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Backpacking to Reflection Canyon – Comprehensive Guide

Backpacking to Reflection Canyon Overview Reflection canyon is basically an extension of the Lake Powell. Backpacking to reflection canyon is a highly challenging venture of about 20 miles, and this intense hiking has become increasingly popular of late. This location was revealed in the year 2006 by the National Geographic Channel when they published an article
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VISUAL REPORT: Sony A9 Announcement – Lightning Fast Full Frame

Sony A9 – A Big Move by Sony For all you camera lovers and professional photographers out there, I know you’ve probably been anticipating this news for a while now. Yes, it is finally here and is set to be released soon with some exciting and cool features. Sony has unveiled its most advanced and fast full-frame, the A9 mirrorless
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Backpacking Equipment – Beginner Must Haves

  Backpacking Equipment If I had to go through the purchase process again to prepare for a couple night out in the back country, the items below are the several items I’d buy to get started. It will make your backpacking trip much more comfortable while not making a dent into your bank account. After doing some
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hiking to toketee falls in oregon is heaven on earth

Hike to Toketee Falls – Heaven on Earth

Hike to Toketee Falls in Oregon. The state of Oregon is blessed with some amazing hiking trails. There is always something to discover in Oregon.  For example, you have the incredibly beautiful Wahclella Falls along the Columbia River Gorge. One of the most beautiful areas in Oregon is Douglas County. It is in this county that you
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Fire Falls in Yosemite – Horsetail Fall gets LIT!

Fire Falls in Yosemite – What is it? At the end of January and the beginning of February, you’ve probably seen posts and news about the fire falls in Yosemite. I actually had my eye on this during the end of 2015 but I missed it in 2016. As you may know now, Yosemite National
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Wahclella Falls Hike – Hidden Gem in Oregon

Wahclella Falls Hike in Oregon Are you planning to be in Portland, Oregon and have a day to explore? It is worthwhile to make a trip to the Columbia River Gorge, with the Wahclella falls hike on your list of things to do. If you’ve already done some intense backpacking, then the trail to Wachlella falls
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Rise Festival – Thousand Lanterns In the Desert Sky

Rise Festival in the Mojave desert Every year, thousands of people gather together to celebrate something different. Rise Festival celebrates in the Mojave desert, more specifically at the Moapa River Indian Reservation. This event is held at night where thousands of lanterns are ignited and light up the desert sky. There are several Rise festival
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Essential Items for Backpacking and Camping

Backpacking and camping – What items to bring. What you bring with you while backpacking and camping will either make or break your experience. The goal here to be as comfortable as possible with just the essentials. That doesn’t mean you can’t bring a couple luxury items. A couple of luxury items I cannot leave without
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Don’t Forget: The First Earth Day Was A Protest, A Revolution

Gas masks were a popular protest prop during the first Earth Day

Today, Earth Day is a relatively innocuous phrase–it inspires, what? A park cleanup, a few speeches here and there, and maybe a hiking event complete with birdwatching and smores. We’ve completely forgotten the militancy of the first Earth Day, and how it was one of the most forceful expressions of democratic voice this country has ever seen.  […]