Archive for December, 2011

DISNEY CARS SLEEPING BAG BOYS SLUMBER BAG CAMPING SLEEPING BAG

DISNEY CARS SLEEPING BAG BOYS SLUMBER BAG CAMPING SLEEPING BAG

| December 29, 2011 | Reply

DISNEY CARS SLEEPING BAG BOYS SLUMBER BAG CAMPING SLEEPING BAG Set includes sleeping bag, duffle bag and flashlight Sleeping bag: 30 by 54 inches, polyester shell with poly-fiber fill, zipper closure along side and bottom Flashlight: 7.5 inches tall and takes two D size (1.5 V) batteries (not included) Duffle: Approximately 13 inches tall and […]

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My Hiking Trip to Glacier National Park

My Hiking Trip to Glacier National Park

| December 29, 2011 | Reply

My girlfriend and I are preparing to go on a hiking trip to Glacier National Park. We are going to do some camping along with staying at various small hotels and inns. I have been involved with doing some aerobic exercise my whole life, either by walking or biking. When I told my husband the […]

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Spiderman Camping Sleeping Bag

Spiderman Camping Sleeping Bag

| December 27, 2011 | Reply

Spiderman Camping Sleeping Bag Comfortable fabrics that are easy to clean Full length self repairing zipper TriloftII perfomance insulation Genuine licensed merchandise Great for sleepovers, watching tv or camping. List Price: $ 16.99 Price:

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Hiking Tips For Skiers

Hiking Tips For Skiers

| December 26, 2011 | 1 Reply

You may think that you’re just gliding along the smooth snow when you’re skiing, and I‘m almost inclined to agree with you. Skimming along the snowy ridges and curves of the mountainside almost feels like you’re effortlessly sailing, but this is just a misconception. Experienced skiers know that underneath the surface, your leg muscles and […]

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Hiking The Beautiful Kalalau Trail

Hiking The Beautiful Kalalau Trail

| December 24, 2011 | Reply

Want to get up, close and personal with Mother Nature? Grab a backpack and hit the trail. Want to experience natural wonders you’ve never seen before? Backpack the Kalalau Trail. If you’re a backpacker at heart, then your list of backpacking trips isn’t complete until you’ve conquered the Kalalau Trail. Beginning where the paved road […]

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Enjoy Camping With The Family

Enjoy Camping With The Family

| December 22, 2011 | Reply

Camping is probably one of the best ways for families to enjoy each other’s company away from the hassles and pressures of work and school. Of course it’s going to take a lot of careful planning and preparation, but every minute you’ll spend with your family will be worth the hard work. If you keep […]

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CUSCUS 6200ci 88L Internal Frame Hiking Camp Travel Backpack Gray

CUSCUS 6200ci 88L Internal Frame Hiking Camp Travel Backpack Gray

| December 20, 2011 | 2 Replies

CUSCUS 6200ci 88L Internal Frame Hiking Camp Travel Backpack Gray Easy access to main compartment via top and bottom. Adjustable padded shoulder straps, waist straps and chest straps stabilize the load. A separate sleeping bag compartment with detachable divider from main compartment with easy access. Heavily padded back panel, shoulder and waist straps. Extra strapping […]

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Choosing A Good Camping Bed

Choosing A Good Camping Bed

| December 20, 2011 | Reply

Camping is a great way to enjoy the outdoors. But, nothing will bring that good time to a halt faster than having to sleep on cold, lumpy ground. Being uncomfortable will hamper sleep and make everyone irritable and tired. Using good quality bedding however, will help make sleeping outdoors much more comfortable, allowing a good […]

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Emergency Mylar Survival Sleeping Bags – Pack of 4 Bags. SSB-4

Emergency Mylar Survival Sleeping Bags – Pack of 4 Bags. SSB-4

| December 18, 2011 | 2 Replies

Emergency Mylar Survival Sleeping Bags – Pack of 4 Bags. SSB-4 Made from Polyester/Mylar Pack of four(4) emergency sleeping bags. Also used as an emergency ground cover or as a reflector. Waterproof and windproof Bag size 84″ x 36″ – MADE IN THE USA Pack of four(4) emergency sleeping bags are made out of polyester. […]

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Choosing A Family Camping Tent

Choosing A Family Camping Tent

| December 17, 2011 | Reply

Many adults will say one of the most memorable parts of their childhood was the family’s camping trips. Camping is near and dear to a lot of peoples’ hearts whether the sleep out took place in the backyard or involved a more in depth planning and execution process. It makes sense that as those children […]

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Coleman Hooligan 3 Tent

Coleman Hooligan 3 Tent

| December 15, 2011 | 3 Replies

Coleman Hooligan 3 Tent Ideal tent for recreational campers and backpackers 3 person and 1 room tent, 2 pole dome structure, easy to transport and simple to set up 8-Feetx7-Feet footprint, 59-Inch center height, 1 door, control airflow with adjustable ventilation Window is accessible from tent’s interior, entire mesh inner tent provides maximum ventilation Limited […]

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Coleman Hooligan 2 Backpacking Tent

Coleman Hooligan 2 Backpacking Tent

| December 15, 2011 | 6 Replies

Coleman Hooligan 2 Backpacking Tent Lightweight, one-pole design tent for two campers Features a full-length rain fly with a large vestibule Coleman’s Weather Tec System will keep you dry in wet conditions A mesh inner tent offers maximum ventilation Easy to set up Great for first time backpacking/motorcycle camping/scouts. One pole design and full rainfly […]

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Camping   Getting To Love It

Camping Getting To Love It

| December 15, 2011 | Reply

In my family, we have camping lovers and camping haters. My husband, kids, and I love to go camping. My mother just stares at me every time I talk about an upcoming camping trip and asks why I want to leave my brand new home that has a brand new bed with a brand new […]

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Advice for Hikers and Hunters

Advice for Hikers and Hunters

| December 14, 2011 | 1 Reply

As brightly colored leaves dazzle the fall landscape, hikers and hunters nationwide will migrate to mountains, woods and fields, but many, unfortunately, are ill prepared for the beating their feet will take, warns the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS). “Hikers, hunters and others who love the outdoors often don’t realize how strenuous […]

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15 Awesome Camping Cooking Tips

15 Awesome Camping Cooking Tips

| December 13, 2011 | Reply

For some campers, camp cooking is one of the most exciting activities in a camping vacation. The thrill of putting up a menu of different sumptuous meals, of putting together ingredients, of smelling the sweet aroma of meat, seasonings and vegetables, and of seeing the satisfied look on your family after feasting on the dinner […]

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Wenzel Lakeside 40-Degree Sleeping Bag (Blue/Light Blue)

Wenzel Lakeside 40-Degree Sleeping Bag (Blue/Light Blue)

| December 13, 2011 | 3 Replies

Wenzel Lakeside 40-Degree Sleeping Bag (Blue/Light Blue) Mild weather sleeping bag with 40-degree Fahrenheit temperature rating Filled with 3-Pounds of hypoallergenic Insul-therm polyester fiberfill Offset quilt construction prevents bunching and reduces cold spots Soft polyester pongee liner, self-repairing zipper 2 Elastic straps for bundling, measures 75 x 33-Inch The Wenzel Lakeside forty degree rectangular sleeping […]

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Your Essential Camping Checklist

Your Essential Camping Checklist

| December 11, 2011 | Reply

For some campers who are stressed out by packing because they cannot distinguish what’s essential and what’s not, those that are tempted to bring the whole house just to make sure they have not forgotten anything, or are apprehensive about the thought that they missed putting something important on their checklist, here’s a helpful checklist […]

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Northstar Tactical Deluxe Hydration Carrier (Black)

Northstar Tactical Deluxe Hydration Carrier (Black)

| December 10, 2011 | 3 Replies

Northstar Tactical Deluxe Hydration Carrier (Black) Works with most hydration bladders Heavy Duty design can attach to a pack MOLLE universal strapping and 2 D RINGS Metal grommet drain with right or left hose exit. Easy to attache to most tactical equipment and is M.O.L.L.E compatible MOLLE Systems, MOdular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment. Northstar products come […]

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What You Need For Cold Weather Hiking

What You Need For Cold Weather Hiking

| December 9, 2011 | Reply

Hiking is one of the best ways for us to enjoy nature’s beauty. Each season has its own uniqueness, but most people miss out on winter because they feel unsafe or uncomfortable in such cold weather. Experienced hikers, however, collectively agree on one thing: That if you just dress appropriately and adhere to certain guidelines, […]

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Wenzel Conquest 25-Degree Sleeping Bag (Olive)

Wenzel Conquest 25-Degree Sleeping Bag (Olive)

| December 8, 2011 | 3 Replies

Wenzel Conquest 25-Degree Sleeping Bag (Olive) Roomy sleeping bag with 25-degree F temperature rating Filled with 5 pounds of hypoallergenic Insul-Therm polyester fiberfill Offset quilt construction prevents bunching and reduces cold spots Soft cotton flannel lining; self-repairing zipper 2 elastic straps for bundling; measures 81 x 38 inches An affordable and roomy three season sleeping […]

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