Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Gift Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts


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The Holiday Season has arrived and it’s time to find the perfect gift for everyone you’re shopping for. We found some items we’d like to add to our own wish lists and wanted to share these cool gift ideas to help you check off the Outdoor Enthusiasts on your shopping list. From Dutch Ovens to Inflatable Paddleboards, we think you’ll find the perfect gift idea to make your outdoorsman or outdoorsgirl happy!

Great gift Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts



  • Inflatable Lounger - Lightweight and portable, this lounger inflates when you toss it open and capture air inside. It can be taken anywhere and is made to be durable enough to be set up on almost any surface. No need to sit on picnic blankets when you can enjoy this versatile seating.



  • Pendleton National Park Candles - Love the outdoors but can’t get away? These candles have been created to capture the unique scents of various National Parks. Bring the outdoors home!

  • Marshmallow Trees - For kids of all ages who want to enjoy the sweet side of the campfire. Roast up to 10 marshmallows at a time and eliminate the wait for s’mores.


Finding the perfect gift is part of the joy of the season. We love the gift ideas above and would especially love to welcome you, your guests and your outdoor gear during the holiday season.

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Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Outdoor Activities for Fall

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When the weather changes from hot summer days to the cool days of fall, it’s the perfect time to seek out ways to get outside and enjoy the day. We’ve gathered some great ideas for outdoor activities for fall. Yes, you can enjoy these excursions anytime of the year, but there’s just no comparison to the Autumn season.

Outdoor Activity Ideas for Fall


Take a walk with your camera - The crisp air, changing foliage, and wildlife preparing for winter make for plenty to see and photograph when you get out and plan a walk along a local trail on a fall day. Whether you bring a field guide for identifying all you encounter, or simply want to get out into the changing environment, enjoying and photographing the highlights of the season is a great idea!

Plan a hike - Seek out your local trails and plan an excursion with friends. Not only will being outdoors in the seasonal air feel great, but hiking is a fantastic way to move ever closer to your fitness goals. Active.com offers some great tips for preparing.

Camping - We think camping is a great idea no matter what time of year it is, but the cooler, dryer weather during the fall means less bugs and less people. Stay warm and comfortable with cold weather hammock gear as suggested by eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com

Fly a kite - The blustery days make for perfect kite flying weather. Farmersalmanac.com suggests making your own from two long sticks, paper and string. Need instructions? We found this great pin for help.

Collect leaves, nuts and foliage - Whether you’re looking to decorate your home with signs of the season, or plan to guide your little ones in festive arts and crafts, it can be fun to collect some autumn color to bring home with you. Need ideas for how to preserve your collection? Redtedart.com offers 6 different ways to keep what you’ve collected looking beautiful. (SIX different ways!)

Fishing - Why not give fishing a try? A relaxing day in the fall sunshine can be even more enjoyable when you sit along the water in the hopes of your first catch. Active.com offers tips for the beginning fisher.

Ready to plan that camping trip? Take advantage of the “off” season and enjoy the outdoors with no crowds and our winter rates.

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559-897-2885