Freedom to Ride: Jet Skiing in Islamorada

by Lori Sciame October 27th, 2016
Jet Skiing ranks as one of the most popular outdoor activities along the Florida coast lines.  The rush of the warm tropical air, combined with the cool sting of salt water, as one maneuvers the waves on a jet ski certainly makes for an awesome outdoor adventure.

Whether you choose
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Islamorada Horseback Riding

by James Maynard October 20th, 2016

Horseback riding can be a unique experience in Islamorada, and around the Florida Keys. Beaches are nearly everywhere, and wherever it is allowed, there are few better terrains than a sandy beach on which to ride. Sunrises and sunsets anywhere in the region make for dramatic backdrops for a ride.

Few vacationers travel to Florida with horses in tow, which means that it is usually necessary to ride with a professional rider or group. Stables are

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Three Camping Tips: Islamorada

by Lori Sciame October 13th, 2016
This month's featured destination, Islamorada, Florida, beckons RV owners from around the United States.  Why?  The answer lies in the near perfect climate.  For instance, in January, the average high temperature is 75, and the average low is 62.  Even the hottest two months of the year, July and August, have average high temperatures of 89 degrees (US Climate Data).  Basically, a camping trip to the Florida Keys will most likely be one filled with pleasant weather; however, the
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  • Things You Should NOT Bring On a Hike

    by Jessica B. October 6th, 2016
    This post may seem a little strange, but I spent most my high school years leading hiking tours for suburban kids out in the wilderness for the first time. When I tell the stories of the things I saw on these hikes, most people don’t believe me. But I do not think I am the only hiking guide who has seen such craziness. As a result of our poor,
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  • Bismark “B” for Boating!

    by James Maynard September 29th, 2016
    Boating around Bismarck, North Dakota can be a rewarding trip for anyone living in, or heading to the area. The city is located near the longest river in the nation, the Missouri. There are several places in the region of Bismarck and Mandan where a boater can set their boat into the water.

    The Missouri River itself offers nearly unlimited opportunities to get out on the water. Sand bars and
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  • Why Hike the Bismarck Area?

    by Lori Sciame September 22nd, 2016
    A trip to the northern plains in the United States is well worth the effort.  These wide open spaces speak to those who wish to escape urban sprawl.  Bismarck, North Dakota, is a favorite destination for those wanting to experience the vast plains, as it is a place to experience nature at its finest.  A great way to get up close and personal with the flora and fauna of this region
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