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Backpacking Basics
Outdoors Tips

Backpacking Basics

by Samarth Vasisht Going backpacking is not at all about the destination; it’s about the journey. Understanding how to make that journey about your surroundings and not about the aching and discomfort is essential to any backpacking trip, so here are some tips: Partner/Friends: Find a group of friends that [...]

Toast to ReCOvery Benefit – October 1 from 7-9:30pm!
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Toast to ReCOvery Benefit – October 1 from 7-9:30pm!

To the Rockies… With Love from the Blue Ridge Come out for an evening of fundraising and fellowship dedicated to raising money for the Colorado flood recovery efforts!! On Thursday, October 1, 2013 from 7-9:30pm, the Toast To ReCOvery benefit will be held at Prestige Subaru. $20 suggested donation will [...]

Fire Building 101
How To / Outdoors Tips

Fire Building 101

by Justin Fricke aka JustinTheWeekendWarrior ***Note from ENO:  Before you begin assembling any form of outdoor controlled fire, please check with your local authorities and/or NOAA for fire weather risks and forecasts.  You can also learn about wildfires and how to prevent them at smokeybear.com*** Do you smell what I smell? No, it’s not [...]

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Raise Your Mug to Hot Mulled Cider!

by Anna Fletcher One of the best things about Fall and Winter is the seasonal foods and drinks. From hearty chili and green bean casserole to  warm pumpkin pie and creamy yams, it seems that when the weather gets colder, the food gets more homey and delicious. And as for [...]

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Do Some Good and Crush a Can!

    by Anna Fletcher Most everyone will agree that a 24-pack makes every bonfire and camping trip 300% better. After you finish the delicious campfire dinner, it’s fantastic to kick back in your hammock and sip on a cold one. And as always, don’t forget to recycle your empty [...]