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Ross Sanner—Camping- A Lesson In Logistics

Camping: A Lesson In Logistics

Once the heat of summer has started to fade away, the fall provides a great backdrop for a camping trip. It’s warm, but not overbearing, and in the right place, vistas of autumn leaves can make for scenery that can’t be seen any other time of year. Pack a jacket and consider camping in the fall!   Of course, as… Read more →

On Family Camping—Ross Sanner

On Family Camping

As a new father, I’m excited for the day that I’ll be able to take my entire family camping. Camping can be a great, formative experience for children, giving them the opportunity to explore nature and let out some of their boundless energy. That said, I’ve known many adults that cite disastrous childhood camping trips as reasons for not enjoying… Read more →

Ross Sanner discusses some of the best camping gear.

Shifting Gear—Some of the Best Available Camping Gear

As an avid outdoorsman, I’ve scoured the Internet on a couple of occasions looking for the newest and sweetest gear for camping. Don’t get me wrong; they’re all interesting, but there’s certainly a number of useless camping novelties out there. For every innovative water filtration system, there’s an air mattress with built-in speakers. For every lightweight camp stove, there’s a… Read more →

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No Rime or Reason, Part 2: The U.S’s Best Parks for Winter Camping

This is part of a two-part series on winter camping. Additionally, I’ve written two additional blogs on the logistics of the subject, that can be found here and here. The wind howls. The snow falls. Winter may seem an inhospitable time of year, but between the storms, there are moments of stillness and peace that can be hard to find.… Read more →