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Rigs Of The Future

At the end of the day, I’m a sucker for a good home show. The ones that feature extensive remodels, the fix and flips, and whatever that show is where they buy entire islands for personal use. I will find any reason to wear my #DemoDay shirt. Lately, there has been a rash of TV…

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This Professional Photographer Lives In A 1965 Airstream

Photography has become more accessible to the public than ever before with the ability to carry cameras in our pockets. Thanks to digital photography, the art form is experiencing a golden age. Taking beautiful images has never been more popular with the ease of photo taking coupled with the popularity of instantly sharing these images…

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How To Guide For RV Renter Newbies

So, are you thinking about renting an RV for the first time but don’t know much about them? You have come to the right place. Renting an RV on Outdoorsy is easy, and operating an RV isn’t difficult either. That said, there are a number of basic things you will need to know to have a safe and fun trip in an RV. Let’s take a look.

Get To Know Renter Sergio Introna

Adventures and new experiences spawn creativity. Perhaps that’s why Sergio Introna and his girlfriend Meredith Martin set out on their Maine adventure over the summer, and perhaps it’s also why they were able to snap such amazing photographs along the way. In their day-to-day life, Sergio works a plumber and Meredith as a personal organizer,…

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Life On The Road: Cole Zuver

Cole Zuver spends his weekends in his trusty steed, a classic 1972 Volkswagen bus named Sunny, photographing some of the most scenic places along the West Coast. He chases sunrises and sunsets, and often brings his two daughters and husky along for the ride. Follow along for some serious travel inspiration @colezuver. Where are you…

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At One With The Wolves

Wildlife biologist Linda Thurston never intended to get into ecotourism. But, while working with Yellowstone National Park’s wolf reintroduction project in the mid-1990s, she met her future husband, fellow researcher Nathan Varley. Together, they realized that guide services were virtually nonexistent in the park, so they decided to fill the gap with Yellowstone Wolf Tracker. Today,…

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How To Get Over The Fear Of RV Camping In A Parking Lot

Sleeping in an RV is great. Why? Because you can literally sleep almost anywhere you park it. But if you’re new to RVing, you may be nervous about the idea of sleeping in a new, strange environment each night—not to mention new, occasionally strange people. The truth? We’ve all been there, and chances are, you’ll…

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Meet This Maker: Tony Smith Of Jarvis Boards

“Bro, you have sawdust all over your suit,” a colleague casually pointed out. The statement, though short and obvious, was life-altering for Tony Smith. Up to that moment in time, Smith was balancing a full-time job in finance with his passion for making wooden paddle boards. Monday through Friday was spent in the office, but…

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This Saturday Is National Public Lands Day

This Saturday, September 22 is National Public Lands Day. Observed each year on the fourth Saturday in September, National Public Lands Day is a chance to celebrate the incredible resources available to us in our public lands and to join together to help protect and preserve them for the future. The National Park Service and…

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Oktoberfest Celebrations Across America

Traveling across the country by RV has many great benefits. One perk is you get to take part in regional celebrations wherever you are on the road. This fall, why not enjoy a rousing oompah band and plenty of good beer at any one of the Oktoberfest events scattered across America? Even though the origins…

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