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Of the numerous "adventuring with kids" books out there to be consumed, few of them command little more than casual attention. They'll hit some reasonable, if not obvious, topics like the benefits of ...
You can thank the folks at the National Geographic Society for delivering this bimonthly dose of super cute to your preschooler. Every other month a new issue comes out and lands in your mailbox — ...
The Vogel family hardly looks like a clan of serious cyclists. In their pictures, John, Nancy and their twin 8-year-old ankle-biters Davy and Daryl are often wearing cotton, sometimes denim, and no ...
If there's a story that hits the bulls eye so sharply as Dr. Seuss's Oh, The Places You'll Go, we have yet to know what it is. The good doctor gave us a wonderful tale that outlines precisely what ...
You can share a lot within a little bit of space. Take the cockpit of a tandem kayak you're sharing with your sweetie. Or child. Small space, sweet experience. Then there's the medium on Twitter ...
My family went to Yosemite National Park for the first time during the summer of 1985 when I was 9 years old. The entire gripping tale, down to every last detail, can be endured read above. Luckily ...
courtesy of Donna Stewart Ah, Utah. Utah, Utah, Utah. You look so lovely today. Now check out Darren and Donna's 1964 Canned Ham trailer they scored on eBay. Like most of us first time parents with ...
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Here's to the man behind those zany books we loved as kids, and especially that one we all likely received upon graduating from high school, Oh the Places You'll Go! Theodor Seuss Geisel was born ...
Campfire tales for river lovers, canyon lovers, and adventure lovers
Since becoming a father, I've watched my journal writing deteriorate.  I used to fill two or three large format writing journals each year.  On July 9th, I wrote this: "I'm coming up on August 17th.  ...
Yeah, right, like it would ever occur to my white, middle-class mind that a map, for God's sake, could be wrong. Oh, but it was. Nissan Sport Magazine published the story in their Summer 2009 issue.
A story about road tripping for three weeks with an 11-month-old little girl and a wife, Mark beats the odds and makes it home alive and without a scratch.  Although it's taken nearly a year to catch ...

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