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Hike Out Your Pain: Healing on the A.T.
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Hike Out Your Pain: Healing on the A.T.

    ***Note from ENO: We were very moved by Bryan Jack’s story. A powerful example of how the historic Appalachian Trail continues to inspire people. We commend and honor the work The Appalachian Trail Conservancy does to preserve the trail so it may continue to be a place to [...]

Buy This, Learn That: A First-Timer’s Guide to Treestand Hunting
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Buy This, Learn That: A First-Timer’s Guide to Treestand Hunting

Treestand hunting is more complex than simply purchasing a stand and locating a sturdy tree. Treestand hunting accounts for the largest number of injuries in Ohio every hunting season, according to a study conducted by Ohio State University and Grant medical centers. Though data isn’t available for the rest of [...]

The Art of Studying Outside
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The Art of Studying Outside

by Samarth Vasisht Enjoying the outdoors as a student can be difficult, especially as the workload of school bears down upon you. I always try to get outside as much as I can, and during school especially because it gets hard being inside all day. An awesome way to spend your [...]

From Haiti, With Love
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From Haiti, With Love

by Scott Brelsford From atop the mountains looking down, they look like white serpents slithering through the landscape. On the ground walking through them, they feel like the surface of the sun.  That is where I am now, walking over millions of smooth white stones of a nearly dry riverbed. [...]

Simplify Your Summer with Family Hammock Camping!
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Simplify Your Summer with Family Hammock Camping!

by Jessica and Andrew, authors of Bring the Kids Life is crazy. Camping shouldn’t be. Simplify! Easier said than done right? Trust me, I know. I have 3 kids 6 and under, and although we love to camp, it’s anything but simple. I’m always on the lookout for ways to [...]