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Animals in Hammocks: Cat Edition

The feline race won’t stop until they have sunk their claws into every corner of the internet. And humans are powerless in the face of their inexorable cuteness. If you thought the internet was run by Mark Zuckerberg or Larry Page, you’re mistaken – it’s the cats who are behind [...]

6 Best Places to View Spring Flowers
Outdoor+Travel

6 Best Places to View Spring Flowers

The days are longer, trees are budding and flowers are blooming. It’s officially spring! Flowers, possibly seen in thousands or millions, enhance picturesque displays with an array of colors. From tulips to poppies, these are some of the best places to view fields of flowers. Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve [...]

4 Unessential and Extremely Fun Gadgets for the Hammocker
Hammock Culture

4 Unessential and Extremely Fun Gadgets for the Hammocker

To borrow the phrasing, if not the sentiment, of Sylvia Plath, ‘relaxing is an art, like everything else.’ Like any artist, you’re going to need some good tools. Here are four gadgets that will add a splash of color to your hammock time. 1. Tropical Drinks Prepared like a Pro  Did [...]

6 Accessories Every Hammock Camper Should Own
Outdoors Tips

6 Accessories Every Hammock Camper Should Own

Let’s say you’re a ‘relaxation minimalist’, and all you require is a hammock and a couple of trees. That’s fine, to each his/her own – but this article isn’t for you. Now if you plan to stage a hammock party-for-one with all the trimmings this summer, then by all means, [...]

Hammock Culture

Walk North: Thru Hiking the AT

***Note from ENO: In 2012, Kern Ducote completed a thru hike of the Appalachian Trail, sleeping in his hammock every night. He documented the heart and soul of his journey and created the documentary film Walk North.*** By Kern Ducote. The setting of the Appalachian Trail is a catalyst for [...]