INTRODUCING A PUPPY TO THE OUTDOORS: Taking Our New Dog to the Fort in the Woods for the First Time




Your Guide to a Wildlife Jungle Safari in Nepal

Nepal’s Amazing Ecosystem nurtures some of the most unique and rare species of Nature. The Terai region of Nepal which is a warm sub-tropical belt of the country is home to species like Royal Bengal tigers, rhinos, leopard’s wild elephants, sloth bears, monkeys, crocodiles, and many deer species to Plus it has about 250 species of exotic birds both migratory and native. The Terai region hosts the two main national parks aka Royal Chitwan and Bardia in Nepal.

Reading the Clouds: Weather Watching

People who travel to outdoor destinations need to pay attention to weather conditions more intently than the regular traveler. These books and instruments can help make the local forecasts more reliable and give outdoor travelers the edge in knowing the conditions they face during their trip.

Nature’s Staircase and the Pygmy Forest

In California, Mendocino County offers a naturally-produced forest of bonsai trees. You can reach the forest by hiking a trail that starts at the coast and stair-steps up-slope from one terrace to another away from the coastline.

Are You Eligible for These Sunshine State Travel Discounts?

If a Florida vacation is in your future, then find out if you’re eligible for these travel discounts in the Sunshine State. Although they are relatively easy to get, if you don’t know how or where to apply for them, you’ll totally miss out on some hefty savings.

5 Places to Visit in Texas If You’re Crazy About Scenery

If you are looking at places to visit in Texas for the views and scenery, then you are in luck. Texas boasts everything from canyons to deserts to oceans to hills to forests. In short, Texas has it all. With the wildflowers blooming in the spring and the leaves turning in the winter, there just really is no wrong time to take a vacation. Fortunately, there are more places than can be listed that are worth your time. But if you had to narrow it down, you would certainly want to give the following five spots a go:

The Tower of the Bad God: Devil’s Tower

Standing among ponderosa pine and rolling grassland, Devil’s Tower keeps watch over northeastern Wyoming. This magnificent feature inspired the designation of America’s first National Monument.

Step Into History at Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Cades Cove in Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a treasure trove of Americana. The heritage carved by the early settlers of this Tennessee valley is preserved. Over two million people visit the cove each year. They are drawn by the overpowering natural beauty, the plentiful wildlife, and a chance to step into another culture, another time. Cades Cove is the largest open-air living-history museum in the Great Smokey Mountains National Park.

A Touch of Paradise: Caladesi Island State Park

One Florida island paradise takes top billing for beautiful beaches. Caladesi Island State Park got the nod from Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman, AKA Dr. Beach, as number one beach in the nation in 2008. Caladesi Island and the other islands that make up the state park are very close to Paradise.

Introduction to Magnificent Birding at Lake Naivasha

If you are a keen birder, then Lake Naivasha in Kenya is one place to add to your bucket list. This article tells of the birds we have seen there and the activities available that enable you to see different species – boating for water birds, cycling for ground birds, and walking for woodland species.

A Wildlife Refuge Can Be Beneficial to Both Animals and Humans

Species of animals are disappearing at an alarming rate across the globe. Helping endangered animals is just one of the many reasons why a wildlife refuge is important.

SJCAM SJ7, The True 4K Action Camera

How do you choose the sport cameras? For me, I will select the compact and portable body design with high-resolution. At this article, I will introduce a new product SJCAM SJ7 action camera, which features 4K shooting.

How To Get Ready For Your First Hill Country River Tubing Trip

Nothing spells more fun in Texas than hitting the road and heading out for some river tubing in the Texas hill country. It gives you a chance to enjoy a crisp, refreshing dip in the river and gently float down the river while hanging out with friends & family.

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