Keeping Your Toes Warm While Skiing

by Bea December 8th, 2016
Other than the French fries and hot chocolate, the part about skiing that lures me back into the lodge is having cold feet. Yes, I am literally referring to having cold feet. This afternoon, I was working for a ski race at a mountain in Colorado. My job was
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Top Reasons to Camp in Winter

by Lori Sciame December 1st, 2016
A lot has been written about the dangers of camping in the winter.  From freezing to death, to being hit in the head by a falling branch, campers need to be aware of the potential for disaster.  Yet, people who camp during the coldest months report that the experience feels more exhilarating than dangerous.  What draws the hardy into the woods when it's snowy and cold?  This post explores the possible reasons.

Everything in nature sounds different in winter.  This
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Hiking in Foley, Alabama

by Jessica B. November 22nd, 2016
Are you planning a trip to Alabama in the near future? Hiking in and around Foley, Alabama is a great way to experience the heart of Alabama and see some of the great nature the region has to offer. You can combine your hiking trip with some great shopping and sightseeing. Here are some tips for planning a hiking trip in Foley, Alabama.

1) Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge – Want to see some amazing wild life natural to the
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  • Hiking in the Winter

    by Jessica B. November 17th, 2016
    If you are planning on doing a bit of hiking during the winter, here are a few basic tips that can make your hike a bit more enjoyable despite the low temperatures. Make sure you take the proper precautions so that your hike is a success, and you do not get stuck somewhere in freezing conditions.

    1) Have the right shoes – You may encounter ice, slippery surfaces, and unstable
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  • Camping in Foley, Alabama

    by Jessica B. November 10th, 2016
    Are you looking for a great family getaway in southern USA? Foley, Alabama offers a great, family-friendly city, with kayaking, railroad museums, golfing, and good food for the whole family. One of the best ways to enjoy Foley, Alabama is to spend some time camping there. Whether you have an RV or a tent, there are a great many campgrounds to choose from.

    Bella Terra of Gulf Shores – If
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  • Foley, Alabama: Fishing

    by Lori Sciame November 3rd, 2016
    Alabama has over 75,000 miles of streams, including more navigable river miles than any other U.S. state (Alabama Water Watch). For a person who loves to fish, this astounding fact proves that a trip to Alabama is a must.  An avid fisherman can drop a line in a winding river, in a calm lake, or even in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.  The best part: the changing of
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