Okay, let's talk campfire lingo. Snap. Spark. Heat. Glow. Entertainment. S'mores. People-pleaser. Fires seem to be the mainstay of an evening sojourn in the woods. Done properly and with care, they can add to an evening. Who doesn't like to share tales ...

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"Blissful Hiking" - 5 new articles

  1. Campfire Talk
  2. Preventing Heat-Related Ilnesses while Backpacking and Hiking
  3. Bear Facts of the Trail
  4. Rain... Part of a Hiker's Life
  5. Be Inspired to Overcome Challenges and Hike!
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Campfire Talk

Okay, let's talk campfire lingo. Snap. Spark. Heat. Glow. Entertainment. S'mores. People-pleaser.Fires seem to be the mainstay of an evening sojourn in the woods. Done properly and with care, they can add to an evening. Who doesn't like to share tales around the embers? Or roast marshmellows? Or take the chill out of a cool evening?Unfortunately, more often than not, campfires are tools  

Preventing Heat-Related Ilnesses while Backpacking and Hiking

Reposting this after seeing an article about a hiker with failing organs due to sunstroke. Be careful out there, esp with the humidity also!!It’s the height of summer and time for great hikes. But it’salso time that heat-related illness can affect you while exerting yourself inhot temperatures.The two heat-related illnesses one needs to look out for areheat exhaustion and
    

Bear Facts of the Trail

I photographed this bear in a tree in Great Smoky Mountains National ParkAnd this bear up a tree in ShenandoahBears can be a hot topic in the hiker forums. After the recent events where a bear tore up a hiker's tent at a hut in Shenandoah National Park, it makes good sense to learn the facts when encountering these Bear damage to a tentanimals in the woods. Most bears are skiddish
    

Rain... Part of a Hiker's Life

Blissful in the fog of PA before descending down to PalmertonI felt like tonight I should blog about rain, since many hikers out this year are going to encounter rain. And not just any rain, but sometimes major events or even tropical systems later in the summer. There can be downpours and strong winds. Heavy stuff. There isn't much weather protection that can keep you and your gear dry in
    

Be Inspired to Overcome Challenges and Hike!


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