Gear Review: FixnZip

Spring is here and with the warmer temperatures, growing leaves, and singing frogs, I find myself wanting to go camping. Camping is always such fun with the fishing, exploring, and lack of alarm clocks. However, it often leads to forgotten, missing, or worse, broken, equipment. One of my biggest pet…

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Book Review: Fish, Frogs, and Fireflies by Robert Montgomery

There are many wonderful books written about the outdoors. Whether a book takes the form of a “how-to”, follows a long and interesting story, or provides history of a beloved past time, there is sure to be a genre to fits everyone’s needs. To me, there is always a need…

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Gear Review: Lems Shoes Boulder Boots

When Lems Shoes and the Outdoor Blogger Network provided outdoor bloggers with the opportunity to review the Lems Shoes Boulder Boots, I knew I needed a pair. The Boulder Boots looked a little different than some boots, so I did some research and was fascinated when I learned about the…

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Book Review: Climbing Fitz Roy, 1968

As a self-confessed bibliophile, adding beautiful and inspiring books to my library always pleases me. Climbing Fitz Roy, 1968, by Yvon Chouinard et al., is one of those books that seemed destined for a spot on my shelf. How can you not be intrigued by the story of a group of…

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