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Paddling: From Ancient Times to the Modern Olympic Games

From fishing to recreational sport, paddling has been around for thousands of years. Historically, paddling was a way for cultures to survive—facilitating fishing, hunting, trade, and warfare. It even helped with exploration on sea voyages. Today, people use paddling to exercise, for enjoyment, to relieve...

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Things to Do with Dad on Father’s Day

We love dads, and we love going on adventures with them! Here are some ideas on how to spend some time in the great outdoors with Pops. Go cycling in Pennsylvania Remember the first time your dad helped you balance on your bike without training wheels? Relive...

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Hiking and Camping Down the Bourbon Trail

Kentucky is a state diverse in its tourism opportunities. From an outdoor perspective, the center of the state has numerous lakes where you can spend day after summer day cooling off from that hot Kentucky sun. Rugged and mountainous eastern Kentucky has its high points,...

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Best Kentucky Breweries for a Post-Paddle Drink

April showers bring prime May paddling opportunities. And if you’re paddling in the Bluegrass State, you have dozens of places to wet your paddle and then whet your brewery desire. Here are some great Kentucky paddling destinations, ranging from relaxing floats to whitewater runs, and where...

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Great Picks for Fall Paddling in Georgia

By: Suzanne Welander Even though autumn can be dry and lacking in rainfall, it’s a great time to get out on the water in Georgia. Here are my top picks for river sections that are enjoyable in the cooler weather. All of these river sections are...

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We Are Wildness 30 Day Challenge

Will you spend 30 minutes in Nature, for 30 days straight? We are Wildness (WAW), a hub site for information about wild living, nature, alternative lifestyles, natural diet and wellness, animals and sustainability, has extended this challenge to the world: to spend the month of October devoting...

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Kevin Revolinski Takes Us Down the Wisconsin River

Kevin Revolinski, prolific outdoor author and hiking/camping expert from Madison, WI, took today to paint an intimate portrait of the Wisconsin River, the state's longest river. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="420"] Courtesy[/caption] They say you never step in the same river twice. On the Wisconsin River it can also...

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