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What water sport would be easier for a beginner to pick up between Canoeing or Kayaking.
Is canoeing easier than kayaking or would you rate them about the same in terms of difficulty level, cost of equipment, and so on?
Are there things I should pay particular attention to if I were to take up...
Sand surfing, also known as sandboarding, requires balance like surfing, skateboarding, and other board sports.
Has anyone here ever tried it?
Does it require a special type of clothing as I would imagine the hot sand wouldn’t feel good on the skin?
What places have you gone to sand surf?
We had a fast and furious storm recently that caused a massive power outage and plenty of damage. Thankfully I was not out walking and stayed safe.
Even though I know the rules like getting off the high ground, getting to a low-lying open space, squatting/crouching near thick growths, etc, I...
I only recently heard the word glamping. It is supposed to be a 'form' of camping that brings amenities to the outdoors.
But I think that defeats the whole purpose of being out in nature and experiencing the outdoors. It would take away from the experience in my opinion.
Have you ever been glamping?
I always pack my water and drinks first before anything else.
But if that ever happened and I forgot my water, I would turn back right away (hoping I discovered it before I had gone too far!)
Dehydration on the trail would be a terrible thing.
-Camping on the open durable ground instead of trampling existing vegetation.
-Traveling along already existing trails.
-And of course, picking up and taking back with you everything you bring(reusable is better)
No, I have never been ice fishing. I have seen it done and it looks like lots of fun.
My main reason for not trying it is a fear of the ice cracking and falling in(even though I know that's not likely ever going to happen).
I haven't done much hiking, but for sure it would be good to know some first aid.
I am also curious to know when hiking deep in the woods what to do in an emergency if I am injured and lose cell service.