I've been caffeine-free since June 4.
After two weeks spent breaking earth and moving rocks in the shadow of Kit Carson Peak in Colorado, Joe Lavorini looked proud but weary.
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On a hot and misty July morning in the woods near Savage, several kids and adults screamed with joy as they flew past treetops on a zip line.
When the Wilderness Act passed in 1964, three areas in Washington were awarded the status. Fifty years later, the state has 31 wilderness areas totaling 4.5 million acres.
Athletes know the saying, 'You are what you eat.' Whether you're a serious athlete, or someone who enjoys going to the gym to work out, that applies to you.
If you're a dog owner, you've probably experienced that horrible feeling when your furry friend disappears from sight. Ruffwear's The Beacon safety light can help put your mind at ease, as its super-bright LED light keeps Fido visible even in low-light conditions.
Whole wheat foods are essential heart-healthy staples that keep us slim and satisfied, right? Maybe not. In fact, as new research emerges suggesting that a diet heavy in "healthy whole grains" can lead to weight gain and may not be so healthy after all, more and more dieters are kicking those plates of pancakes and bowls of pasta to the curb.
A gentle rain fell as we paddled our heavily laden canoes down the snaking little river choked with water lilies and water smartweed. Tamarack, bog and fragrant sedge grasses lined the edges.
If you haven't ridden this trail yet, you really have no excuse. It's cool at Bogus Basin, and this trail is suitable for most mountain bikers with intermediate bike-handling skills and reasonable fitness.
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