Monthly Archives: September 2010
One of the greatest gifts my parents gave me was a love of the outdoors. My family camped at Inks Lake State Park, picnicked at Bastrop State Park and swam at Emma Long Metropolitan Park. We rode horses, hiked in … Continue reading
FOR most people, racing through rugged Australian bushland with nothing but a compass and some trekking gear would be scary. Read More: http://hornsby-advocate.whereilive.com.au/news/story/maxing-out-on-adventure/ Find camping gear tips and advice on the Adventure For Less blog.
The first thing you notice after you drop your kayak into the San Marcos River is the river bottom. Unlike most rivers in Texas, the San Marcos is spring fed, resulting in crystal-clear water. Read More: http://sacurrent.com/arts/story.asp?id=71586 Find camping gear tips and advice … Continue reading
The Washington Trails Association is calling for entries in its annual photo contest. Read more: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2010/09/26/1356925/trails-group-calls-for-photo-contest.html#ixzz10cdwkZt2 Find camping gear tips and advice on the Adventure For Less blog.
A family goes with the flow along the John Muir Trail, backpacking the Mammoth Lakes and Yosemite area with a toddler and pets in tow. Read More: http://www.latimes.com/travel/la-tr-sierra-20100926-33,1,204365.story Find camping gear tips and advice on the Adventure For Less blog.
When camping in the Sierra Mountains, San Francisco’s Robin Donovan and her husband picked a beautiful campsite near a river. “The nearest town was 40 miles,” Donovan said. “The people at the next camp site, right about when we’d start … Continue reading
To celebrate National Public Lands Day, Joshua Tree National Park and San Bernardino National Forest will waive fees for visitors Saturday. Read More: http://www.pe.com/localnews/stories/PE_News_Local_W_lands24.200f2ee.html Find camping gear tips and advice on the Adventure For Less blog.