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Austin: Avoid Mosquitoes This Summer

That pesky hum, that irritating itch! Blistering bumps: scratch, scratch, scritch. Mosquitoes thrive in the warm Texas weather–but that doesn’t mean we have to be at their mercy. Employ these ten tips to keep your outdoor space itch-free and enjoyable for entertaining guests this summer.

Wicker Picnic Baskets

When I think of wicker picnic baskets I am immediately taken back to hot sunny days, blue skies, white scudding clouds and a meandering river. On the river are punts driven from the stern by men dressed in striped jackets with straw boater hats. In the punts are beautiful women in long Edwardian linen dresses pale arms trailing in the cool waters of the river.

Congaree River Blue Trail

A Columbia, South Carolina hotel highlights the Congaree River Blue Trail. Paddlers can enjoy the 51 mile river trail from Columbia south toward the coast.

Enjoy Nature on Northern Alabama’s Unspoiled Rivers

A Scottsboro, Alabama hotel highlights two unspoiled rivers in northern Alabama. Enjoy nature on the Flint River and the Paint Rock River.

Hiking Roswell’s Vickery Creek

An Atlanta perimeter hotel highlights hiking along Vickery Creek in Roswell, Georgia. Trails lead to the ruins of two mills, an historic dam, and a covered bridge.

Riding With The Navajo

At the end of March, my wife, Sheila and I headed West to the Four Corners region. Our reason was both for business and pleasure. As the owner of an outdoor adventure company I needed to work on the itinerary I was developing for the Four Corners, of course this is one of the real perks of the job! Sheila and I are totally in love with the southwest and the Four Corners is one of our favorite places to visit. One of the unique things about the region is that it’s predominantly the homeland of the Navajo people, one of our largest Indian tribes.

Don’t Miss Out on an Underwater Experience in Australia

Explore the oceans around Australia, check out Sydney Harbour or go shark diving for the ultimate thrill! With so much on, there is no reason not to get wet during your visit Down Under.

Sukkot on the Go: A Traveler’s Guide

Sukkot while traveling is problematic in several different ways. However there may be many recent innovations with the sukkah (with such things as the travel sukkah and pop-up sukkah being a possibility), which leaves to problem of where, and when to eat, and while on the road, these dilemmas can be worrisome. Are there any exceptions for the traveler to eat in a sukkah?

Ibiza: A Walker’s Paradise – A Mini-Guide to Walking in Ibiza

Ibiza is a walker’s paradise, with many cliff top trails, countryside rambles and mountain hikes; all rewarding walkers with remarkable views. Here’s a few tips and ideas if your considering a walking holiday in Ibiza.

Alabama’s Lookout Mountain Parkway

A Scottsboro, Alabama hotel highlights Lookout Mountain Parkway. The parkway affords scenic views and recreational opportunities in northeast Alabama.

Activities Around the Gwydyr Forest

The Gwydyr Forest in the Snowdonia National Park is close to Betws-Y-Coed, the gateway to Snowdonia. The area is known as the outdoor capital of North Wales.

River Rafting Fun at Rishikesh

Rishikesh city in the midst of the majestic Garhwal Himalayas provides an ideal setting for rafting. The exquisite fun and excitement of rafting in Rishikesh invites adventure lovers and travelers from different parts of global. One can make memorable to this amazing adventure rafting fun at Rishikesh.

The River Wey and Godalming Navigations – Things to Do and See

The River Wey and Godalming Navigations offer so much for visitors to see and do. Experience the beauty of the River by the towpath, at a waterfront pub or on a traditional narrowboat.

Uncommon Bug Out Bag Items – 11 Uses for a Frisbee

Preppers must be practical and carry multi-use items. This leads to some very innovative and uncommon Bug Out Bag items.

An Extraordinary, Captivating Journey to a Magnificent, Hidden Oasis: The La Barge Canyon Adventure

Only in Arizona can you step out into a backcountry mountain wilderness purely surreal in natural beauty and also deeply rich in mystery, legend and lore with tales of lost gold, Indian massacres and even murder! Located just 40 miles outside the Phoenix metro area, lies the Superstition Wilderness, an area of approximately 160,000 acres, where in its more popular western section, you’ll find some of the most incredible scenery and landmarks in the entire state and region that are simply captivating and mesmerizing!

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