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  • Go Wild!

    Brian Johnson from Philosopher’s Notes presents an excellent review of the book, Go Wild by John Ratey and Richard Manning. in this YouTube video. The concepts interwoven throughout”Go Wild” reflect a...

    • August 14, 2015
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  • RESTORING PEACE: Six Ways Nature in Our Lives Can Reduce the Violence in Our World

    Note from Tambra: In a world that increasingly seeks to regulate methods to combat violence in our world, there are far more effective approaches that have yet to be...

    • August 14, 2015
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  • What? Surfing With a Motorcycle?

    Ok, this is a little bit “out there” for Cross Adventuring, but hey, we haven’t seen a video this cool in a long time, and this guy spent a...

    • August 5, 2015
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  • Windsurfing: Not Just For Thrill-Seekers!

    When most folks think of windsurfing, they envision hotdog 20-something athletic guys getting big air off the lip of a wave, or a helmeted adrenaline junkie skimming across a choppy bay at...

    • July 31, 2015
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  • Safety-Shaming and the New Culture of Fear

    In the name of safety, have we totally forgotten an entire set of skills? Most everyone by now has heard, seen, or read the memes and nostalgic quips. They...

    • July 22, 2015
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  • Sharks! What’s a Mom Supposed to do?!

    So last week in the middle of several shark “attacks/incidents” along the Hatteras/Okracoke, NC coastline we decided to go ahead and enjoy our adventures in the ocean anyways. At...

    • July 20, 2015
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  • Gear Review: Ricoh WG-M1 Action Cam

    In the world of action cams, it would appear that GoPro pretty much rules the roost. There is no doubt that GoPro is the most prevalent, with the most...

    • July 1, 2015
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  • Hiking With a Purpose: Geocaching!

    Are you an outdoor lover with a bit of computer geek hidden somewhere deep within the recesses of your soul? Then geocaching may be just the thing for you....

    • June 27, 2015
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  • The Emerald Path

    There is an emerald path winding through the woods in Cook Forest State Park. Due to a wetter-than-normal summer, this wheelchair-accessible asphalt nature trail has become a perfect habitat...

    • June 24, 2015
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  • “Pennsylvania is the BEST State in America for Turning Old Rails Into Trails”

    Just wanted to make sure and share this exciting article from The Washington Post:   For more than 20 years, hikers have struck out on June’s first Saturday to...

    • June 12, 2015
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