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How To Plan The Perfect Picnic In Garner State Park

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, and you enjoy spending time in beautiful state parks, then you will certainly want to add picnicking in Garner State Park to your bucket list. With nearly three miles of the Frio River flowing through the nature preserve, you will see some stunning canyon-like hills. With a beautiful river and hiking trails galore, you will have many options for stopping to enjoy a meal. Take a look at the following tips to help you make the most of your picnic:

Taking The Kids Along For Frio River Camping? Here Are 5 Things All Parents Need to Know

Frio River camping, as is the case with camping anywhere along a scenic river, can be quite the experience. Things can change, though, because the “river-centric” adventure of your single days is made very different by virtue of having children. As a parent, your are either the matriarch or patriarch of your family. Your job is to make any trip fun & successful, but you also have to make sure everyone is safe.

Five Surprising Benefits of Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor recreation has many different physical and emotional benefits. Instead of heading to the gym every day, change up a routine and participate in a sport or exercise in fresh air.

7 Fall Activities for Fitness and Fun

With gorgeous foliage and cooler temperatures, fall is the perfect season for outdoor activities. There’s something invigorating about a breezy fall afternoon that quite simply revives the soul.

My Date With Beating Retreat 2016

Being in Delhi for more than three decades, I did not get an opportunity to see the Beating Retreat ceremony live. Since every news paper while reporting about the forthcoming event in 2016 stated that this year it is going to be colourful and more musical and the ceremony during 2016 will be at its best. After seeing that report both me and my wife got excited and don’t want to miss the event this time.

Death Valley in Bloom

Springtime in Death Valley National Park can mean a search for wildflowers amid the dramatic scenery of rocky mountain ranges, rugged canyons, alluvial fans, and desert plains. Death Valley is the driest place in North America receiving an average of 2 inches (5 cm) of rain per year. So, in those once-in-a-century years when it gets 5 inches (12.5 cm) of rain, the landscape is covered by what rangers call a “superbloom.”

The Northern Sierra: Plumas Country

Today’s Travelers find Plumas National Forest and its surroundings bursting with fishing, hiking, long-board skiing, and memories of the Gold Rush era. All of the Southern Sierras in California are well-known thanks to treasures like Yosemite National Park, the northern end of this famous range also has a great deal to offer. Northern California and their counterparts across the border in Nevada find it especially attractive. And just where is the north end of this 400-mile-long range? Probably the words that say it best are Plumas National Forest.

Escape the Festive Season

The Christmas parties are upon us. They mark the start of a full bill of social get togethers, excessive eating and drinking and time with the family. Some people relish the buzz, the giving and the sharing of good times, but some people prefer to escape the festivities in favour for some ‘peace on earth’.

See The Magic Of Greek Islands Unfurl In Front Of Your Eyes

Greece is a well endowed land of attractive landscapes, gorgeous sandy beaches with extended coastlines where travelers come to enjoy themselves tirelessly. Rent a boat to discover this part of Greece where life moves seamlessly with the flow of water.

When Nature Gives Us Back The Long Needed Energy

Nature gives us so much more than just fresh air and pretty flowers to look at. It gives us a chance to realize who we are and most how small most of our problems actually are when looking at them from another perspective.

Drone Use In The Marine and Yachting Environment

Modern Drones are incredible machines that are capable of doing amazing things in the marine and yachting environment. They can be used to spot schools of fish, locate a mooring or open area in a marina to drop anchor, locate an assigned slip, preview an unspoiled beach or island, locate items or persons that dropped overboard, capture great video and still photos of the boat either at anchor or underway, or even drop safety or other equipment to remote locations. However, Drones need to he handled differently when used in the terrestrial or land use environments, in addition to specific models that are better suited for the marina and yachting environments.

The Marble Halls of Oregon Underground

Cool off in the Beaver State’s largest and most intriguing marble cave system. In southern Oregon, a marble cave has been set aside as Oregon Cave National Monument, which features stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and cave draperies. The visitor can also glimpse fossils of grizzly bear, black bears, and a jaguar from the Pleistocene era, while on the cave tour.

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