The Importance of Adventure Clothing

November 26, 2018

More than $887 billion were spent on outdoors-related recreation, according to a 2017 report from the Outdoor Industry Association. That’s right: billion, with a B. A sizable chunk of that spending was on apparel. Why? Because if you love the outdoors, you appreciate quality adventure clothing that both performs and keeps your comfortable, whether you’re […]

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4 Rock Climbing Destinations to Check Out in the Future

November 14, 2018

Climbers like the fall because the heat and humidity are gone. What’s more, the great climbing destinations in the United States usually come with great views as the leaves change color. While the trees are still colorful and the weather is still decent, here are some classic climbing areas around the U.S. you’ll want to […]

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Understanding Fire Ratings on Home Safes

October 20, 2018

Many people looking to protect valuables or lock up guns rank fire rating low on their list of buying considerations. But home fires cause roughly $6.7 billion of damage to property each year, according to the National Fire Protection Agency. NFPA also reports that at least one home fire occurs every 85 seconds. So maybe it’s […]

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Your Fly Fishing Suitcase Checklist

October 11, 2018

You’re headed to the sunny shorelines of Florida for a much-anticipated fly-fishing expedition, but first, you must stock up on a few essentials. As much as you need fishing gear, you’ll need a few things to combat the elements. Here is a checklist to prepare you for a successful and comfortable saltwater fly-fishing experience: Clothing: […]

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How to Pack a Cooler to Stay Cold Longer on Your Next Adventure

September 14, 2018

Keeping food and drinks cold during a camping trip can be a challenge, especially in the summer here in Florida. Nobody likes ice melt inside the cooler turning hot dog buns to mush. Follow these preparation and packing tips, and you’ll enjoy cold food and beverages for an entire weekend or much longer. Before you […]

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5 Outdoor Adventures To Go On This Summer

August 13, 2018

Many people love summer because that’s when they plan family vacations. But you don’t have to wait for extended time off from work to enjoy many of summer’s best hobbies and adventures. So before you let yourself settle into doing the same old summer activities you do every season, why not consider some new ones? […]

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Your Ape Index And Other Weird Measurements To Know When You Climb

July 16, 2018

Climbing requires you to pay attention to your gear. But gear is only one part of the climbing experience. Fitness, of course, is one area where you can make changes that affect your experience. But there are a couple other factors that you don’t have as much control over, yet they are important things to […]

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Easy Florida Fun: Shrimping

June 24, 2018

Water is a central feature of fun in Florida. Now throw in capturing some tasty eats, and you’re really ramping up the fun factor. One of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to put together fun and a feast around the water is shrimping. There are a variety ways to hunt and capture shrimp, but […]

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Paddle To The Metal: 3 Tips For Beginner Paddle Boarders

June 4, 2018

If you love being around, on or in the water, then you must try paddleboarding. Visit just about any body of water – ocean, bay, river or lake – and you’re likely to find someone on the water with little more than a paddle, a board and a PFD. Paddleboards provide a closer connection to […]

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2018 Disaster Prep Sales Tax Holiday – June 1-7, 2018

May 23, 2018

When Irma swept across Florida, were you prepared? Florida’s 2018 sales tax holiday on select disaster preparedness supplies runs from June 1 (the first day of hurricane season) until June 7. So as you prepare for the 2018 storm season, if you buy qualifying supplies you will not pay sales tax on those items. A detailed […]

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