Best Slowpitch Softball Bats – Helpful Guide from Experts

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Are you worried that you are lagging behind in top slowpitch softball bats 2016 because all your competitors can easily outdo you with no effort at all? Are you putting in hours of practice and yet you cannot seem to be able to match up to their game plan? Have you considered that all this…


Get the best electric scooter for your kids at an affordable price

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One of the best feelings can be described when an adult driving the best electric scooter offered by Bill Electric Scooter. It really feels nice to be a kid again and roam from one spot to another without any worries. It is like setting you free and enjoying the life. In every way, it is…


Camping in Kiwiland: tag along on an RV trip of a lifetime from one end of New Zealand’s North Island to the other (p1)

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Kiwiland Camp: Part {1} {2} {3} {4} {5} {6} In The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings film adaptations, New Zealand is Middle-Earth, site of fantasy and mystery, where creatures like hobbits, trolls, wizards and dragons roam. In reality, this island nation is renowned for adrenaline-fueled adventure. That’s why we decided to fly a…


Outings for insiders: a virtual outdoors (p2)

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Outings for insiders: a virtual outdoors (p1) Somehow I don’t think my idea will sell. I don’t think everyone wants to be an environmentalist. Being part of the environment is hard work, at least for humans. Berry bushes and finches can get along without much thinking and planning, but we upright hominids, thanks to our…


Outings for insiders: a virtual outdoors (p1)

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Bill Gates and Steven Spielberg should create a perfect virtual outdoors so that society would not have to keep worrying about preserving the natural world. A unique definition of an environmentalist is presented. IT IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE THESE DAYS TO GO BERRY-PICKING or fishing or hiking or wood-cutting or biking or skiing or boating or…


Eating well in the wild: it’s not as difficult as you think to eat well on a camping trip (p1)

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Beside preparing a very best family tent and camping gear, car campers and backpackers should bring plenty of staples such as beans, grains and spices along to make healthy, delicious meals. Practical tips on how to prepare food and equipment for a┬ácamping trip are presented along with several recipes such as apricot couscous and sweet…


Camping in Kiwiland: tag along on an RV trip of a lifetime from one end of New Zealand’s North Island to the other (p6)

Posted on August 12, 2015 By

Kiwiland Camp: Part {1} {2} {3} {4} {5} {6} Next we head to Hawke’s Bay, a two-and-a-half hour drive through golden hills ribbed with conifers. We’re more comfortable driving on the left and navigating roundabouts now, and we make good time. We arrive in Napier and check into our grassy, shady site at Kennedy Park…


Camping in Kiwiland: tag along on an RV trip of a lifetime from one end of New Zealand’s North Island to the other (p5)

Posted on August 11, 2015 By

Kiwiland Camp: Part {1} {2} {3} {4} {5} {6} The next morning, we’re back on the adrenaline trail with a half-day white-water raft trip with Tongariro River Rafting. The Tongariro River is renowned for trout fishing, but it’s also famous for 64 thrilling Class III rapids. Dressed head-to-toe in neoprene, we join two women from…


Eating well in the wild: it’s not as difficult as you think to eat well on a camping trip (p3)

Posted on August 11, 2015 By

Return to part 2 Apricot Couscous Couscous is the perfect camping food. Made from tiny grains of semolina wheat pasta, it requires nothing more than being reconstituted with boiling water or fruit juice. In this recipe, a bit of dried fruit enlivens this simple, grain and the scallions add punch. Backpackers might want to substitute…


Eating well in the wild: it’s not as difficult as you think to eat well on a camping trip (p2)

Posted on August 11, 2015 By

Return to part 1 You’ll get very hungry, so make lots of food. It doesn’t have to be a gourmet feast, however. No matter how you put things together, everything will taste wonderful. Double recipes if you can and set aside leftovers in the cooler for tomorrow’s hike. Trail mix, made from any combination of…