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The Backcountry Chef Chronicles
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The Backcountry Chef Chronicles

  ENOpians looooove to get outside and go camping. And everyone has their favorite part of camping. For some it’s trout fishing, night hiking, river rock hopping. For others it’s building the best campfire or lounging in a hammock reading a book. For me, it’s cooking. I make plenty of exceptions weight [...]

The Camp Stove You Didn’t Know You Had!
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The Camp Stove You Didn’t Know You Had!

Some of the best camping memories come from nights shared underneath the stars and sharing stories with friends by the campfire. However, in some instances our camping trips don’t end in such picturesque fashion. While camping on the Blue Ridge Parkway, my friends and I experienced a night full of [...]

How to Stay Cool on Summer Hikes
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How to Stay Cool on Summer Hikes

We’re in the height of summer….thank goodness!! There’s still plenty of time for barbecues, days at the lake and hammocking adventures! However as we bask in the heat of summer, let’s remember it’s important to stay cool too. Here are some tips to stay cool when you’re being active in [...]

How to Start a Fire with a Waterbottle
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How to Start a Fire with a Waterbottle

***Origianlly posted on Sierra Social Hub by Paul Osborn from The Outdoor Adventure*** Who doesn’t like a hot fire after a long day’s hike? There are many ways to start a fire, but today I want to share how to do that with a water bottle. Why a water bottle? If [...]

How to be Green at Festivals
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How to be Green at Festivals

As music festivals attract more and more of a crowd–they also produce more waste. Often, the common theme for festivals–regardless of music genre–is the notion of people coming together and working as a team to make the world a better place. However, if you’ve ever seen a festival at the [...]