responsible for sharing that world with my nieces and nephews. I also feel responsible for showing them how to enjoy wilderness the right way. The way I […]

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Adventure Kids Who Inspire Us

As a kid, the most frustrating phrase I ever heard uttered by adults in my life was, “You’re too young.” While yes, there are plenty of things that children should not be doing (paying bills or driving semi-trucks, for instance), I still find that we all sometimes underestimate the capability of children. Kids have incredible minds, active imaginations […]

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Winter Sports Dictionary for Dummies

We have all heard a conversation between more advanced riders and thought what are they saying? Well here are some new words for your ski/snowboard vocabulary. Learn them, ride them, and love them! Moguls: Bumps set out on slopes for more advanced runners! Traverse: Skiing across a slope in a zigzag pattern. White Out: When […]

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We Give You the Knowledge to Keep Your Family Warm

When we read a description for a jacket or pant we are interested in,  our mind thinks it sounds warm but is it really? The technology used today states this coat has Omni Heat, or Gore-Tex, and Dryride? But as consumers, it’s hard to know what those terms actually mean. I’ll go over what you […]

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