Camping Tips

The 3 Pronged Approach To Ending Smelly Shoes Forever

smelly shoes

Smelly shoes are so common that you might just accept it as a fact of life. “Feet sweat, so my shoes are going to smell. Nothing I can do about it.” I know the feeling. I’ve had mini funerals for ...

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Prevent Sore Feet When Lacing Your Boots For Hiking

When you prepare to go hiking, your first thoughts should be to prevent blisters and injuries to your feet. Selecting proper hiking socks is one of the most important ways to do that. As you’ve learned, Merino Wool is ALWAYS ...

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Trail Shoes Versus Hiking Boots — a Win, Win

We’ve been conditioned for many years to assume that if you need footwear for hiking, you need to buy a pair of boots. You should make sure that they’re rigid for ankle support and waterproof to keep your feet nice ...

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3 Tips To Get You Started Stargazing

Stargazing can add a whole other dimension to your outdoor experience. It provides a perspective and sense of wonder that is other worldly. If you’re looking to add another dimension to your camping weekend, the night sky will deliver. Here ...

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L.L. Bean Outdoor Discovery Schools

Name an outdoor adventure that interests you, but you’ve never had the chance to try. C’mon. You can do it! Need some inspiration? Well, here’s a list to get you started: Sea kayaking Fly fishing Canoeing Berry picking Archery Breaking ...

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Experts Advise, Bring Three Ways To Start a Fire

When planning any outdoor activity from a day-hike to a put-in-to-take-out canoe float trip to fishing out on a lake, it’s wise to always consider the possibility you might have to spend the night. It’s a very low probability, but ...

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10 Tips On Packing the Car for Your Next Camping Trip

Did you, or do you, play Tetris? Could there be any better training for packing the back of your SUV for a family camping trip? No matter whether you’re a couple headed for a long weekend or a family on ...

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What Is the National Trail System?

Most outdoor enthusiasts are aware of the National Parks, National Monuments, National Forests, National Grasslands, National Seashores, and even National Wildlife Refuges … but did you know the United States also has a National Trails System? In fact, the National ...

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Complete Safety Guide for Camping With Dogs

Three shots together of dog and owner snuggled in a hammock on a camping trip.

How to Prepare, What to Pack, and Campsite Safety for a Fun Outdoor Adventure with Your Dog At Redfin, we know that sometimes your home away from home is a tent hidden in the woods. And it wouldn’t feel like ...

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Bass Fishing for Beginners

In a row boat on Chicot Lake in Arkansas fishing for catfish.

Join the 50 Campfires team as they explore the world of bass fishing on the Field Trip: Great River Road. They start with the right lessons and gear up at the Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid in Memphis, Tennessee. ...

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