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Food Finds, Local Hiking and Video Fun

March is here, and it might have been one of the wettest winters, but spring is (somewhat) showing up. At least that means we have been getting local hiking in, between rainstorms. On those days when school lets out early, or the weather is too iffy to go far, the local trail at the Arboretum… Continue reading Food Finds, Local Hiking and Video Fun

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Great Backpacking Recipes For Lunch To Keep You Going

Backpacking meals are fun to plan, but lunch can be the hardest. Stopping is hard to justify on long days. And eating too much can leave you looking for a nap, rather than going. It's too easy to eat a steady diet of energy bars, nuts, maybe gorp, dried fruit or even junky bags of… Continue reading Great Backpacking Recipes For Lunch To Keep You Going

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Five Incredible Backpacking Recipes To Get You Going In The Morning

Five Incredible Backpacking Recipes To Get You Going In The Morning!¬†Are you tired of instant oatmeal packets? Stale bagels? Want to bump up your breakfast, but not spend a ton of time cooking? 5 recipe you might not have tried! Carrot Cake In A Bowl Cheesy Bacon Grits Tropical Rice Breakfast Pudding PB & Banana… Continue reading Five Incredible Backpacking Recipes To Get You Going In The Morning

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Five Amazing High Protein Backpacking Recipes

Carbs are the reward for hiking for many, but sometimes you crave protein. A lot of it. While a steak might sound good, if you are many miles in, go for pouched or canned meat (freeze-dried works well also, however....pouched has a better texture in these). If you are zero into carbs, lose the tortillas/bread/etc… Continue reading Five Amazing High Protein Backpacking Recipes