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Fall Colors: Kids Coloring Contest Rules

NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE THE CHANCES OF WINNING. 1. Eligibility: Contest is open only to those who email photo of drawing and child to editor@50campfires.com and who are 18 as of ...

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The Rolls-Royce of Travel Trailers Celebrates 85 Years

We’ve all seen one of those aluminum, bullet-shaped trailers on its journey around the world in style. For years these retro caravans have hauled families, friends, kids, pets, and more in search of the next great adventure. Airstream enthusiasts have ...

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What’s In Your Fire: Contest Rules

Eligibility: This Campaign is open to those who take a photo of their campfire, use the hashtag #whatsinyourfire, and who are18 years of age or older as of the date of entry. The Campaign is only open to legal residents ...

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Zip 2 in 1 Wood Firestarter: Review

Zip 2 in 1 wood firestarter

There are times when I want a fire to be a one step process. Usually it’s when I have guests over and decide to have a fire last minute. If I’m busy making appetizers or cocktails I’d prefer to pile ...

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Zip 8 Solid Fuel Cubes: Review

zip 8 solid fuel cubes

If you want to start a fire the first time, every time, it’s hard to beat a good fire starter. Gathering tinder in the forest works great, if you can find it. There’s also the issue of time. Sometimes you’re in ...

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This Tick Removal Tool Works Like A Charm

Tick Lasso Remove Ticks

Being outdoors also means being a mobile playground for ticks. It just comes with the territory. I grew up in the country, and never thought about a tick removal tool. We would just pull them off and keep playing. As ...

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Application To Tour The Katy Trail

Missouri let’s do this! I’m excited about the opportunity to come and tour the Katy Trail! You can access my application HERE. Also, here are the article links for the tear sheets: Interview with Alyssa Ravasio from Hipcamp The Mocking Trend ...

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Make This Ultralight Firestarter Kit From Stuff Laying Around The House

This lightweight firestarter kit will only take you a few minutes to make. It takes up almost no room in your jacket pocket, and comes in handy if you need to start a quick fire. I’m sure you have these ...

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In The Can: Denali Brewing Company – Talkeetna, AK

Few places remain as wild and free as Alaska. Everything there, even in the cities, is inspired by or touched by an appreciation for nature and the outdoors, including the cuisine and the beer of the Last Frontier. It takes ...

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What Thrill Seeking Families Do On A Rainy Day

Sometimes your kids want an adventure and you’re stuck inside the house on a rainy day. This Dad holding his daughter on a bike goes above and beyond the call. Hats off to you sir! Looking to try something new with ...

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